Current News:
Activities Winter 2017

Sat. January 21st

9am - Club Ride to Jacks Canyon/Ruckel Shelter

9am-2pm Open House - Feel free to drop by the club house to visit, warm up, eat lunch or use the restroom.

 

Next membership meeting February 4 at 5:00pm


Our new logo is now available on tshirts and hoodies:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Order Form link below (need to order by Feb. 15th for next batch)

http://tollgatetrailfinders.org/advertising/business-advertisers.html

 

January Calendar 2017 [All Events start at the TTF Clubhouse]

Jan 21

9am - Club Ride to Jacks Canyon/Ruckel Shelter

9am-2pm Open House - Feel free to drop by the club house to visit, warm up, eat lunch or use the restroom.

Jan 28

9am - Bone Springs Trail Ride

Feb 4

9-11am - Pancake Breakfast

9:30am - Advanced Ride Seven Meadows/Look-Out Mountain

5pm - General Membership Meeting

6pm - Potluck Dinner

 

The Poker Draw, Fun Runs, and Raffles were a big success on December 31. The addendance was huge and it was a successful fund-raiser for the club. We took in over $1000 in donations.  It was great seeing a lot of new faces. A big thanks to Bob Carrell for cooking chili, and to all who brought food for New Year's Eve! Thanks to the vendors who contributed prizes for the raffle (RideNow Powersports, JMC Motorsports, Experience Powersports, Goss Family Jewelers, Harmon Upholstery and Mid Vally Chrysler/Jeep/Dodge).

 

Club minutes are now posted under the top menu, Board/Minutes.


Elections were held March 2016, with a good attendance at the General meeting.  Elected Officers are:

President - Bob Carrell

Vice President - Brandon Christensen

Treasurer - Tammy Christensen

Secretary - Dottie Carrell

Parlimentarian - Dewayne Harvill

 

Newly Elected Board members are:

Jack Preston, Bob Smith, Mike Kelly, Cody Smith, Donnie Hanson, Andrew Grissom, and Cecil Berry.


PROPERTY OWNERS ON THE TRAIL: You are covered through OSSA for liability insurance. Go to NEWS/Property Owners on this website to check for your name if your property is on the trail system. Thank You.


LINK TO TRAIL MAPS

Click on the link below for individual trails maps to print:

http://tollgatetrailfinders.org/news/tollgate-trail-maps.html

 To Navigate to Maps - On top Menus Click on News, then Trail Maps.

Snow Depth Link

Below is a link to more weather information - particularly snow depths:

http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/detail/or/snow/?cid=nrcs142p2_046181

Tollgate snow line number 541-566--2784.
February 23, 2013

This recording is updated with current conditions everytime the groomers go out.

Weather Underground PWS KORTOLLG2

Grooming Reports 2017 (snow line 541-566--2784)

January 20th, 2017
This week we have groomed the Chalet/Shumway loop, McIntyre, Powerline, 3719 Coyote, to the store twice, to Baldy twice.  We groomed to Bone Springs on Jubilee Rd, to Timothy shortcut, back 6413, also Skyline, Elk Trail, Morning Creek Snow Park twice, will be grooming tomorrow to Ruckle and back, Spout Springs, Gordon Creek, trails will be in good shape for the week-end.
Monday Jan. 16
We groomed around the Chalet/Shumway, 3719, to Spout, back Pole Trail, out to the top of Baldy, Powerline, McIntyre to the store, across the highway.  Just to let you know because we probably will not be grooming until Friday if the weather straightens out by then.  They are predicting freezing rain, rain, wet snow falling with at least one day of above freezing temperatures.  
January 13th 2017
This week we groomed down to the Chalet to McDougal and back to the store, bladed the clubhouse out, did the highway crossing at the store, groomed to Bone Springs and back, Skyline, McIntyre, Powerline, up through Spout to Andies, to Ruckel, back Gordon Creek loop plus in and out of Snow Parks and highway crossings.  About 8-12 inches of new snow this week, and cold temperatures.  Good week of grooming.
Jess Thompson,
TTF grooming chairman

January 6, 2017
We groomed the following places this week:  Chalet/Shumway loop, 3719 (Coyote) to Spout and back Pole Trail, through Spout, Andies Prairie, Balloon Tree, Gordon Creek Loop, to Ruckle and back, out to Jubilee, Bone Springs, Skyline Rd, Powerline, McIntyre Loop. Also bladed the clubhouse.   Everything is in great shape and frozen solid.  The Sno Cats are running good with just minor problems.  We did have an overhead door problem with the north door, and got that fixed Friday.  
Jess Thompson, TTF grooming chairman

Tollgate TrailFinders Facebook

See & Post News and Photos on our Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tollgate-Trail-Finders-Snowmobile-Club/216591179932

Sno Park Permits

Washington Sno Park permits will NOT be honored in Oregon Sno Parks this year according to the Oregon Forest Service.  An Oregon Sno Park permit can be purchased at the DMV (maybe Stateline Polaris also).



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