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Weather forecasts, snow depth reports, web cams and other info helpful to snowmobilers in Maine are available courtesy of the following web sites:


FORECAST: National Weather Service/Caribou, Maine

FORECAST: National Weather Service/Portland & Gray, Maine



Northern Outdoors (The Forks)

Lake Parlin Lodge (Parlin Pond Twp)

Kokadjo Roach Riders SC (Kokadjo-Roach Pond)

Northwoods Outfitters (Moosehead)

East Cove, Moosehead Lake - Greenville

The Birches - Rockwood

Twin Pine Camps (Katahdin area)

Twin Pine Camps (Katahdin view)

5 Lakes Lodge (Katahdin area)

OUR LANDOWNERS: Please respect all landowners wishes while riding. Snowmobilers in Maine are the guests of Maine landowners who allow access. It is every snowmobiler's responsibility to protect that access by acting responsibly.

STAY OFF PLOWED ROADS: Snowmobilers who illegally snowmobile on plowed paper company roads threaten access for everyone,
and endanger themselves and the employees operating vehicles on those roads. Do not ride on these plowed roads, and do not park your vehicles and trailers on these roads.

STAY OFF THE BLUEBERRY BARRENS AND OTHER CROPLAND: Snowmobilers who illegally ride on blueberry barrens or other cropland are creating problems for the landowners, potential damage to their crops and threatening recreational access for everyone. Stay on marked trails.

BORDER CROSSINGS: Increased concern and security at our borders calls for strict attention to the law. For information about crossing our border with Canada, see the Border Guide supplied by the United States Border Patrol. (.pdf format, viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader - a free download ).

ATVs and other motorized vehicles: It is against the law to operate an ATV (or a dune buggy, 4 wheel drive vehicle, motorcycle or any other motor vehicle) on a snowmobile trail funded by the Club/Municipal grant program at any time of the year, unless the landowners have granted permission to do so.

WHEN CROSSING RAILROAD TRACKS be careful not to spin snow onto the tracks. Over time this snow builds up creating a ramping effect that has caused train derailment. These rail lines are privately owned and can be closed, which would fracture the trail system. Stop and look both ways at all railroad crossings.

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Snowmobile Trail Conditions Path left behind the Chapman groomer Trail 74
Trail Reports are provided to the public courtesy of the members of the Maine Snowmobile Association. Reports are accepted from MSA family and business members, groomers/projects. Please include your name and the name of your MSA club when submitting the report.

If you post trail conditions on your MSA club or supporting business web site and wish to have your updates posted and linked from this page, drop us an email with your request. Please let us know when the report on your site has been updated.

Reports reflect observations of MSA family and business members who clear, sign, groom and ride the trails of Maine. Local chambers of commerce, businesses and snowmobile clubs are a good source for additional information on trails in their area.

Photo by Sue Maynard - The groomed trail left behind by the drag - Chapman Ridge Runners, Trail #74.


Benedicta:2/14: "Hey Gang, With 15-18" of new White Gold, we are setting real pretty for the upcoming weekend. All Snowgang trails are groomed, and conditions are as follows::
ITS#83 - Sherman/Whetstone Falls - Groomed, with good/excellent conditions!!
ITS#81 - Sherman/Benedicta/Mattawamkeag Cutoff - Groomed,with excellent conditions!!
All Snowgang club trails are groomed, with good/excellent conditions!!
NOTE:: Deer & moose using ALL trails to get around. Remember, no chasing or harassing, they are having a really hard time right now with all this new snow!!
NOTE:: Please be aware that groomers may be on the trails 24/7 for the next 2-3 days getting everything knocked down and back in shape!!
NOTE :: Mattawamkeag Roadrunners have groomed to meet us on ITS#81!!"- Jim Splan, Reporter at large Benedicta Snowgang

