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FORECAST: National Weather Service/Caribou, Maine

FORECAST: National Weather Service/Portland & Gray, Maine



Northern Outdoors (The Forks)

Northwoods Outfitters (Moosehead)

East Cove, Moosehead Lake - Greenville

The Birches - Rockwood

Lake Parlin Lodge (Parlin Pond Twp)

Twin Pine Camps (Katahdin area)

Twin Pine Camps (Katahdin view)

5 Lakes Lodge (Katahdin area)

OUR LANDOWNERS: Please respect all landowners wishes while riding. Snowmobilers in Maine are the guests of Maine landowners who allow access. It is every snowmobiler's responsibility to protect that access by acting responsibly.

STAY OFF PLOWED ROADS: Snowmobilers who illegally snowmobile on plowed paper company roads threaten access for everyone,
and endanger themselves and the employees operating vehicles on those roads. Do not ride on these plowed roads, and do not park your vehicles and trailers on these roads.

STAY OFF THE BLUEBERRY BARRENS AND OTHER CROPLAND: Snowmobilers who illegally ride on blueberry barrens or other cropland are creating problems for the landowners, potential damage to their crops and threatening recreational access for everyone. Stay on marked trails.

BORDER CROSSINGS: Increased concern and security at our borders calls for strict attention to the law. For information about crossing our border with Canada, see the Border Guide supplied by the United States Border Patrol. (.pdf format, viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader - a free download ).

ATVs and other motorized vehicles: It is against the law to operate an ATV (or a dune buggy, 4 wheel drive vehicle, motorcycle or any other motor vehicle) on a snowmobile trail funded by the Club/Municipal grant program at any time of the year, unless the landowners have granted permission to do so.

WHEN CROSSING RAILROAD TRACKS be careful not to spin snow onto the tracks. Over time this snow builds up creating a ramping effect that has caused train derailment. These rail lines are privately owned and can be closed, which would fracture the trail system. Stop and look both ways at all railroad crossings.

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Snowmobile Trail Conditions Path left behind the Chapman groomer Trail 74
Reports reflect observations of MSA family and business members who clear, sign, groom and ride the trails of Maine. Local chambers of commerce, businesses and snowmobile clubs are a good source for additional information on trails in their area.

Trail Reports are provided to the public courtesy of the members of the Maine Snowmobile Association. Reports are accepted from MSA family and business members, groomers/projects. Please include your name and the name of your MSA club when submitting the report. If you post trail conditions on your club or supporting business web site and wish to have your updates posted and linked from this page, drop us an email with your request.

Photo by Sue Maynard - The groomed trail left behind by the drag - Chapman Ridge Runners, Trail #74.


Oxbow-Masardis:3/19: Oxbow-Masardis SC web site reports: "ITS 81/85 has been groomed from Oxbow south to the Snowshoe Road turnaround. ITS 86 has been opened up to the St. Croix stream crossing.
Finally, We are at the end of our allotted grooming hours. If you can help us keep the groomer going for another week, it will be much appreciated." View web site linked above to support the Oxbow-Masardis trails.

Mars Hill:3/17: "The recent snow storm has allowed us to get back out and groom the trails. Our entire system has been groomed and is in great shape. Watch out for the deer on ITS 81 south between Rte 1 and the intersection of Trail 83A. You will encounter some minor drifting in fields and open areas as it was windy yesterday (3/16). Heavy traffic and warmer temps this weekend will cause trails to get rough sooner. Our groomer will be out over the weekend and we will try to keep up with changing trail conditions as best we can.
ITS 83 Mars Hill to Presque Isle is in good condition. Slow down by the house in Westfield- GO 20 MPH PLEASE!!
ITS 83 Mars Hill to Monticello is in good shape. The trail is now OPEN in Bridgewater as the logging operation has moved out. We were able to pull in some snow yesterday but you will encounter some bare dirt along this stretch since it had been plowed. Thanks to all for your patience and for using the detour.
#9 Lake Trail is in good condition. There is some major water / ice at the intersection with ITS 83 in Monticello so slow down here!
Route 70A is in good condition.
ITS 81 from Mars Hill southwest in good condition. Watch for deer on the trail!
ITS 81 northeast from Mars Hill to Easton is in good condition." - John Bailey, Central Aroostook SC

Madawaska-St John River Valley:3/16: "SNOW is abundant in Extreme Northern Maine...Setting up for a great weekend...."

