Trail Report

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Edit
Trail Number Last Groomed On Snow Depth/Conditions Notes
1 12/22/2018 Snow conditions are good and trails well groomed.  Approximately 3' down low, with 3.5-4' at the top of the pass.
2 12/22/2018 See above.
3 12/22/2018 See above.
4 12/22/2018 See above.
5 12/22/2018 See above.
6 12/22/2018 See above.
7 12/22/2018 See above.
8 12/22/2018 See above.
9 12/22/2018 \n

See above.

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10 12/22/2018 See above.
11 12/22/2018 See above.
12 12/22/2018 See above.
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See where our Groomers have been operating!

\r\nYou can pan/zoom around the map to look as specific areas. Anywhere you see lines/dots, that is where the groomer has been. You can click the dots to see exactly when the groomer was on that section of trail.\r\n\r\nIf you see a "No Messages to Display" error, that means the Groomer has not been out in the last 7 days.\r

Lolo Groomer

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Garnet Groomer

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Note! All mechanical over-the-snow vehicles, including bicycles, now need trail stickers. Here are links on where to get yours:\r\nMontana Resident Trail Pass Permit (See "Snowmobile Permits" section)\r\nMontana Non-Resident Temporary Permits (See "Snowmobile Permits" section)\r\nIdaho Non-Resident Temporary Permits\r

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