According to this article in the Duluth News Tribune, snowmobile trail access (and other outdoor activity) is being threatened due to property tax limitations. Hunters and snowmobilers will be denied access to popular land in northern St. Louis county. Not good. Read the full story here. (Duluth News Tribune)
They are at it again. We continue to fight. Here’s an alert we got from the BlueRibbon Coalition and they need our comments. Read on… Dear Action Alert Subscribers, SITUATION The National Park Service (NPS) has prepared a Draft Winter Use Plan and Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Draft Plan/SEIS) forYellowstoneNational Park. The purpose of
by Lewis McLeod Sterling Mountain is located in northwestern British Columbia, approximately forty miles north of Terrace on Highway 113. The main trails are maintained by the Skeena Valley Snowmobile Club, along with two cabins. This year, it has been a snowmobiler’s paradise, with somewhere between twelve and fourteen feet of snow at the second cabin
There’s snow in them thar woods! With snow being scarce, the team decided to go North…way North. As we travelled toward Tower, Minnesota, we could only imagine the snowmobiling to be so good. With our busy schedules and other duties, we aren’t able to travel to Upper Michigan where the plethora of dedicated snowmobilers have
There hasn’t been much call for snowmobile trail maps this season simply because there hasn’t been snow to ride on. There’s still plenty of winter left and it’s a matter of time when we get hit. When we do, be prepared because you’ll want to get out and enjoy it as much as you can.