Aroostook County:2/14: NOTE: Please view the full report with more area details and social events at the Caribou Rec web site.
Soldier Pond is reporting that their system is all done and are reporting great conditions.
Washburn is reporting their trails will be in great condition for the weekend. Trail 61 is not open as there is a logging operation now. There is going to be a logging operation in the Blackstone area which is trail 105 and the logging has begun so sledders please stop at the Blackstone intersection where the Nordic Lakers meet Washburn.
Saint Francis is reporting that they have been over their entire system.
Portage Lakers have been over their sections and are reporting good conditions. There will be a heavy logging presence on ITS 85 near the Hewe's Brook area, please use caution in this area as the trucks will be hauling.
Caribou is reporting that their system is in good shape and will be grooming over the weekend.
Fort Kent is reporting that they their system is in good shape.
Eagle Lake is reporting good conditions. There will be a reroute on ITS 85S after the Birch River near mile 8 due to logging, this will be in effect on Sunday and will last a few weeks. Please watch for signs.
Fort Fairfield is reporting that they will be out packing and grooming. Central Aroostook Snowmobile club is reporting that they will out on Thursday and will have everything done by weekend.
Ashland is reporting that they will be out Thursday and throughout the weekend. Watch for a newly plowed road on 71A it is signed. There is still a lot of deer on ITS 85 between Ashland and Portage.
Allagash is reporting that their trails are in good shape and will be out all weekend. There will be a reroute on 120, it is marked so please use caution. The first 2 miles of Fall brook are plowed, and logging is still occurring, this trail is closed during the week and reopened for the weekend. Deer in Allagash
Frenchville is reporting that their system is in great shape.
Red Arrow is reporting good conditions and they are reporting busy trails.
Chapman Ridge Runners are reporting that they are grooming, and it will be great riding, Trail 105 South is now open.
Aroostook River Snowmobile club is reporting that 105 has been groomed to Washburn. ITS 88 is groomed east of 105 to behind Chandler Farms. They were not able to get up over Haines hill due to Icey conditions, they will let snowmobiles pack it down and will get that area on Friday. 83A is groomed from 88 to Hanson Lake and the Presque Isle turnaround. 76 is groomed to where they meet Chapman. By the weekend they will have everything done.
Easton is reporting they have been over their system with the roller and will be grooming Thursday night.
Madawaska is reporting good conditions.
Grand Isle is reporting good conditions.
Presque Isle Snowmobile club is reporting good conditions
Van Buren is reporting that they will be at it all weekend
Caswell is reporting that they are in good shape. Trail 100 to trail 94 remains closed. Trail 102 to trail 89 in the Connor area is now open. Please use caution as they are going through a logging operation. Logging operation on trail 81A please use caution.
Limestone is reporting good conditions.
Shin Pond is reporting... the groomer went out. ITS114N, ITS85S and 71D up onto Cunningham lookout and 85N to our turn. We will also be out of Shin Pond doing Club Trails 64, Katahdin View off from 64 and Roberts Mountain Lookout.
Benedicta SnowGangITS#83 - Sherman/Whetstone Falls - Groomed, with good/excellent conditions!!ITS#81 - Sherman/Benedicta/Mattawamkeag Cutoff - Groomed, with excellent conditions!! NOTE: Mattawamkeag Roadrunners have groomed to meet us on ITS #81!
Rockabema in Patten has been on ITS81 around Upper Shin and up to where they meet Oxbow. Libby's groomer had been out to meet Shin Pond and ITS114 and ITS85S t is groomed to Whetstone.
Matagamon has ITS85S from Whetstone to where they meet us at junction of ITS114 and ITS85. The groomer is planning to do ITS85N to 71D and the Huber Road on Thursday for the weekend.
Oxbow Masardis has been out on ITS 85 and 86 and are reporting good conditions. East Grand Snowmobile Club is reporting that trail 7 to Greenland Cove and Witcha Brook are groomed, as well 105. They are reporting good conditions.
The Meduxnekeag Ramblers are out today grooming the Rail bed (ITS83). Friday will be ITS 86 to St Croix and Saturday ITS86 and ITS105 along the border near Houlton will be completed.
The Molunkus Valley Snow Drifters ITS83, 3 and the Bible Point Trail are in excellent shape.
Linneus Sno-sports is all good. ITS105 and 61b will be completed by the end of the day. They groomed through yesterday's storm and report excellent conditions. "- Gary Marquis, Caribou Parks and Rec

