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Unfortunately with the rain overnight and the warm temps the snow has gotten too thin. Trails are now closed to protect our landowners property. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi. I was told my gate is still open at Tucker Rd and Engarrd in Smithville. Can someone check it please? Thanks!

The gate on Tucker road at the end of Engaard road is now open. The club has not yet been out so watch out for downed trees. If you see any issues please report them to us. ... See MoreSee Less

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What trail is this at?

Joe Russell Jimmy Tats this is going 81 north

Merry Christmas to all our members and landowners.

We'll be putting in the hours this week, so if you can help any day, please let us know. Currently planning a small crew tommorow, and then really hitting things starting Tuesday and working each day till we're done. Many hands would get it done quicker.
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Even with today's snow, our trails are remaining closed due to many water holes and unfrozen ground beneath. This snow is extremely dry and provides no base to protect our landowners property. ... See MoreSee Less

Due to the warm weather and rain, our trails are now closed. Please respect land owners and stay off of the trails. We will post again if we get enough snow to reopen. ... See MoreSee Less

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Any word on opening the trails?

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C2 connecting to Whitney Point is open again. Please stay on trail and ride between the stakes. ... See MoreSee Less

All of our gates are now open. Continue to use caution as the trails have not yet been groomed.

For those heading towards Whitney Point, the Ridge Riders have closed C2 starting at County Rd 3A due to logging. Please take S71 to go around to C7.
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Ok folks! We are OPEN.

Please ride carefully, as there isn't a ton of snow, and we have not been out to check the trails since the big snow at Christmas. So there may be trees down.

Let us know if you find any hazards.

Ride BETWEEN the stakes, and respect our landowners!
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