Aroostook County:3/15: Caribou Rec reports " Trail 71A: only open the 1st 6 miles to Garfield.
ITS 83: is in great shape from one end of the County to the other. There is a logging operation 4 miles South of Linneus please watch for signs. There is a small logging operation near the Thibodeau road in Woodland, watch for signs. Madawaska is reporting very good conditions.
ITS 90: Caribou is reporting that they have a few issues with their section of 90W. Also the upper section from trail 88 to 105 is closed for the remainder of the season. The best way to get to Portage is through Washburn on 105.
ITS 85: is connected all the way through to the crown. There is a section of road that is plowed at the Red River Bridge where Eagle Lake and Portage meet, this will be plowed for the rest of the season so please use caution. There is a logging operation South of Violette settlement please use caution watch for signs. The Oxbow area of 85 is being worked as I write this
120: the Deboullie trail is in great shape. Remember there is still a logging operation near the St. Francis road about 5 miles of plowed road.
ITS 92: From Fort Kent up through to Allagash is reported to be in good shape.
ITS 86: is groomed all the way from the Boarder in Houlton. Oxbow is reporting that they will a few days before they get their section done.
ITS 81: Watch for logging operation down off the Ashland road, and also on the Ralph Craig Memorial trail.
105: this trail with the new fallen snow should be in great shape for the weekend
ITS 88: From Fort Fairfield is reported open all the way to Ashland. Watch out for speed bumps in the Parkhurst Siding area of the Rail bed.
73B: is open and signed there is a logging operation in the Little Black lake area please use caution. This section of trail is being reported as in great shape
Trail 81: (Swedes Trail) is in great shape, please use caution when going behind the Heritage view apartments as there a few water holes starting to open up.
Trail 81: in Houlton has a logging operation and will be shortened and is only going Oakfield.
Trail 100 in the Caswell and Cyr Plantation area offers some beautiful views of the St. John Valley
Trail 61: Is open off of Downtown Washburn going towards 90 there is plowed sections so please use caution."
Follow link above for the full report, including social events.

Benedicta:3/16: "Hi Gang, Only trail being groomed at this time is ITS#83 Sherman/Whetstone FallS!"-Jim Splan, Reporter at Large, Benedicta Snowgang

Linneus:3/15:"ITS 83 N to Houlton open and groomed. ITS 83 S to Oakfield and Island Falls open and groomed. ITS 105 N to Hodgdon and border crossing open and groomed. Trail 9 open and groomed. On Thursday March 16th ITS 105 S to Haynesville and Danforth will be groomed. The foot of fresh snow we received on Tuesday night on top of the base we had will make for good sledding again. Always be safe." - Steve Graham, Grammy's Country Inn, Linneus Sno-Sports

