January 3rd 2018
Over the holidays Char Creek and Boundary were hit quite hard. We were dismayed by the clear lack of respect some riders showed carving and splicing the trails up. The trail systems are not there to be carved into. Please help us preserve the trails for all to enjoy. DO NOT carve on the trails or whip donuts in the middle of the trail. Grooming of Char and Boundary will commence this week. Followed by Bathie and Kid Creek.
Never Lost Snowmobile Map Creston
NEVER LOST CRESTON 16/17 is now available on Itunes and Google Play Store. We worked hard with Allan Bouchard last week to help him develop an AP that helps you know where you are.. what's around you and how to find areas to ride if you're new to the area or have friends visiting wanting to snowmobile. We have terrain ratings and suggestions included. While Cellphones can interfere with a transceiver signal, this app once downloaded allows you to flip it to airplane mode so as not to interfere with your avalanche transceiver! Cell service is not required to utilize the ap when you're out in the back country. Here are the direct links on Itunes and google play! Thank you again Allan and Never Lost Snowmobile Trails!
Next Meeting Jan 3rd
Meetings the first Wednesday of each month, Next Meeting
6:00 Directors, 6:30 General membership
New Land Closures
A reminder to everyone. We have New closures in place. Bayonne/Arkansas Lake, and Placer Lake are all closed. We are working hard to reverse these closures, but your compliance is a must. Don't let one person ruin it for everyone. Thank you. Trish Drinkle
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Jan 27th Family night ride
Feb 3rd Hot Dog Dash
March 3rd Poker Run
Skills Development Clinic TBA
Avalanche and Safety Outreach
Are you riding prepared?
Emergency survival kit
Pre Trip Plan informing others where you'll be riding, and when you'll be home
Have you checked the Avalanche Forecast? www.avalanche.ca
Whether you stick to logging roads, or boondock in the back country you are in potential Avalanche terrain. Ride to survive.