Category: Winter Trail Conditions

Hiked the new snowshoe trail at Nose Lake.  It starts on the west side.  Nicely flagged and brushed.  Great route through a verity of woods. Here’s a link to the updated Google map. https://goo.gl/maps/ttcWY89jevz4YhZa7    

Cassian Trail is in great shape for biking, hiking or running.  Especially the middle section between of Timber Lake Rd and Sheep Ranch Rd and the north section, between Sheep Ranch Rd up to the Beaver Lake Rd parking  lot. Colors are great.
The Cassian Trail has just been mowed from Hwy K to Beaver Lake Road and is in great shape for biking, hiking or a run.  The bike route in the southern section of the Cassian Trail (Hwy K to Timber Lake Rd) has a well signed bypass to avoid the wetland which follows the snowmobile […]
The weather for Saturday’s work day on the Nose Lake Ski Trail looks to be just fabulous. We will meet on Nose Lake Road a half mile from Hancock Lake Road intersection at 9am. Our primary task will be to remove brush from about a 200 yard long section of trail. And then, just walk […]
We’ve cancelled the work day for today. Its too wet to move brush. Its been rescheduled for next Saturday, August 29th.
We need a couple dozen volunteers help to finish the reroute of the Nose Lake Ski Trail. The bulldozer work is done and now we need to walk the trail, pickup rocks, cut off roots, do a little filling of some holes, and move brush of a section about 200 yards long. Once this is […]
Construction of the Haul Road is going to start in the next few days out at the Washburn Silent Sports Trails area. The road extends from Trout Creek Road through the forest using existing ski trails and exits on Washburn Lake Road. Users of the ski trails may encounter trucks hauling gravel and compacting the […]
Nose Lake Ski Trail Work Day, Saturday, May 30th, 8 am until noonish. We need help! The marking and permissions for the reroute of the Nose Lake Ski Trail is done and we need to clear the corridor before the bulldozer arrives to finish the work. What is this you ask? RASTA has been working […]
In light of the recent weather along with today’s rain, we are suspending grooming operations at the three trail systems.  We would like to thank everybody for using the trails this winter, and look forward to seeing you again next winter.
That 2 inches of snow yesterday…resulted in some really nice fresh tracks this morning. Get out and enjoy them before the weekend meltdown.