Frenchville:: Frenchville SC Facebook page


Katahdin Region:3/20:
"Grooming Update for this week: We (The Twin Pines Snowmobile Club) groomed our entire system over the weekend and groomed a bit last night (Pole Line). We plan on grooming on Wednesday night once the temperatures drop back down and we will groom on Friday and Saturday night.
Grooming Update from Saturday 3/18 Saturday night the Twin Pines Snowmobile Club groomed the South Twin Connector, Millinocket hotels. Stacyville to Whetstone to the Logan Pond trail was groomed in one direction, pay attention on corners. We also groomed to Penobscot Pond via Abol. Wild Kingdom was not groomed, still has washout (passable for many or use alternate route), and otherwise was good on Saturday morning. Grant Brook was groomed early Saturday morning. - Stop into the River Driver's Restaurant, trail-side to ITS 85/86 State Road/Pole Line. Gas for Sleds, lodging and food onsite. Call 207-723-5438
Jo Mary Riders Update: Jo Mary Groomed the entire system over Wed and Thursday Night and on - On Saturday they groomed the Phil Grass Memorial trail, ITS 109 to ITS 86 and a section of the 111. They plan on grooming another time later this week to set things up for the weekend.
We continue grooming and plan on grooming as long as conditions allow and a decent number of riders are out enjoying the trails - i.e. into April if people and conditions warrant us continuing. So Keep Riding. Ride right, ride safe and see you on the trails."

Shin Pond Village Facebook page,


Kokadjo:3/20: Kokadjo Roach Riders Facebook page reports "Mar 20th - The trail base is still deep but getting soft with the high sun. There will be some good spring riding over the next two weeks. Grooming will continue but at a lesser rate until the end of March and then will end. Get that last run in while you can!"

Greenville:3/17: "Groomers headed out shortly on 86W, 85S, and 85N. Trails will get bumpy early tomorrow with warm temps and sun. The new trail is open from Indian Hill to the 110 intersection. We expect the water holes will show up again though." - Moosehead Riders SC Facebook page .

Groomers went out last night and groomed and packed all area trails. ITS 88 will be groomed again Friday. We received a solid 18 inches of powder on top of a solid frozen base ,yesterday. Over three feet of snow still in the woods in many places. The Birches three groomers will be out when necessary to keep good trails for you. The Lake trail from The Birches to Mt Kineo is marked across and open. Please stay on marked trail.
Please do not drive vehicles on the groomed trails.
See our webcam. Do not go on frozen lakes that are not marked.
Rockwood has 5 trail groomers, 3 of which are operated by The Birches Resort to ensure the trails in our area are always at their very best. Our Cabins & Homes are always open along with super unleaded gas available at our lodge. Come warm up and enjoy great food & drinks by the fire. See you soon!" - The Birches Resort , Facebook Page

Rockwood:3/14: "Snow is coming , looks like a good old fashioned storm. We will be grooming after the storm to whip these trails in shape for the weekend. I assume all the other clubs will be doing the same so riding will be top notch for the next couple weeks , and maybe a little more snow Saturday night. Please ride safe and enjoy !" - Mark Blue Ridge Riders snowmobile club, Facebook page

Shirley:3/13: " Shirley Bog Trail Busters Trails continue to have a lot of snow for riding. The trails however are hard and icy. Little grooming was done this past week due to the conditions. The CC Road to ITS 86 trails have many waterholes. The large tree on the River Trail/Black Diamond Trail has been cut out and is again open. Conditions may change drastically on Wednesday due to the upcoming snow storm. - Debi Baker Shirley Bog Trail Busters, Facebook page

North East Carry::


Solon:3/17: ""Happy St. Patrick's Day, new snow has restarted our grooming operations!!! All trails will be groomed and in great shape for the weekend, ride safe." - SSH. View reports on individual trails at Solon Snow Hawks

