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Trailblazer and I both have March break off from work this year, and were originally hoping to do a North trip to get in some riding. Well, finances didn't cooperate[V].

As it turns out, we have some GREAT riding happening right here at home![:D] Went out yesterday and put on 200km. There had to be at least a foot of powder on the trails by St. Mary's. Things were a little "crusty" from the door at Trailblazer's due to some rain that froze, but half an hour away things couldn't be better.

Thanks Mother Nature![8)]
 

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Jacqui where do you ride, is there a website with map etc for where you ride.... Right now I only ride at the cottage, and I'm thinking next year I might wanna try and ride around here too... I live in Burlington...
 

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I couldn't find anything online, but Trailblazer's club (and others in District 5) have really good maps done up this year; they show all the cross-roads as well as the trails. They're selling for $2 through all the clubs in the district. If you PM Trailblazer he can probably hook you up with one.

We rode yesterday from Beachville to St. Mary's. We've also trailered to the Science Hill Drifters trails from St. Mary's and rode north. If you want to get out this week, they still have LOTS of snow![:D] We just got back from another ride tonight!
 

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SledHead : send me your address and I'll mail you a District 5 Map courtesy of the Science Hill Drifters S/C . ([email protected])
This season might be over but you can still use it next year . Also our trail map is on our web page at : http://www.sciencehilldrifters.com/ or the map is http://www.sciencehilldrifters.com/map.htm
I used to have maps on the site of a couple other clubs but needed the space on my server for other things.

Was out yesterday too, for the last 112 miles this year, trails were getting pretty slushy but no bare spots yet. Sure don't need a big heavy suit on, was riding with my coat wide open and no gloves . I suspect today will be the last for around here, the base might hold up in most areas but it's flooding in low areas that will shut us down. It's been a great year around here we opened on Jan 16 and never had a melt down that we needed to close the trails . Over 600 hours of grooming this year too.
SledHead: Next year come on up this way we have lots of parking available and the trails heading north from here are usually in great shape, no need to head north when there is snow here.
 

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Originally posted by IndySKS
[br]SledHead : send me your address and I'll mail you a District 5 Map courtesy of the Science Hill Drifters S/C . ([email protected])
This season might be over but you can still use it next year . Also our trail map is on our web page at : http://www.sciencehilldrifters.com/ or the map is http://www.sciencehilldrifters.com/map.htm
I used to have maps on the site of a couple other clubs but needed the space on my server for other things.

Was out yesterday too, for the last 112 miles this year, trails were getting pretty slushy but no bare spots yet. Sure don't need a big heavy suit on, was riding with my coat wide open and no gloves . I suspect today will be the last for around here, the base might hold up in most areas but it's flooding in low areas that will shut us down. It's been a great year around here we opened on Jan 16 and never had a melt down that we needed to close the trails . Over 600 hours of grooming this year too.
SledHead: Next year come on up this way we have lots of parking available and the trails heading north from here are usually in great shape, no need to head north when there is snow here.

Check your PM'S
 
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