05:00 AM - January 19, 2021
Looks like things are getting close to normal regarding snowmobiling, but we still have a long way to go provincially. Clubs in the Bathurst vicinity are grooming the recent snowfall of 30 cm. Jacquet river Club did the 24 and other local trails, the Chaleur club did the 19 through to Island Lake and the Dalhousie club did the 22 to Island Lake. The Park Groomer was down from the park to Serpentine and down the 58 to smith forks also up on the new Chistmas Mountain Trail “North Pole”. Our club connected the Trail 19 from Bass River to Atlantic Hos then Back out to Nepisiguit, also Nepisiguit to Rogers Lake and the California Loop. Both the #1 & 2 groomers will run 24-7 until we get most trails groomed. Some sections of 19 are going to be deemed “doable “ from the Host and East Bathurst. (Note: had to clean up on about 20 large windfalls on the way to the Host yesterday. We have some good cold weather coming in the next few days. See map below for trails groomed so far. The ones not groomed midst of the green should be good to use. Also note that sleds are crossing the headpond at the Nepisiguit Lodge.
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Rogers Lake Lodge