The Forks:3/16: "Plenty of fresh snow from the big Nor'easter and cold temps... we're back in mid-winter riding conditions! Trails are in great shape and we are out grooming regularly.
Please note the detour on ITS 86 just west of the Boise Road, where a deep waterhole has opened up... it is described below.
TRAIL CLOSURE/DETOUR... ITS 87 BETWEEN PLEASANT POND AND TROUTDALE ROAD. Due to last minute changes in winter harvesting plans by the landowner, there are several miles of plowed road due to logging on ITS 87 south of Pleasant Pond. For travel between The Forks and Bingham, use the Bald Mountain Trail and ITS 86. Using the Bald Mountain Trail and ITS 86 will connect you back to ITS 87, thereby bypassing the plowed roads.
ITS 86 FROM BERRY'S STORE HEADING EAST TOWARD GREENVILLE/ROCKWOOD TO THE ITS 88 JUNCTION. Intown can get chopped up quickly because of heavy traffic. Once just a mile out of town things improve. There is a detour around a bad waterhole just before the Boise Road. The detour takes you along a 1 mile section of the Boise Road, which is no longer being plowed and is now groomed. One mile Power Line section near Moxie Pond is good. There is a 1 mile section of plowed/shared road around Moxie Dam... go slow through there. Rest of the way up to our turnaround at the junction of ITS 88 is in fine shape.
BALD MOUNTAIN TRAIL. Good all the way through from ITS 86 to 87. One open water spot, but shallow and easy to get across.
ITS 87 HEADING SOUTH TOWARD BINGHAM. Good shape all the way toward Northern Outdoors. Heading further south, ITS 87 is only open to Pleasant Pond. ITS 87 south of Pleasant Pond is closed due to logging. See trail closure/detour info above.
MOXIE MOUNTAIN TRAIL (club trail). This trail is groomed only to the Caratunk Spur. South of the spur is not open.
CARATUNK SPUR Open and groomed.
KENNEBEC RIVER TRAIL. Good shape with plenty of snow all the way through from Northern Outdoors to West Forks.
For day riders, there is a FREE PARK & RIDE LOT at Northern Outdoors on Route 201. The lot is large, well plowed and has plenty of room for trailers. Groomed access to all trails. The lot is marked with a large sign on Route 201. Trail maps, 91 octane gas, food are available at Northern Outdoors." - Jim Yearwood, Forks Area Trails Club, Northern Outdoors, Facebook page

Jackman:3/15: "We received 14" or more of new snow. Trails will be groomed tonight and should be in very good condition. Updated 03/15/2017. " - Border Riders Sportsman Club - View grooming reports for individual trails at website linked above

West Forks, Parlin Pond:3/15: "It looks like we were rewarded for dealing with the past few weeks of roller coaster weather. We ended up with 12-14 inches from yesterday's storm that should make our trails perfect for the next couple weeks. Groomers are heading out today and will also be out during the day tomorrow so if you're out, please watch for us. Our plan is to groom the entire system as well as to the summit to get ready for what should be an unbelievable weekend. Get out and get some of the best conditions of the season while you can! RIDE RIGHT AND RIDE SAFE."- Joe, Coburn Summit Riders

Jackman:3/15 Bishop's Motel report: "We received about 18 inches of new snow!! This will allow the trails to be open at least for the month of March. The groomers are going out tonight. The trails will be in super shape for this weekend.
NORTH TO CANADA: Open and good condition
CLUB TRAIL: Open and Good to very good condition
PITTSTON FARM: Open and good condition
SOUTH TO PARLIN POND : Open and in good condition" See more trails and lodging info at web site linked above

Bingham:3/15 :"Wow!!! We received a 1.5 feet of snow on top of our existing base. Currently, we have 2 feet of snow on the trails and 4 feet plus in the woods. More light snow expected this afternoon. We plowed all night, plenty of room for snowmobile trailers and vehicles.
Groomers are going out nightly and grooming. We have incredible Spring conditions, you need to get up here and experience these conditions. Let's get out and Snowmobile!
North Country Rivers is renting snowmobiles and cabins, we have availability throughout the week and into the weekend. For updates, you can reference this trail report or call our toll free number listed below. Call Toll Free (1-800-348-8871) for Snowmobiles and Cabin Rentals. Our restaurant - Patrick's Restaurant and Pub - is currently open Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings (5:00 PM till closing) and lunch on Saturday and Sunday. The Public is Welcome! See you on the trails!"
North Country Rivers web site, Facebook page

