After about 8 inches of unpredicted snowfall, our lodge trails got packed down by our kids in a jet sled behind a snowmobile!  We work with the gear we can find until we can get our hands on an actual Drag. To my surprise, it worked really well and even looks pretty!

The Lodge loop has be packed and has tracks set and the Village trail also has tracks set. Use caution if coming down the hill on the Village Trail. We set track going down as we do not have a way to lift the drag.

The snowshoe trails (Upper and lower Stump Dump) have not been broken out since the new snow, but you can still follow the trail.

Lastly, we have created a trail out to the lake! (Upper Shin Pond)  There are endless opportunities to ski and snowshoe with a great view of Mt Chase out on the pond! This trail isn’t yet marked, so check in with us about where to find it.

1/28: Penobscot River Trails Update – We have officially set track in most areas of our ski trails! Our grooming operator is out currently and has groomed the following trails:

•Long Logan Loop – Track set
•Silver Maple Trails – Track set
•Tote Road – Track set
•Riverside Trail – Track set in most spots •Long Meadow Hill Trail

1/12: Katahdin Woods & Waters National Monument (Friends of Katahdin Woods & Waters) have packed their trail system, but only the New River Road to Haskell Hut and the East Branch Road Loop are groomed.

For your most up to date grooming reports for skiing, fat tire biking, and snowshoeing in the Katahdin Region check out our new document from Katahdin Area Trails that includes live updates from all of our amazing regional trails! Katahdin Region Winter Grooming Reports