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Trail Report By:
Paul & Cindy Hammers -
0f Drummond Island
Drummond Island Trail Report:
DATE: Jan 17 2017
BASE: 2-4 inches
PAST 24 Hrs: 0 inches
Poor to Excellent
Jan 17, 2016
So far the trails are holding up. Lets just hope this warm weather we have coming doesnt
do to much damage. The over all base varies from 4 inch to 12 inches. There is currently
a logging operation on the trail 493 (the plains area) for 7 miles. This logging will
continue all winter. I have upgraded the trails over all as good but there are areas that
are in poor shape and some in Excellent shape. Ride with caution!
West End: West end of the island is in Good to Excellent shape
East End: Nothing much has changed from my last report on this end of the Island. I would
caution that with this warm temps. they are predicting this end may suffer the most. The
east shore from the Marble Head look out to Glen Cove along the shore line is VERY poor.
The shore line that continue’s to the Maxton Plains is Very Poor with little snow(and very
little lubrication), lots of running water and logging. If you stay out of those areas the
rest of this end of the Island is in great shape. You can go to Marble Head you just have
to take trail 496 at Cornbeef Junction and return that way. Dont try to continue the loop.
You will get wet and muddy.
Remember it takes less than 15 mins for hypothermia to set in once your wet so use extreme
caution near these water holes.
* Let it Snow * Let it Snow * Let it Snow * Let it Snow * Let it Snow * Let it Snow * Let
it Snow *
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