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Looking to drive the trailer to St. Georges and stay three nights and do day trips from there. Anyone know if there is enough snow the be able to ride right from the hotels to the trail heads. We would be driving up from Colebrook NH   

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I was thinking of riding that area over the weekend myself so messaged another member (GKW) who left Beauceville earlier in the week and rode to RDL, rode that area a few days this week and returned. Here is what he said after he rode back to the truck last night:

We rode back today from RDL to Beauceville today and the trail was awesome until the last 3-4 miles into 55/75.  The trails by this weekend will be rock hard, but there is more fresh snow on top the closer you get to RDL.  But really 5 miles west on 55 from the clubhouse is excellent.
Keep an eye on the weather and hope for snow squalls and dustings.
There is still an incredible base on all the trails we rode today.

Good luck!

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Looking at the snow depth website, I would say you are at the edge of acceptable.  I would plan my trips to the east and not west.

Jack & Sandi

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Tardy report here on conditions to GET to RDL via 55.  We left RDL on Thurs am after the rain to head back to 55/75 in Beauceville.  Trails were very hard and smooth with just enough snow cover to have great traction and plenty of steering.  35 was mostly excellent.  While also allowing the sleds to coast when you let off the gas!  The two 1200s got 18MPG and the 900 got 23!

When we left Beauceville on Monday, the trail was closed for a bridge that was out.  That bridge is only a couple miles from the clubhouse and is not fully repaired.  It is also where the fresh snow cover disappeared. So only the last 2 miles into the clubhouse is icy.  (There is still a massive base there, but they need more new snow.). That said, the parking lot is pure mud and we were the only truck there and the clubhouse was closed at 2 on a Thursday.  Very spotty looking trails south of there and bare fields down through Armstrong.

GW

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Just re-read my posting.  Hope not to discourage anyone from taking the trail to RDL.  Even if you park at the new Club du Golf hotel, you can still leave from there and ride awesome trails all the way through Lac Etchemin, St Magliore, St Pamphile, over the mountain on 557, etc.  Those trails are all mint!  Much more fun that riding in the truck!!

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