We have been back out grooming with the recent storm, and all trails in West Gray, High School, Libby Hill, Crystal lake area and to Rt.26 have been groomed. We will continue to groom as temps, and snowpack allow. We are seeing lots of sleds out on the trails, if you ride in Gray, you should really consider the work that goes into keeping these trails opened, signed, bridged, clear, etc. and join us! We could always use more help. Have fun while the snow lasts!
Old man winter has made a return in Gray! We have received approx two feet of snow in the past week with another foot of snow in the forecast. We'll need all the help we can get to break out the trails and get them packed down. Please help knock down the snowbanks at road crossings as well. Once everything is broken out and packed down we can get back out there with the groomers!
The extended January thaw has done in our grooming efforts for now. The trails remain open however are very icy with some stumps and rocks exposed in certain areas. We still have a decent base, and just one decent storm would put us right back in business. Keep your fingers crossed for a snowy February!
Windham/West Gray trail to Cambell shore, Mtn View rd, Ramsdell Rd, High School/Libby Hill - Groomed 1/8/17
Elder Rd Trail to Middle Lake on Little Sebago - Groomed 1/2/17
Lower Ramsdell trail to Birchwood rd and Upper lake on Little Sebago - Groomed 1/8/17
Libby Hill trail from High School to Upper Lake Little Sebago - Groomed 1/8/17
Libby Hill to Crystal lake trail - Groomed 1/8/17
Libby Hill to Rt.26, Weymouth Rd trail - Groomed 1/8/17
Weymouth Rd to Cole Farms trail - Groomed 1/8/17
Gray Plaza to Cumberland/North Yarmouth Pole Line trail - Groomed 1/8/17
Gray Plaza to Cole Farms trail - Groomed 1/8/17
The entire Gray trail system is now open. We currently have approx 20" of snow on the ground. Grooming operations have started on the West side of town, from the Windham line, to the High school, Crystal Lake, Libby Hill, and Elder rd. We hope to have the Tracked S10 and groomer over to the South side of town by this weekend. If you can lend a hand please reach out!
The entire Gray trail system is currently closed to all motorized traffic. Please respect our landowners and stay off the trails. Once they water holes are frozen in and there is adequate snowpack, they will be opened for snowmobiles. In the meantime, keep doing the snow dance
Unfortunately old man winter doesn't want to stick around for more than a few days at a time. Because of the lack of snow, and water holes out on the trails, the entire Gray trail system is closed to all traffic. Please respect our landowners and stay off the trails until the weather cooperates! Hopefully we can get a couple storms in the next few weeks and salvage some of the season.
It is finally beginning to look like winter around here, hopefully the cold weather remains. Lots of water holes out on the trails, so be careful if you go out for a ride. NO lakes or ponds are even close to safe, and many just locked in the last couple of days. Many members of the club have been helping with some trail re route issues the past few weeks, and we hope to have those trails signed and open by this weekend. With some more cold to freeze up the water bars, and another dumping of snow we hope to get out with the groomers. Please swing by and join us at the next club meeting!
Hi All - The entire Gray trail system is currently closed to all traffic. Hopefully we can get a good cold snap to start locking in water holes, and firm up the trail base. We continue to work on the trails for the upcoming season. If you can lend a hand, please reach out, we are always looking for new members! Our next meeting is on Tue 1/12, 7pm at the State Police barracks on Rt.26.
The Gray trail system is currently closed while we await cold temps and snow. We are working on the trail system every weekend. Please reach out if you can jump in and lend a hand!
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