Previous Central Trail Conditions

The 212, Northside Trail and from Emerald to Mt. Stewart were all groomed last night and they turned out great. This could be your last chance for the central trail with the weather forcast so enjoy them. Sled safe .

The central groomer is heading out shortly to make a pass over the Northside Trail, Rte. 212 and then heading to Mt. Stewart on Rte.100 east to check out conditions. Sled safe and watch for lights.

The Central groomer came back from Mt. Stewart last night and went to Emerald on rte. 100. He is now nearly back to York where it will park for the day. The trails are in great shape so get out and enjoy as things could deteriate quickly. Sled safe and enjoy the day.

The Central groomer has completed the run on Rte. 100 from Elmira/Souris and has just turned at Emerald on it way back. The trail is very good with a couple of bare areas between St. Peters and Mt. Stewart. Still very icy in places around Hunter River. He will make 2 passes on the Northside Trail, rte 212 this evening and then back to Mt. Stewart. Sled safe and show your pass.

The Central groomer is on its way to Elmire/Souris on Rte. 100. It is slow going with the ice on the trail. The operator reports that there is a lot of large, very hard drifts between Morell and St. Peters. He cut what he could but there are still some problem areas. Sled safe and enjoy the nice weather.

The Central groomer is on its way to Elmire/Souris on Rte. 100. It is slow going with the ice on the trail. The operator reports that there is a lot of large, very hard drifts between Morell and St. Peters. He cut what he could but there are still some problem areas. Sled safe and enjoy the nice weather.

Finally something to report. The Central groomer is out and will be coming from Summerside on Rte. 100. The traveling is very slow with all the ice under the snow. The snow is also very fluffy and is hard to keep on the trail. We appreciate those sleds which are out ahead of us packing the trail. It ends up makeing a much better trail. I will update later when we have more information.

The central groomer went to Souris, Rte 100 and back yesterday. The operator reports good snow cover with a few bare spots. He is leaving for Emerald, Rte 100 west, after fuel up and will return thru the NorthSide Trail, Rte 212 today. Sled safe and pray for more snow!

The central groomer completed the Northside Trail, rte 212, this morning. It is passable but snow is scarse in places. The groomer will make a run to Mt. Stewart and than to Emerald. Enjoy the great trails and watch for groomers around the corners. Sled safe!

The central groomer went to Souris on rte 100 east and returned today. The operator reported a snow covered trail with some drifting in open areas. It is on its way west now reporting the same conditions. It is presently in Fredericton at 5pm. Sled safe and watch the drifts.

NOTICE. Due to a lack of snow, the Northside Trail , rte 212, is not groomed however some sleds are picking their way thru. We have received requests from Farmers with winter wheat fields asking that the sleds stay off these fields until we receive most snow. Sled safe and please obey these landowners requests.

The central groomer completed the run up to Elmira, rte 100, and also into Souris, rte 106. He is now in New Zealand on his return trip on 100 west at 7pm. The driver is reporting great snow with some bare spots between St. Peters and Mt. Stewart. The trails are in great shape so get out and enjoy. Sled safe and watch for lights.

The Central groomer left early this morning on its way east on rte. 100. He is in Morell as of 10 am and reports good snpw on the trail with some bare spots around Mt. Stewart. For a real time update, please go to our website and check out our tracking system. Sled safe

The Central groomer left York heading west on rte 100 this evening. He is seeing more snow west of Hunter River. He will be returning and going east to Souris on rte 100 east. There is not enought snow to groom the Northside Trail, rte 212, but if you are sledding on it please note that when you come out of the woods on the Union Road heading west, you now turn right and go down along the side of the road to a new section of trail. Please be careful as it is a work in progress and needs more signage. Sled safe

Well, we are off to an early start. Hopefully we don't lose it all this weekend.
The groomer left with the drag this morning and went to Emerald. It returned and is on its way to Souris. In Morell at 10 pm this evening. Snow is very good with a good cover on the trail. Going all night until its finished. Sled safe.

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