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Please stay on the marked trail!! C7 through Sherburne is in jeopardy of being closed down with no possible re-route! It's not that hard to ride between the stakes people! Trails are groomed and marked. There's no excuse to not stay on the designated trail! ... See MoreSee Less

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This is all I see this year are posts like this. It is not hard to do. These morons just don't get it and ruin it for the 99% of us who respect the land owners.

Its my sons first year with the grey beards! He's 15. he ventured outside of the stakes in a long field yesterday because he saw others marks. I had a good talk with him during our next break and explained the whole thing. He won't do it again, he assured me! Problem solved

Timeline PhotosDear fellow snowmobilers " We"need your help, We need to do a better job at policing ourselves. The old saying" A few bad apples"is so true. Land for trails is getting harder to come by and harder to keep. There is so much work in front and behind the scenes to make this sport " our sport" ( yours and mine) possible. The reason for the writing of this is to shed some light onto why is the trail where it is? Why do we need to stay between the stakes? The landowner may have certain reasons for wanting the trail where it is, crops for example. Staying between the stakes is for our (the snowmobiler's) safety. There might be hazards outside of the stakes (rocks, stumps, ditches, etc). Not staying on the trail makes the landowner feel disrespected and not in control of his or her own property. Just like we do not have a right to take someone's snowmobile without permission, we (the snowmobiler) do not have a right to ride on someone's property. The club gets permission to put a trail in a designated area. Without landowners we have no trail to get from point A to point b. No family rides, no scenery to enjoy, and no snowmobiling community get togethers. Without landowners we have no sport. I am asking that we (you and I) try to be more respectful to the landowner. Go slow by houses, (be quiet loud pipes is the number one reason for trail closures) be kind, treat the landowner as a friend. If you see people destroying property, going off trail, etc. Try to get their numbers and report them to law enforcement, or to the club. We are also having problems with people leaving trash on the trail. We need to weed out the bad apples or it may be the end of " our sport" ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Christopher Kurz

Looking for somewhere to ride to tonight to enjoy the fresh snow? Either ride or unload from The Silo Restaurant! Open at 4pm! ... See MoreSee Less

Looking for somewhere to ride to tonight to enjoy the fresh snow? Either ride or unload from The Silo Restaurant! Open at 4pm!

4 weeks ago

Christopher Kurz

The Silo Restaurant will be open Saturday 1/30 & Sunday 1/31 at 11:00AM if you're looking for somewhere to ride to. Also have ample parking for trucks & trailers if you're looking for somewhere to unload! Right on the trail too! ... See MoreSee Less

Keep your eyes open. ... See MoreSee Less

Forget something? ... See MoreSee Less

Who's been out riding our trails? Any issues we need to know about? ... See MoreSee Less

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I was out yesterday from RT 12 over to the silo. Everything looked good just thin in a few spots.

Went from hogsback to outpost today.no issues.more snow& we'll be in good shape

Any grooming going on?

Has anyone been from the Outpst to Freds Inn?

Not me i have to have a hip surgery

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Keep your eyes out and help a fellow rider out. ... See MoreSee Less

Speed Continues to Be Leading Factor in Collisions on Trails | @OPPCentralRegion ... See MoreSee Less

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