Yes, most of the trails in the Jackman trail system are open and are being groomed. For the most part, there is plenty of snow on the trails and groomers are going out nightly. “Groomer drivers reported that all trails are hard and flat. More snow would just sweeten the mix.”
But if you are coming up to ride this week, use caution as trail work and signage is not complete and there are people out doing this. The trail master recommends you stay to the right, watch for culverts until we get more snow (especially 89S). ITS 88 to Rockwood is probably the roughest. Some areas are plowed.
I am sure in town are are a little rough but they have been groomed so as of this morning, in good shape.
If you need a place to stay, give us a call at Cozy Cove Cabins. Spend Christmas with us even as I think we are definitely having a white one.
Go to our chamber site for daily [url=http://jackmanmaine.org/maine-snowmobile-trail-report.php]Maine Snowmobile Trail Reports[/url].
Also, sending out a great big THANK YOU ❗ ❗ to Missy Newman (she is involved with the Border Riders club and other groups plus works at Jackman Power sports) for her trail updates.