Jackman-Moose River:3/13: "Riders this past weekend have all said that the trails in current condition offer good riding. With the snow in the forecast tomorrow, there is going to be some great riding this weekend and on through the next couple weeks. This is always the best time of year to ride so keep that sled out and come on up. Call to get your lodging options soon! We will update as we get it. Support the clubs. " View reports on individual trails at Jackman Moose River Region Chamber of Commerce web site

Anson-North Anson: :

Madison:: Abnaki Sno-Riders

Bingham: : Valley Riders SC, Gateway Recreation & Lodging


Rumford: 3/20: "This morning Tom and Gene groomed Trail 17 to ITS 82E to Black bridge and back with the Tucker. The trails were rough, as expected, but are now very good. We didn't go on ITS 82W as it was too warm, but will do that section Tuesday or Wednesday.. Still plenty of snow, but it softens quickly in the warm sun. Ride safely to the right and enjoy it while you can."- Rumford Polar Bears web site, Facebook page

Naples:3/17: "East and West side saw groomers last night. Don't forget to thank a groomer operator next time you're out riding. Couldn't do it without them." - Muddy River Sno-Seekers Facebook page, web page

Andover:3/17:Andover Snow Valley Sno-Goers Facebook page report" the groomer came through ITS82 East of Andover after the storm. I have not gotten any other reports . ride safe"

Newry:3/17: "Trail update 3/17/17: We're not seeing green this st paddy's day....we're seeing lots of white! :-) Brad dragged newry corner to branch road and over mt will last night. Leon groomed to Andover and will hopefully do the grafton run today. Matt broke out the trail from powder ridge! Thanks guys!!! Brad is going out again tonight to pack it down. Should be sweet riding this weekend! Get out there! Ride right, safe and stay on marked trails! Yield to those groomers!!! Happy trails!"- Windy Valleys SC, Facebook page

Hebron:3/16: "ITS89 is groomed with plenty of fresh snow. Side trails are open but use caution due to wet holes. There is logging on ITS89 for remainder of season near San Hill trail intersection on power lines. Use caution for trucks and logging equipment crossing the trail. Watch for cross country skiers, dog sledders, and fat bike riders on railroad bed ITS89 sections. For trail maps and current trail conditions around Hebron call The Storekeepers: 207-966-2733 located on ITS89. If your looking for a motel on the trails check out the Lewiston, Rumford or Bethel areas.
Get out and RIDE with these great conditions while you still can!" - B Francis, Bouncing Bogies SC

Roxbury/Byron:3/16 : "3/16/17 trail update groomed from Coos Canyon to Roxbury pond store yesterday. today James packed from Coos Canyon to Frye and the Mitchell Brook Trail. Tonight Buddy and Craig will do the twins and the Black Bridge connector trail" Facebook page

Rangeley:3/15: Rangeley Lakes SC Facebook page report: "WOW! Mother nature dumped on us !! 18" Plus! Groomers all went out last night! Get up here! Get a room or a cabin! Come ride!" Rangeley Lakes SC. View reports on the condition of individual trails at web site linked above.

Bethel-Greenwood-Woodstock:3/3: "TRAIL CLOSURE: trail13 1/2 mile south of Bethel by railroad tracks behind Lowell's Saw Shop is closed again. 2 feet of water over the trail" Greenstock Snowsports Facebook page report

Sebago:: Sebago Branch Duckers Facebook page.


Monson:3/17: Narrow Gauge Riders Snowmobile Club Facebook page report: "Well, after this last storm lack of snow is no longer our problem! Yesterday we broke out the Blanchard trail and the North Trail with the sled drags after over 8 hours of trying. I guess the stars must have aligned just right because on the spring road it drifted in 4 to 5 feet high across the trail when it usually hardly drifts there at all. We did spend a while shoveling a shelf for the drag to get through. Hopefully people go easy on that little section so we can keep getting the drags by the drifts. Last night the pole line was done by the LMC so that should be in good to great shape for today. Tonight we will groom the Blanchard and north trails again so they should be in good shape for Saturday as well. Right now we just don't have the manpower to get the elliotsville trail broke open again for this weekend and since the 4 miles of road that needs to be run are likely bare, it wasn't a top priority. We apologize for the inconvenience."

