Trails took a beating with the recent warm weather. Seasonal temperatures have returned and groomers are out doing what we can with what we have. Good news is that the trails have solidified FLAT.Read more →
Snowmobile Trail Conditions Report
Snow conditions, trail updates, and snowmobiling videos — from the center of Maine’s 14,000 miles of snowmobile trails in The Forks, Maine. We’ll keep you posted on the 100 or so miles of beautiful trails that we groom right here on our weekly trail reports and via email (sign up below). For details on which trails we groom see The Forks Area Trails Club, where you can also join our local snowmobile club. For a snowmobile trail map and distances from The Forks to some of our favorite Maine towns to visit by trail (Greenville, Jackman, Eustis, Rangeley, Millinocket, …) see: The Forks Area Trails. Check out snowmobile trip reviews and our rides to Moxie Falls, Coburn Mountain, Grand Falls, Bingham Windmills, the B-52 Crash Site… Maine Snowmobiling Videos and Trail Tales.
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Trails are in fine shape with good riding everywhere. Temperatures will be warming up over the next 2 days. Consequently, we will not be grooming on Tuesday or Wednesday due to high temperatures. We will resume grooming on Thursday and both Tuckers will be out every night right through the weekend.Read more →
Trails are in fine shape with good riding everywhere. We will be stepping up grooming shifts a bit over the next 10 days, to keep up with the increased traffic from school vacation week.Read more →
It’s been snowing hard most of the afternoon in The Forks. We are expecting 8”- 12” total by the time the storm winds down late tonight / early Thursday morning. This will be just what our groomers need to fix up the rough spots that needed more snow. Both Tuckers will be out Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights smoothing things out. Should be great riding with mid-winter conditions.Read more →
The latest snowmobiling trail conditions from The Forks snowmobile club (and video trail tour with Zach.) Generally speaking trails are in good shape. Could use more snow on woods trails. Sections of trail on unplowed roads are in very good shape. Some corners are developing ice, so be careful.Read more →
The recent storm gave us 5″ of snow, then some sleet and freezing rain, and finally a little plain old rain on top. With colder temperatures, groomers went out Wednesday and report that trails are smoothing out very nicely. Both Tuckers will be operating Thurs, Friday and Saturday nights. Overall trail conditions are very good.Read more →
The rain hurt, but there is still some fine snowmobiling to be had! The whole Forks snowmobile trail system is groomed. Get the details on our trails with Trailmaster Jim’s report and Zach’s snowmobiling tour video.Read more →
All snowmobile trail sections have been groomed an are in good to excellent conditions. Any rain should be easily absorbed by the deep snowpack we have. Things are forecast to cool off again on Saturday, so the groomers will be back out on the trails again on Saturday night.Read more →
The first blizzard of 2018 delivered about 14″ of snow on Thursday. Both Sno-Cat groomers went out on Friday. Though slow going with lots of drifting snow, we were able to get all our ITS snowmobile trails groomed for the weekend.Read more →
Looks like 6″ of fresh snow is heading our way in The Forks, Maine, so we will resume grooming on Friday after the storm. The plan is to have all of ITS 86 and ITS 87 groomed for the weekend, as well as the Pleasant Pond Trail and the Kennebec River Trail.Read more →