05 Jan Maine Snowmobiling Report
Maine snowmobiling report conditions
Greenville Maine Snow conditions – January Snow – Yeah – Observation by Moosehead local riders decent riding, passed only 2 sleds and saw 3 moose! There is up to a 3 ft base in some areas with a lot of blowing and drifting from the high winds. Groomers out packing and grooming . New Snow, got 2-3 inches of fresh powder this morning. Snow flurries in the forecast for next couple of days. Come up and ride, enjoy it while you can.
Be Safe – Don’t Know – Don’t Go – Water bodies unsafe- still freezing up. Many lakes are still freezing up and not all areas are safe passages.
Even though we saw today that Moosehead Lake east cove had some markers which will connect South and North Trails of Moosehead Lake, until all makers set. Don’t Go on The Lake. Once all markers set, the Moosehead Riders Snowmobile club or State of Maine Wardens will advise on safe passage. Until then, stay off lake. Moosehead Lake is starting to freeze up and this is a promising sign as last few cold nights have been great for ice making.
Report is that land snowmobile trail passage from downtown Greenville to North Trails is being re routed and is now open. Expect to encounter other trail changes in the area. Will advise as we know more.
Be Smart – Ride Safe – Choose Greenville Maine as your snowmobile vacation destination. The Cozy Moose Lakeside Family Cabin Rentals on Moosehead Lake is a great place for a snowmobile vacation and is centrally located to numerous trail systems.