Mars Hill:1/30 :"Our trail system has all been gone over in the past few days with only a few areas of concern from last week's rain. We are getting a few inches of snow today that should help cover those areas once we groom for the upcoming weekend.
ITS 83 from Monticello to Presque Isle is in excellent shape.
ITS 81 from Mars Hill to Easton is in excellent shape with one area in a field that had some water come to the surface. It should be frozen now and covered with snow.
ITS 81 from Mars Hill to T10R3 Rte 70A intersection is in good shape.
Rte 70A and the #9 Lake trails are both in good shape.
Ride Safe and Keep Right. We are seeing field marker stakes that are being hit by snowmobiles and broken off. People that hit these are clearly not in control of their snowmobiles unless they are doing it on purpose. We would ask people to be more careful."" - Nick Bailey, Central Aroostook SC

Oxbow-Masardis:: Oxbow-Masardis SC

St John Valley/ExtremeNorthern Maine ::


Katahdin Region:2/15: "Twin Pines Snowmobile Club Update - Millinocket and Katahdin Region: We received a foot of snow this Wednesday, groomers have been out and will be out all this week. The area is looking beautiful and people are riding hundreds of miles each day. Traffic will be up in the region this weekend as we are heading into vacation week so please make sure you Ride Right and Ride Safe, See You On the Trails.
85/86 - Stacyville rd to Whetstone groomed 2/13, good condition
85/86 Pole Line groomed 2/13, good condition
85/86 Penobscot Pond via Grant Brook groomed 2/13, good condition
85/86 - State Rd to Abol, Hurd Pond groomed 2/13, good condition
112 Connector - Logan Pond groomed 2/13, good condition
112 Connector - Stratton Trail groomed 2/11, good condition
Wild Kingdom groomed 2/02, good condition
Jerry Pond to Hotels groomed 2/13, good condition
South Twin Connector from Millinocket Bandstand to Penobscot River Brownville Rd, groomed 2/13, good condition
Central St to Katahdin Inn groomed 2/13, good condition
River Driver's Restaurant is open from 7am to 9pm for breakfast, Lunch and Dinner and we have gas for sled and lodging onsite.River Driver's Restaurant,

Jo Mary Riders Update:2/13: "Jo Mary Riders Update: We received a foot of fresh powder Wednesday! Wednesday night we groomed: the 111, B Pond, 109, 109 to 111 X-over (low side), "Downtown", Parkway, Scenic Loop and Russell Point. Plans were for grooming again Thursday Night"

Parking Locations in the Katahdin Region: Northern Timber Cruisers just outside Millinocket on the Lake Road; by the North Woods Trading Post between Ambajejus and Millinocket Lake and at the River Driver's Parking Lot on Millinocket Lake.
Snowmobile maps are here! Find a pdf link here:

Mattawamkeag:2/6: "As of 2/6 all trails are open again, riders beware of icy conditions." - N Peters, Mattawamkeag Roadrunners

Patten:2/1:"ITS112, Connector 283, ITS81 & Club 64 as well as the in town trails are ready for the weekend! Club 62 is not open this year due to active logging and plowed road of 9.5 miles." Rockabema Snow Rangers

Bowlin Matagamon Shin Pond area :: Shin Pond Village Facebook page,


NOTICE:1/18: Information shared by Game Warden Robert Johansen: " Currently there is no trail open to snowmobiles between Chesuncook Lake and Chamberlain Lake/Trains. Logging operations/plowed roads in the area have closed the normal routes available in past years. Plowed roads have been posted no snowmobiling as of today. Alternate routes are being worked on, when something opens up I will update you all. Please pass this along to anyone you come in contact with that is "Headed for the trains" from the Moosehead/Millinocket areas."