Guilford:3/15: Four Winds SC Facebook page report "After finally getting some much needed snow for the trails, things should be shaping up quite nicely for the weekend! The only bad news we have is that the section of the Harlow pond trail between Cleaves Farm and the trail to Sangerville Robinsons is now closed for the season due to logging. We are also dealing with a large mud hole on the powerline on the other side of Harlow pond as well, so the entire trail will no longer be groomed this season. All the other trails are open and will be groomed by Saturday morning.
ITS 85: Was groomed to Blanchard today, being groomed to Dover tonight. Should be in good shape for the weekend.
BREAKNECK RIDGE: Will be groomed tomorrow during the day. Should be in good shape for the weekend.
COVERED BRIDGE TRAIL: Will be groomed tonight. Should be in good shape.
FRENCH CONNECTION: Will be groomed by the weekend.
HARLOW POND TRAIL: No longer being groomed. Ride with caution.

Corinna:: Corundel Raiders SC


Eustis/Stratton :3/17: "2-3 feet fresh powder. All trails groomed in last 24 hours. Full grooming all weeend."- Arnold Trail SC, Facebook Page

New Portland :3/16: " Trails have been groomed after big snowfall. It should be great spring time riding while it lasts. Ride safe" - B.Bucklin, Wire Bridge Sno-Travelers

Kingfield:3/15: "Hurrah some snow to play with!! Trail #115 North to Carrabassett Valley and South to ITS are being packed down today (Wed. 15th)
Thursday, the 16th The groomers will be out going on trail # 115 North to Carrabassett Valley and South to ITS 84.
On Friday the groomers will be grooming out across the river.
Saturday groomers will be grooming Trail #115 North to Carrabassett Valley and South to ITS 84.
Come enjoy this new snowfall. Absolutely Beautiful. As always ride safely!! - S Boyce, Sno-Wanderers Club of Kingfield.

Lexington-Highland-Concord-Pleasant Ridge :: Lexington-Highlanders SC


Springfield :3/19: Quad County SC web site, Facebook page See where the groomer has been reports :"We just got back from grooming to the Locks which is trail 105 south....a few bare patches, but all in all....trails are great"

Orrington:3/18: "ALERT: The snowmobile trail going through the Rocky Knoll Country Club property is hereby closed indefinitely. The landowners and managers are fed up with snowmobiles going off trail. It poses a risk of fairway destruction. Do not attempt to use that trail. You will be trespassing. Violators will be arrested if caught. Sad how one or a few people have no regard for rules. Now everyone must lose. Regretfully, OTR President Laurie La Violette" - Orrington Trail Riders

Enfield:3/17: "2:30am and the trail to Burlington is complete. Watch out for some wet spots in the woods west of Lowell Rd and the plowed roads are thin but overall it came out beautifully! Time for bed...." -Cold Stream Sno-Riders

Lincoln :3/17: Lincoln Snowhounds SC Facebook page report-Bill Lucas: "Lincoln area trail report. Today we have one groomer on ITS 81 doing the Burlington run. The other machine is on the in-town trails, namely parts of 1, all of 2, 3, 4, & 6. Most of our trail system will be covered by the end of the day with the exception of ITS 82. We may groom that tomorrow night. It will be too warm during the day to groom on Saturday. The trail is laying down very nicely today but not setting up real fast. Sleds riding on the fresh groomed trail that has not set up are being hard on it. That being said I would say about 90% is excellent, the other 10% is good. Unfortunately, I do not believe that the clubhouse is going to be open this weekend, but get out there and enjoy those trails. It may be our last weekend grooming as funds are getting low. Happy Trails!"

