**** Please be courteous of others and clean up after yourself when using CLC warm up shelters. ****
We want to advise all riders to please be cautious when riding trail 302A between Balgonie and Highway #210. Saskatchewan Highway’s has blown snow in spots along the highway ditch that has created large drop-offs on the side of the trail. Please be very careful and stay on the trail. Highway’s also blew the snow in the ditch on trail 302A down to the grass east of Edenwold, we will be rerouting this trail through the field. Lastly, due to the Fort Qu’Appelle Winter Festival this weekend we have had to move the trail markers on trail 302C when entering the lake from the Fort Campground down the trail about 4 10ths of a kilometer to allow for traffic on the lake during the festival.
Marked and groomed trail 302B from ski-hill to end of Mission Lake
Marked Trail 302G from Junction of 302A at top of the ski hill to junction of 339B.
The Jimmy has been repaired and if the winds ever calm down we will hopefully be grooming Pasqua and Echo lakes before the weekend.
Marked trail 302B from Lipton to Robo’s in Fort Qu’Appelle.
Marked and groomed trail 302A from junction of 302F at Roosters to Robo’s at Fort Qu’Appelle.
Trail 302D is marked and groomed from junction of 302B to junction of 302C
Trail 302B is marked and groomed from Dysart to Lipton. It was a long day as we had to reroute this trail.
Trail 302C is marked and groomed from Spanco’s Shelter to Dysart.
We have begun signing our trails. This is a slow process due to the extreme cold temperatures.
– Trail 302C has been marked from Fort Qu’Appelle (Robo’s) to Spanco’s Shelter
– Trail 302F has been marked from Buffalo Crossing to Rooster’s Shelter.
– Trail 302A has been marked from Rooster’s Shelter to the junction of hwy10 & 210.
We would like to extend a huge thank you to Ryan Barnard and Infinity Fire Protection for paying for the siding that was installed on Deer Creek Lodge this year. Deer Creek Shelter is looking real good and now has 12 volt lighting as well as 120 volt plugs installed along with a generator.
Finished siding both ends of Deer Creek shelter. Thank you Robert, Tim and Bill!
We finally started siding Deer Creek shelter. Thanks to the 3 members that worked all day getting the front completed. You can check out the photos in the Gallery.
Thanks to all those that helped haul wood to the warmup shelters and clean up the trail into Spanco’s. Without your help this club would not exist!