Rockwood:2/12: Blue Ridge Riders web site reports: "Looks like 12-14 inches of snow is coming tonight & tomorrow. We are trying to get the groomers out early tomorrow morning to pack the snow but some of our operators have day jobs so that makes it difficult some times. We plan on being out Thursday, Friday and Saturday to keep RT 66 flat and smooth. In town is in good shape and this snow will just make it better. Please ride safe and slow down in busy areas, we are having way to many accidents this year. Please use some common sense, stop at ALL crossings , and intersections , look before entering any trail , know what is behind you before making any sudden maneuvers. Remember it is someone's wife & kids out there , we want you to have a great ride and come back safe! Remember support the businesses that support YOUR sport. Join our club , we need your support. Enjoy!" Blue Ridge Riders snowmobile club, Facebook page

Greenville:2/10: Moosehead Riders SC Facebook page reports :"We're sending out four groomers tonight on ITS85S, 86W, 85N to B52, and the 110 connector. Last week's rain did a number on 85N between the Prong Pond area and Lily Bay so we're holding off on that until Wednesdays storm. Looks like another possible 12"."

Rockwood :2/10: From the The Birches Resort website: "Big storm coming Wednesday. The lake trail from The Birches to Mt Kineo is marked. We have a good snow base snow on all trails.
Trails have been groomed. Some conditions are icy. Watch the corners.
Reserve your accommodations and sled rentals now for the winter season.
We have several new snowmobiles in our fleet. We will have our three Birches Groomers out as needed to keep conditions top notch, making the riding in the Rockwood area the best ever" Facebook Page

Shirley:2/3 : "We have continued to have a storm a week and a dusting almost every day so our snow pack is really super! We are grooming the By-Pass regularly, but our main groomer is on vacation this coming week and the track truck is still not in operation.Therefore grooming is spotty. All trails are open with lots of snow. If you use the By-Pass around Baker's Sap Lines there are water holes and morals but passable. Please remember to respect landowners and stay on the trails." - Debi, Shirley Bog Trail Busters, Facebook page

Kokadjo:2/1: Kokadjo Roach Riders web site reports "After a couple weeks of problems and major expenses with the groomer we are back running and getting the trails back in shape. The snow is great and the trails are coming together nicely." View club web site for reports on individual trails.


Jackman-Moose River:2/15: "What really is there to say! Trails are in fantastic condition. With the amount of people riding this weekend through the week, PLEASE USE CAUTION and respect the trails and others. Come on up! RIDE SAFE!" - from the Jackman Moose River Region Chamber of Commerce web site Visit site for reports of individual trails.

The Forks:2/14:"Tuesday/Wednesday's storm dumped another 10" of snow on our trail system. Our groomers are out regularly keeping things in good condition. Overall our trails are in very good shape.
ITS 86 east towards Greenville - intown has good snow cover but, because of heavy traffic, gets beat up quickly. Once out of town just 1 mile, things improve. Power Line section at Moxie Pond is fine. Great riding all the way to the ITS 88 intersection.
Kennebec River Trail - good snow all the way through from town to Northern Outdoors.
Bald Mountain Trail - plenty of snow with good riding. This trail connects to the Bingham Windmill Trail, as well as the Breakneck Ridge Trail.
ITS 87 south towards Bingham - in fine shape. Great cruising all the way with some nice views of Sugarloaf Mtn and the Bigelow Range. This trail, when combined with the Windmill Trail and Bald Mtn Trail, makes a nice 60 mile loop.
Pleasant Pond Trail - will not be opened this season, due to a winter long logging operation. Several miles of plowed roads.
Caratunk Spur - open and in good shape.
With the deep snowpack, there are a lot of animals using the trails at all times of day and night to get around, particularly deer. Be careful out there." - Jim Yearwood, Forks Area Trails Club. Northern Outdoors, Facebook page
For day riders, there is a FREE PARK & RIDE LOT at Northern Outdoors on Route 201. The lot is large, well plowed and has plenty of room for trailers. Groomed access to all trails. The lot is marked with a large sign on Route 201. Trail maps, 91 octane ethanol-free gas, and food are available at Northern Outdoors. **PLEASE NOTE: gas is CASH ONLY and available from 9:00am-5:00pm**

