Trail Conditions


In town trails are showing dirt spots and icey coroners, all managable. One mile out 89 south and flat and hard packed. Groomed last night. Long pond area was groomed last night. As you head south towards the Forks area things get thinner.

North of town on 89....groomer is currently out trying to fix bare spots and icey coroners, once you get past the airport(about a mile) Hard smooth and fast. Club is currently working on a reroute of 88. Heading north you will have to use Sugar Camp trail to get to 88. If coming from the border intersection of 88/89 will be closed and you will have to continue south on 89 until you get to Sugar Camp Trail do to a logging operation.

We still have plenty of snow once you get out of town. In town is still rideable. With snow and rain both in the forecast looks like a good weekend to come to Jackman.This weekend is the Rock Maple Racing on Long Pond. The Long Pond crossing will be shut down Saturday do to the race.


Left our office in town Jackman and headed north on 89. Took the club trail north thru the Border Riders Club House area, flat and smooth all the way north to you get back to 89. Took 89 south and this trail is FANTASTIC. Swung left at the 88 89 intersection and took 88 towards long pond. This trail is also in excellent condition.Crossed Long Pond and took the Long Pond trail back to 89 north. 89 north back to in town Jackman. In town trails are showing a couple spots of thinning as well as near the airport.These spots will be easily fixed tonight when the groomers go out.Over all these trails are in exellent condition. More snow in the forcast for next week. Border Riders and Long Pond Grooming.....Thank you and Great Job!!!!!!!!!!


From what we are hereing the trails are in great shape with great coverage over to Rockwood and Pittston Farms down as far as the Forks. As soon as we have any more specific information we will be sure to post an update.


Probably do not need to here it from us but the trails are in good shape after this weekends storm. Groomers will be out this week as will Coburn Summit Riders and Pittston Farms.

Trails are flat and fast with no real icy spots and no rocks or exposures to speak of. There is a couple inches of snow forcasted throughout this week and a sizable storm on its way in for the weekend.

If you haven't been out and have had the itch, come up and see us! We did a short ride yesterday in and around Long Pond all the way down to Lake Parlin and back up ITS 89 north to town and conditions were better than last weekend with more coverage, no bare spots and plenty of fresh snow on top for lubrication.

We are hoping to get back out this week and provide a more detailed report before the weekend.

Ride right, ride safe and think snow!