Seney Snowmobile Association Trail Report

  • Trail Condition: Good
  • Last Groomed: January 22nd, 2023
  • Reported On: January 22nd, 2023 @ 9:41pm

Groomer Report

In and out out Seney has some snirty spots and some corners are a little thin. But once you’re to the north of Seney a bit trails are in good shape. We are grooming daily so keep an eye out for the groomers.  Our trails are 43, 431,440 and 8 heading to the Bear Trap. Consider this is the current update and we’ll update when conditions change.

Trail 431 going though the swamp is not open yet so stay off of that one. It’s not frozen and the entrance to it along side the ball field in Seney, has a big mud hole you’ll want to avoid it. We’ll update everyone when we can open that section of trail. So just take trail 440 north out of Seney along M-77 until we open it up.

We’d like to let everyone know that the SSA is using GroomerTracker this year. If you download their app and follow the SSA. You’ll be able to see where are groomers are and what we’ve groomed. So download their free app today. It only cost you $10 for the hole season to see where and what we’ve groomed. Half of the fee is donated back to the SSA. Here’s a link so you can download it. 

We wanted to let everyone know that registration has started for the 19th Annual Snowmobile Vets Ride. Registration ends Feb 20, 2023. So get signed up early if you want to join us to honor our Veterans. More information is on our website here’s a link.

Remember Ride Right and Stay Safe

If you’d like to become a Member of the Seney Snowmobile Association Click Here

Up coming Seney Snowmobile Association Events and Fundraisers

Groomer’s Ball Feb 18, 2023

Snowmobile Vet Ride is March 4,2023

Motorcycle Vet Ride June 3, 2023

Trail Maintenance days are September 15-16, 2023

For updated club events and information and trail reports you can call the Seney Snowmobile Association’s office at 906-499-3200.

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