West Forks, Parlin Pond:2/14: Coburn Summit Riders web site reports "This winter continues to impress with about another foot of snow on our trail system. We sent groomers yesterday and have most of the trails groomed out. We had some issues with one of our machines and had to turn around so we'll be back out this morning to finish up. ITS 87 from the power lines north to the intersection of ITS 88 is what hasn't been groomed. If you're riding this section this morning, please watch out for us as we'll be out finishing it up. More snow on the way tomorrow will set us up for the best conditions we've seen in quite awhile going into vacation week. Don't forget to make plans to join us next Saturday, the 23rd, for our annual Poker Run. It's always a great time!"- Joe

Jackman:2/14: Bishop's Motel web site reports "We received about 14 inches of snow in the last 48 hours! The groomers went out last night and going out again tonight. The trails are is super condition. Now is the time to make your reservations! Jackman is waiting for you!
CLUB TRAIL TO BORDER RIDERS. -Now open and in good condition!
Rockwood: good to very goodll" See more info and lodging information at web site linked above

Solon:2/14: "87 and 113 groomed and in great shape! Ride safe." - SSH View reports on individual trails at Solon Snow Hawks, Facebook page

Jackman:2/12: Border Riders Sportsman Club web site reports " All trails should be in very good condition." View detailed trail by trail reports at club website linked above

Madison:2/11: Abnaki Sno-Riders Facebook page reports "Jeff is headed out to do so panning with the piston Bully so if your out on its 87 keep right ride safe and give him a thumbs up.!!!!! Trailmaster"

Anson-North Anson:2/10: " Half a mile of ITS 84 on the west side of the Clark Road in North Anson was plowed on Saturday. Use caution while traveling this section. After Wednesdays storm we will attempt to groom an area on the side for sled traffic
ITS 84 rail bed is currently being groomed. All of ITS 84 is in excellent condition with the the exception of the plowed area. Some pallets were placed in a water problem area on the club trail going to New Vineyard. Anson - Starks trail and Sandy River trail were both recently groomed." - Mike, Anson-North Anson SC

Bingham: : Gateway Recreation & Lodging

Bingham:: North Country Rivers web site, Facebook page


Bethel-Greenwood-Woodstock:2/15: From the Greenstock Snowsports Facebook page ""Trail Update- Chet groomed from Albany base to Rabbit Rd and Albany loop mountain trail last night with addition of more signage! Albany base to Crocker Pond will be done tonight. The bridge to West Paris tie is out of commission but a detrour has been established watch for signage. Thank you guys!
FYI - It has been brought to our attention that snowmobilers have been coming across pedestrians walking their dogs on the groomed snowmobile trails. While some landowners permit it some don't. If you are using the trails for something other than snowmobiling make sure you are getting the landowners permission. And please beaware that you are on a marked snowmobile trail and you can hear them coming but they cannot hear you. If you hear sleds coming please step to the side for your safety and theirs and snowmobilers be respectful and slow down when approaching people or animals. Our trails are narrow and twisty so lets try to keep everyone safe and have fun.!"

Hebron:2/14: "Hebron and Buckfield trails are all open, groomed with a great base and lots of fresh snow. Over 10" fell Wednesday! Use caution on ITS89 there are Dog Mushers on the RR bed between Storekeepers and Buckfield daily. As always Ten Town Trail Maps, gas, food and bathroom are available at The Storekeepers who anxiously a wait your arrival! FMI: 207-754-1675. Please note: The Storekeepers is closed on MONDAY (unless on a Holiday). A big thank you to all the volunteers whose commitment to the clubs provides us all with the trail systems we enjoy using every Winter season! Support the sport!" - B. Francis, Bouncing Bogies SC

Roxbury/Byron :2/14: "Trail Report: We received about 12 inches this week. We are currently out with our rolling packing the trails. We will be doing a bridge repair soon on the trail from 16 to ITS 82 in Andover. Please let us know if you're able to help" - Craig Young, Slippery Sliders SC, Facebook page

Naples:2/14: "10" of fresh snow yesterday. Our riding is as good as it's ever been. Please be sure to follow trail postings as some of trails have changed. " Muddy River Sno-Seekers Facebook page, web page

