We are enjoying the best snowmobiling of the season and it just keeps getting better. With the cold temps the snow is light and fluffy. Powder over the hood in most places. The recent storms produced around 2’ of new snow over the weekend and with winds the snow field erased the tracks from the previous day. Several of our snow buds played all weekend and it was amazing! There is great riding for everyone on the mountain right now. From untracked meadows and boon docking to hill climbing the snow is perfect! So get out and enjoy!! According to NOAA weather the temps should remain below freezing so it should be a great week. Be safe and have fun. Be sure to check in with Wallowa Avalanche Center “And” wear your Avalanche beacons.
Our thoughts and Prayers are with the families and friends of those caught in the Avalanche near Easton Wa.
Heres a few things to put on your calendar.
March 3rd at 9am – Advanced GPS Ride – Backcountry and GPS Skills focus for this ride. Led by Brandon Christensen. Note: for advanced riders only
March 3rd at 9:30 am – Family Ride to Ruckel Junction – led by Cecil Berry
March 3rd at 5pm – TTF Club meeting and Elections.
March 3rd at 6pm – Annual Steakout. After the club meeting we will be BBQing your favorite steak or whatever you would like to put on the grill. It will be potluck style…Please bring a salad or dessert and the Club will furnish baked potatoes, bread rolls and all the toppings for the spuds.