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SA quick trail update, yes we have finally gotten some snow too bad it is much too late.  I have noticed that many clubs in our area have closed the GIA trails due to unsafe ice conditions in the swamps and the creek crossings.  We also have many swamps and creek crossings so we will not be doing anything in regards to grooming.  

Technically our trails are still open until April 1st however we have already received notice from riders that some gates have already been shut on private land and I ask you to respect the landowners right to do this.   A quick rip down a closed trail could result in no trail next year. With the soft ground conditions under the snow agricultural land can easily be damaged.  Please use caution if you do so choose to ride.  I do believe that the Soo line, Munger, and Nemadji trail systems are open for snowmobile traffic.  Thank you everyone for your understanding in this unusual winter season we have had.


I would also like to remind our Landowners and club members who may be reading this that the Landowner and club member appreciation dinner is coming up fast.  Saturday April 6th at 4:30 pm is the social hour and 5:30 is dinner please RSVP Troy or Seth to ensure enough food will be available.


Thank you


Troy Johnson


Seth Koivisto



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Stay On The Trails. If you abuse it we will lose it. Our trails would not exist without the gracious support from land owners willing to give us access on their land. Stay on the trails and absolutely Do Not Trespass.  Where you go will leave a trail so keep it on the trail.

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