Rumford:2/14: "2/14/19 - Trail 17 south to Trail 12 was packed with the Tucker and foil by Gene Knox and John Ross. They also packed Trail 12 from Concord Pond to Rumford Point. On the way back they packed the Phillips Trail.
The A&B trail and the Hanover trail from the A&B trail to Trail 12 was groomed by Tom Puiia. He also filled in water bar on the A&B Trail near Coburn Brook with evergreen branches and snow. The Hanover Trail, A&B Trail, and Trail 12 from Rumford Point to the Hanover Trail was groomed by Bob Milligan." - Rumford Polar Bears web site, Facebook page

Newry:2/14: "Hi all just a heads up the trail leaving the grange hall headed north is closed until further notice. This is the section of trail that they are logging on. We are in the process of getting the old trail opened back up need to talk with land owner. Until then you can use the trail that goes up the other side of the river. Ride Safe and enjoy the trails" - Windy Valleys SC, Facebook page

Rangeley:2/13: "-Well folks it's still snowing in Oquossoc. Everyone fights about totals, so I think it's safe to say we have more then we had and less then 18". Anyway the rev says we have 10" in Oquossoc Village, we haven't heard any other totals yet. The groomahs will be heading out, looks like a solid week of riding! " - Rangeley Lakes SC Facebook page. View updated reports and trail by trail info on the club web site: Rangeley Lakes SC.

Roxbury/Byron:TF: - Please note that the Bunker pond trail (River trail) and the Black bridge trail to ITS 82 are closed for the entire season

Sebago :: Sebago Branch Duckers Facebook page.

Andover::Andover Trails Facebook page, Andover Snow Valley Sno-Goers Facebook page


Newport :2/15: "The following trails were groomed out during the overnight with Tyler at the helm. The trails are in great shape but riders should still ride with CAUTION and be on the watch out for Icy Spots & Water Bars, and the Deer!! As they are using the trails as much as we are!!! Nokomis Loop South Trail., H.P. Hood Spur Trail., South Loop to Barden Hill Trail., I.T.S.-84/85. ( Railbed ), Smith Pass Trail., I.T.S.-84. To the Club House. If you are riding in the Stetson Area please be aware that Kelly will be out there this A.M. Grooming!! So again ride With Caution, and watch for what might be around that next corner!!!!!"" - Scott Jakins S.V.S.C. Trailmaster.-Sebasticook Valley SC Facebook page.

Monson:2/12: Narrow Gauge Riders Snowmobile Club Facebook page reports "With the fresh snow this week and a warm day on tap for Saturday we should have near perfect conditions for Monson's annual snowroller day. We will be out grooming friday night to get everything in tip-top shape and also to help out the events by grooming in the cove downtown and behind the school.'"

Guilford:1/31: "All the trails are groomed and in good shape. Believe it or not but the water logged spots have hardened up!!! We will groom ITS 85 again tomorrow night too for the normal heavy Saturday traffic. Get out early as the snow does not pack well and the traffic will tear it up relatively quickly making for a move active ride later in the day... Thank you for supporting our club, please respect our Landowners and your fellow Snowmobilers."- FWSC Four Winds SC

Corinna:1/26: "Update!!!! The water hole on the rail bed ( ITS85) has been fixed! Spent 5 hours cleaning ice out of ditch and diverting water! Then was able to find plenty of snow to fill the trail back in! There are many washouts with water running on the club trails and ITS84 a short re route has been done as this ditch is where 84 would come out and is too deep to get through! Wait until we can get some cold weather to freeze things back up!! Ride safe and go slow everyone! - Corundel Raiders SC Facebook page


Kingfield :2/14: "All trails have been gone over a boat load of snow going to be a great weekend.A word of caution with the deep snow off trail beware of our furry friends they find easier going on the trails.Also don't forget our breakfast this Sunday follow the signs on the trail to sled in or come by car to the Kingfield Elementary School Hope to see you there." - Sno-Wanderers Club of Kingfield Facebook page.

