Snowmobile Trail Report Maine



Trail Report, 2016

Oct 31, 2016 | 1:24 pm

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Grooming Report: Twin Pine Snowmobile Club

Date Trail Groomed Trail Conditions
Mar 24, 2016 Central Street Millinocket
Mar 24, 2016 Wild Kingdom Trail
Mar 24, 2016 Pole Line (ITS 85/86) from Millinocket to Millinocket Lake
Mar 24, 2016 Groomed 85-86 from the Timber Cruisers to Whetstone and Stacyville Rd.
Mar 24, 2016 South Twin Connector
Mar 24, 2016 Abol Trail Groomed this year by Twin Pines Snowmobile Club
Mar 24, 2016 ITS 85/86 to Whitehouse Landing side of rockpile
Mar 24, 2016 Stratton Trail
Mar 24, 2016 Whetstone & Stratton Connector Trail
Mar 24, 2016 85-86 Staceyville Rd to Whetstone

Grooming Report: East Branch Sno-Rovers

Date Trail Groomed Trail Conditions
Mar 24, 2016 ITS83 South - Clubhouse to Cedar Lake, Endless and South Twin
Mar 24, 2016 East Millinocket Local Trails
Mar 24, 2016 SNO-ROVERS N-Whetstone Area
Mar 24, 2016 109 South

Grooming Report: Jo-Mary Riders

Date Trail Groomed Trail Conditions
Mar 24, 2016 112 Connector
Mar 24, 2016 109 North
Mar 24, 2016 Gauntlet Falls Club Trail and Greenwood Mtn
Mar 24, 2016 Black Pond Trail
Mar 24, 2016 Fire Tower Trail
Mar 24, 2016 Ragged Mountain Trail
Mar 24, 2016 #111 Connector & Wildwoods Trail
Mar 24, 2016 P.P. X-over
Mar 24, 2016 109 Connector
Mar 24, 2016 Parkway Trail

Grooming Report: Bowlin Matagamon Shin Pond Area

Date Trail Groomed Trail Conditions
Mar 24, 2016 Bowlin - Matagamon - Shin Pond area
Mar 24, 2016 ITS 85 into 114
The Twin Pine Snowmobile Club has a fleet of 250 horsepower BR 400 Bombardier diesel groomers (used by major ski resorts) and a dedicated staff of snowmobile trail groomers. The Club makes sure over 130 miles of Maine snowmobile trails in the Katahdin region of Northern Maine are groomed as often as the weather and conditions allow. The Map of Maine's Interconnected Trail System (ITS) is provided to snowmobilers through the joint effort of the Maine Snowmobile Association and the Snowmobile Division of the Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands, Department of Conservation under the direction of the MSA Trails Committee. The trails themselves are created through the efforts of the snowmobile clubs, the Snowmobile Division, local municipalities, supporting businesses and the many landowners throughout the state of Maine who generously allow access to sledders.
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