Thursday, February 22nd
Most of the trails we routinely groom were groomed last tonight. Fresh, firm, and fast corduroy exists on Grassy Loops, Old Gauge, Mead, Crockertown, Sargent, and FORD.
Snowy Loops was too soft to successfully groom, with many postholes and water. The bridge at the east entrance to Grassy Loops is flooding and impassible at this time. Grassy Loops #3 (by the river) was not groomed due to flooding.
Use caution everywhere as there a many more exposed rocks, roots, stumps, and other debris from the recent thaw.
Important Winter Parking Info: With the Campbell Field bridge out, please leave the Stratton Brook Hut parking lot for overnight guests of Maine Huts & Trails. Parking is available at the following locations:
This trail condition page is hosted by CRNEMBA on behalf of the Carrabassett Valley trails Committee (CVTC). The CVTC is a partnership between the Town of Carrabassett Valley, CRNEMBA, Maine Huts & Trails and Sugarloaf created to coordinate and fuel the growth and maintenance of the unique, world class trail system here in the Carrabassett Region. A subcommittee was recently appointed to manage the maintenance and opening and closing of the trails. The following will guide those decisions:
|102||Rt 27 Connector||Note bridge is out! See Sugarloaf Outdoor Center for trail status and ticket info south of Route 27.|
|201||Grassy Loops||Groomed February 21, watch for flooding on the main loop (passable) at at the east entrance (not passable).|
|201 #1||Grassy Loops #1|
|201 #2||Grassy Loops #2||Groomed February 21, watch for holes on the sides|
|201 #3||Grassy Loops #3||Flooded, inaccessible. Last groomed February 16|
|202||Goldenrod||Groomed February 21|
|203||Mike’s Mile 59|
|204||Old Gauge||Groomed February 21|
|205||Meade Trail||Groomed February 21, watch for icy sections|
|206||Crockertown||Groomed February 21|
|207||Sargent Trail||Groomed February 21|
|211||F.O.R.D.||Groomed February 21|
|2??||Snowy Loops||Too soft to groom, many significant postholes and water. Last groomed February 16|
|502||Carriage Trail||This trail connects the Sugarloaf Village with the West Mountain area and is frequently packed by Sugarloaf and open to riding.|