Bucksport:: Family SC, web site


Downeast Sunrise Trail:3/20: "With the warm weather in the past few days, currently 48 degrees, the groomed trail is deteriorating fast, many bare spots especially in the middle where everybody rides."- Sunrise Trail web site or Facebook page

Cherryfield :3/18: "The sunrise trail from Franklin to Cherryfield has been groomed tonight" - Narraguagus SC web site report, Facebook page

Beddington:3/16: "ITS 81 N to the Gasapias Lake Intersection and ITS 84 N toward Milford is being groomed and will be ready for the weekend. Looks pretty good, a few bare spots. Ride while you can! ITS 81 S has some bare spots in blueberry fields." - Reggie Archer, Airline Riders SC, Routes 9 & 193, Beddington, 207 638-2301.

Calais :: Sunrise Snowmobilers Facebook page

CENTRAL MAINE (Greater LA, Augusta, Waterville etc)

Lewiston:3/17 :"Wow! We have snow! The gates have been opened and some grooming has started up. Enjoy the weekend and get out there. Most brooks are still frozen, but there is an occasional water hole. Stetson Brook has opened a hole at trail crossing. Cross at your own risk." - Chris Fournier, Club Reporter, Hillside Family Riders SC, Facebook page

West Gardiner :3/17:"All trails are now open and groomed with the exception of Rt 32R Alternate (Spears Corner crossing by Devyn Construction) which is closed until a reroute can be established due a housing development. Use caution on trail to lake as this has not been groomed as yet. " Cobbosseecontee SC

Gardiner:3/15 : " At last some white gold! Grooming will resume this week and all trails will be groomed for the weekend." - Brian Winchester, Gardiner Ridge Riders

Palermo:: Palermo SC


Sidney: :

Belgrade:: Belgrade Draggin Masters


Winthrop:: Hillandalers SC


Sanford-Springvale:3/19: " ALL CLUB MAINTAINED TRAILS ARE OFFICIALLY OPENED! And I was almost ready to put the groomer away! What a roller-coaster. Winter returns with several cold days and now about 18 inches of new snow as I write this. We did groom a few trails Saturday, the 18th and will head out again on Sunday the 19th. The trails are better than expected and there is no water on the groomed trails. There are a few water holes by the Mousam River Bridge on the Double Pole Lines. Take advantage of the snow as there are only a couple weeks lift to ride. Water by RT 99 area is not passable." - Southern Maine SnoGoers web site report

Waterboro :3/18: Ossipee Mountaineers SC reports "Russ and Kevin groomed 89 north and chadbourne and 89 south shawn groomed.. thank you gentlemen.."

Cumberland/North Yarmouth:3/16: "From Joe Arsenault: 102 powerline, Rines Forest, Blueberry/Bruce Hill over to J Bros all groomed!" Moonlite Sno-Skimmers Facebook page

Hollis:3/15: ""Last week i was about to put the club sleds and drags away for the year, glad i procrastinated. We had a good freeze up over the weekend and about a foot and a half of powder last night, no better time than the present to get out and ride, just watch out for rocks or stumps that might be just under the surface. As soon as the trails are packed down we will be out to drag, hopefully before the weekend. If you get out before the groomers today or tomorrow try to keep to the right and take it easy to keep packing down the snow on the trails instead of blowing it out in the woods. Let us know if there are any trails that can't be broken on normal sleds and we will try to get out with the wide tracks to open them up. " - Dan Yarumian, Hollis Honkers SC

Porter, Parsonsfield, South Hiram :3/11: Sacopee Valley Snowdrifters Facebook page reports "Little chilly out there this morning, add the wind chill, down right cold. We got 2-4" of fresh powder, depending on where you, and the wind is whipping it around. Any water or mud holes should be frozen, however use caution if you are riding. Several area ponds have open water around the ecges, don't trist the ice. Ride safe, ride right, ride as if your life depends on it."

Lyman:: Lyman SC