North Country Rivers Snowmobile Trail Report

Bingham, Maine


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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Light rain (.14 inches) forecast for today. Temperatures begin dropping tonight and through tomorrow. A light snow shower is possible on Thursday. Temperatures will stay below freezing throughout the upcoming weekend and into next week.

Currently, we have 2 feet of snow in the woods and 8-12 inches of snow on the trails. With the colder temperatures, the groomers will be grooming nightly.

ITS 84 east is groomed and fair shape to the pole line at the end of Mahoney Hill Rd where we meet the Athens and Solon Clubs.

ITS 84 west over the Solon Dam is also groomed in fair shape . We do not recommend the Carrabassett River crossing on the trail to Kingfield.

The Lexington and Concord area clubs have also been out in full capacity maintaining trails. This trail system offers higher elevation riding well into the spring. Signage is minimal if you are use to the ITS system and maps are a challenge to come by,  but this area is worth learning.
Special thanks to Dr. Dave, our world class groomer, and the Valley Riders Snowmobile Club, they volunteer a tremendous amount of time so we can ride the trails. The Club has done a great job this year and in previous years. Please consider donations to the Valley Riders Snowmobile Club. You can make donations and join the club at North Country Rivers or directly to the club: Valley Riders Snowmobile Club, PO Box 21, Bingham, Maine 04920.

Call Toll Free (1-800-348-8871)  for Snowmobiles and Cabin Rentals.

Our restaurant – Patrick’s Restaurant and Pub – is currently open Friday and Saturday evenings (5:00 PM till closing) and lunch on Saturday and Sunday – Public Welcome!

See you on the trails!

North Country Rivers