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Marathon Sno-Kickers Snowmobile Club updates trail grooming

Sno-Kickers are working to groom trails.
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WHITE RIVER -- Trail sees groomer after nearly two years of absence due to East-West Tie Hydro Line construction and regional travel bans.

White River was happy to see the arrival of their groomer after not being able to groom this section since February 2020 because of the East-West Tie Hydro Line construction and regional travel bans last year.

 Although this was a welcomed sight for many, the Sno-Kickers indicated that there is still work to be done on the trail before it can be opened to recreational snowmobile traffic.

Club members were informed that there is far less than normal snow in the area for this time of year to work with.

 Areas that are normally frozen are still wet, along with some extra brush to deal with from not being able to groom the trail last year.

“We could really use some volunteer help in White River to speed up the process of getting this trail open.

If anyone is interested message Marathon Sno-Kickers Snowmobile Club through Facebook.

The snowmobile club is reminding residents to refer to the OFSC interactive trail guide at www.ofsc.on.ca for up-to-date trail status and conditions.

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