Our trails remain closed due to insufficient snow cover. Current trail grooming is minimal.
This is Snowmobile safety week. We want to remind everyone to be riding safely: keep your speed down, ride to the right side of the trail, wear your helmet, keep a safe 3-4 second distance between sleds while riding in groups, stay on the designated trails, let someone know where you are going if you’re going out alone- otherwise ride with a friend, beware of culverts, sign posts, etc., and leave alcohol at home until you get back.
There will be a safety training course held on Feb. 5th & 6th at Ollies Service 111 Donna Ave, Alexandria. Contact them to sign up- 320-763-4455.
We only received about 2″ of snow overnight. Our trails remain closed for now. We are hoping to do some grooming/packing this week with our light drags. Snow is even marginal for that. The blowing snow will end up in our ditches and along our fence lines for us to drag around and pack in. We’ll keep you updated and hope to open trails as soon as we have enough snow to have tilled fields smooth, (or smoother).
We got 4-6″ (depending on want part of the County you’re in) of snow yesterday. It’s not quite enough to open trails, so our trails remain closed. We have started terracing with the groomers and have most of the gates open. All sloughs are packed and ice looks pretty safe overall. We’re hoping for more snowfall soon! Happy New year!
The Staff at Lake Carlos State Park has asked that snowmobilers please be respectful by staying on designated snowmobile trails and off ski trails!
Contact us with comments or trail concerns. Our e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Alexandria Chamber of Commerce
800-235-9441 or 320-763-3161
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The DATA trail has been GIS mapped. To view this data, download the free version of Google Earth and open our map file.
|N Little Alps|
|W Little Alps|
|S Little Alps|
|E Little Alps|
|Day||North East Trails|
|Carlos State Park|
|Head Of Lakes|
|E Central Lakes|
|W Central Lakes|