The rumor is that due to lower precipitation this year the Forest Service may need to impose chain saw restrictions early this year. We need to decide if there is trail or shelter work that needs to be done.
Election results from March 7th meeting:
Board positions - Elected for the 2015-2016 Season are Brandon Christensen, Chris Jenson, Lynn Kent, Linda Batterton, and David Baird. See Board on top menu for the complete list of current officers and Board members.
The winner of the Raffle drawing for the BarBQ from Ranch and Home was John and Shiela Archibald.
If you are interested in leading a ride or hosting an event at the clubhouse please contact Amy Hamann at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the link below for individual trails maps to print:
To Navigate to Maps - On top Menus Click on News, then Trail Maps.
Trail Work - If you ride the trails - Please Help Maintain them.
Call Bob Carrell 509-947-2944, or Brandon Christensen 509-830-3706.
PLEASE - RIDE SAFE and SANE. We have already been shut out of some trails - STAY on the trails through private property.
Below is a link to more weather information - particularly snow depths:
Contact info for the admin of the weather station and/or this website is:
Dottie at email@example.com
The Tollgate weather history graph can be viewed at:
This recording is updated with current conditions everytime the groomers go out.
This change has been at the direction of a attorney. To be voted on at 6pm 3/2/13 at the membership meeting along with the election of board members. The change is that the prior version stated that the assets would be sold in the event of a dissolution and any money left would be distributed to the current members at the time of dissolution. It turns out we can't do this and any money left must be given to another non-profit(s) as decided by the current members and board of directors.
For general snowmobile club questions - Amy Hamann 509-531-6802.
For the lower trails (from the clubhouse down) the contact will be Bob Carrell (509-947-6421) so if you have any questions or concerns he will be your direct contact.
For upper trails the contact is still Bernie Chapman, 509-520-5129
These people will be able to bring to the board ideas for improving safety and access in their areas. In the past people may not have been sure who to contact with questions.