New Portland :2/10: "Both groomers are out grooming after big snow. Trails should be great for the weekend." - Brad, Wire Bridge Sno-Travelers

Lexington-Highland-Concord-Pleasant Ridge :2/8: "Trail up date , we are grooming the valley trail tomorrow and Bingham trail is good to go. Sad news for riders, a logging operation is going to start on our Hard Scrabble trail to Carrabassett trail. They have brought in a bull dozer and plowed up the trail from The last Round Up Rd to about one and 3/4 miles in. We are hoping to make and drag some snow into the trail, not to hurt snowmobiles, and logging truck. We have a club breakfast on Sunday 8-11am come and see our new club house and have some good food." - Lexington-Highlanders SC

Eustis/Stratton :1/31: "More snow!!! Another 6-10" fresh powder and we've been out flattening trails. This weekend stands to be best conditions yet this year. Full grooming all weekend. " - Arnold Trail SC, Facebook Page


Lincoln :2/14: From the Lincoln Snowhounds SC Facebook page: "Today Paul groomed Trail 6, all of the in-town trails with the exception of Trail 2 from Trail 4 to Millet-Mallet Road and Trail 1 from the Trail 2 turn-off to Millet-Mallet Road to the Big & Little Narrows. He then headed out to Burlington on ITS 81 and is still grooming on 81 as I write. He will groom 81 back to 82 to Trail 1 back to the clubhouse. Tonight after work I will groom Trail 1 from the clubhouse to White Point Road and back. The grooming crew is going riding on Saturday. On Sunday the plan is to groom ITS 82 through Chester out to I-95 and back to the clubhouse. Please stay off the trails during the warm weather and rain Friday afternoon and evening. Conditions should be better (colder) again on Saturday. THINK SNOW and Happy Trails !!!" - Bill L.

Enfield:2/14: "For the time being, the southern end of our Passadumkeag trail along the power lines will be closed to sled traffic. Sledders can still stay on St. John Rd. all the way down to Pleasant St." Cold Stream Sno-Riders

Springfield :2/14: "Trail 105 south, Trail 12 and Trail 7 are groomed. All other trails have not been groomed since the last storm. Quad County SC web site, Facebook page See where the groomer has been

Orrington:2/13: From the Orrington Trail Riders Facebook page: "We are getting the snow we think'd and danced for! See you Saturday for our Vintage Ride In from 11-3 at our Clubhouse. Bring your cameras and an empty tummy!" ~LaurieOrrington Trail Riders, website

Danforth/East Grand Lake Area:2/2: "Trail 105 from where we meet up with Linneus in Haynesville to Danforth and south to where we meet up with Quad County snowmobile Club (Springfield) near Stetson Mountain are groomed and in excellent condition. Local trail #7 in Danforth off of trail 105 to the boulder Road (near Greenland Cove on East Grand Lake) is groomed, in excellent shape and extended south on the Wichta Brook Road 2 miles to the 1st four corners for easier access for those accessing the trail from the Sandy Brook Road. We have added more signage to assist sledders getting to and from Danforth. Services in Danforth include the Millyard (food-snack bar-gas-restroom) Sun -Thurs til 8PM, Friday & Saturday til 9PM, 448-7119. The 24 hour store (limited emergency gas) 448-5024. First Settler's Lodge in Weston 448-3000, Mem's Place-Food & Drink, 448-7118" - Dave Conley, East Grand SC (Follow club link for updates)

Bucksport:1/27: "Trail from wights field to Alamoosic lake has been rerouted and signed. Thank you to landowner Brian Nanson for allowing the access"Family SC, web site


Downeast Sunrise Trail:2/6: "The trail is nearly bare with very little snow. Grooming operations have ceased until further notice."Sunrise Trail web site or Facebook page

Cherryfield :2/5: Narraguagus SC web site report: "Warm weather 45 degrees, almost 50 yesterday. Snow has melted trail is nearly bare on Western end, there is still some snow on Eastern end in dennysville." Facebook page

Beddington:2/2: "Finally enough snow to groom! ITS 81 N has been groomed from the shed on Rte. , 32 miles to where we meet up with the Grand Lake Stream club groomers. That will be it for grooming. The trails have all been turned to ice due to the recent rains. We are back in the waiting for snow mode.
The trailmasters advise riders to stay off the trails in our area until we get some snow over the ice. Phone Pete at 460-4474 or Frank at 454-8133 for information" - Reggie Archer, Airline Riders SC

Calais :1/20: Sunrise Snowmobilers Facebook page: "IMPORTANT ITS 84 UPDATE: Good snowy morning everyone! Thanks to the support and generosity of Irving Oil and many volunteers, ITS 84 is once again connected between Baileyville and Calais! The new trail has been cut but may still be a little rough. Please use caution and follow the signs. Happy riding!"

CENTRAL MAINE (Greater LA, Augusta, Waterville etc)

Gardiner:2/14 : "Finally some snow! However, we are going to refrain from grooming until after the predicted rainy conditions on Friday. Grooming will resume on the weekend." - Brian Winchester, Gardiner Ridge Riders

Winthrop:2/13: "We have received over 8" of new snow last night. Rolling and grooming will resume today."- Hillandalers SC

West Gardiner :2/12: "Awaiting the much needed snow predicted for tonight - update after snowfall" Cobbosseecontee SC

Palermo:2/5: "We have stopped grooming. Too much snow has melted with the recent warm weather and rain. We won't be out again until there is snow."Palermo SC

Albion :2/3: - Night Roadrunners SC Facebook page: "ITS 85 trail adjustment. At the crossing on the East Benton road. More new signs will be added tomorrow. We have adjusted where cross the road at the request of the land owner. Please respect the land owner and stay on the new marked trail.

Lewiston:1/30: From the Hillside Family Riders Facebook page "Trails ARE OPEN but please use caution! We only got 4"-5" of fluffy snow on top of icy conditions. Stopping may be difficult with ice underneath and frozen over water holes may be rough. Have fun packing them down and we will be out before the weekend grooming as much as we can. Enjoy and be careful!" Hillside Family Riders SC

Manchester :1/23: "All trails have been groomed the last two days. Trail conditions are great. Fingers crossed the warm up and rain don't hurt them too much. Staying off the trails for a day or two until cold temps return will help ensure we have a flat base!" - Paul G, Manchester Country Riders

Sidney: 1/11: "Sidney has just started grooming their trails today (1/7). It is early season so everyone please use caution. We are trying to get the water spots frozen and make sure all the trails are clear. Stay safe and have fun, Hope to see you on the Trails!!" -A Kramer, Sidney Trail Riders

Belgrade:1/7: "Trails are open and grooming has begun. Early season riding so use caution. Any questions call Ernie Rice 495-3452." - Belgrade Draggin Masters web site.

Auburn :: Auburn Sno-Groomers


Parsonsfield:2/9 : "SVSD's north-side 29 miles of trails have all been groomed and overall in great shape for riding, there are a few waterbars that you should slow-down and drive carefully around. We filled in the major washouts today and hopefully the coming rain will be light and short lived. As always stay safe and keep to the right. " - Sacopee Valley Snowdrifters

Hollis:2/7: "Our poor snow-pack was no competition for two days with temps in the 60's earlier this week. Trails are closed until we can get more snow. Next meeting is this Tuesday February 12th 7PM at the rod & gun club." - D Yarumian, Hollis Honkers SC

Sanford-Springvale:2/4: From the Southern Maine SnoGoers Facebook page: "Trail update. Due to the warm weather all trails should be considered closed till we get more snow."

Waterboro :1/30: "Hello folks, trails are opened, trail master went out today broke some trails. Word of advice there is ice under the snow if you don't have picks be prepared to get stuck.. Happy trail riding" - Ossipee Mountaineers SC

Lyman:1/25: Lyman SC, Facebook page "And just like that trails are closed"

Cumberland/North Yarmouth:1/23: Moonlite Sno-Skimmers Facebook page reports :"Unfortunately, the rain and warmer temperatures are here...please stay off the trails until it gets colder to ensure we have some type of base left. We've done some grooming the last few days, but please keep off the trails and head north if you wish to ride. Thank you."