|Monday, March 08, 2021
- bskinner @ 15:52 PST
FPUI TRAILS ARE CLOSED.PLEASE DO NOT RIDE OUR TRAILS THAT WILL BE TRESPASSING. Thanks to all that made this year a great one.
Thursday, March 04, 2021
- bskinner @ 18:41 PST
FPUI Trail conditions. Trail C7P ( bike path) is closed due to lack of snow cover. Any trails that lead to the bike path are also closed. There is very little snow cover in the Mohawk River Valley. The gates leading to the bike path will be locked. The rest of our Trails are poor to good. They are very hard and no new snow for better than a week. They are icy, bare spots, and water holes so ride with Caution. This looks like the last weekend we will be able to ride based on the upcoming weather. More than likely we will be closing trails next week.
Friday, February 26, 2021
- bskinner @ 07:22 PST
FPUI Trail conditions: Mother nature has not been nice to our Trails. We had groomers out Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday to get our Trails back in shape from the weekend. We had new snow on Monday, which helped, but now with the warm weather there are water holes forming, little water ways opening up. Ice in the corners, and when the sun is out and high in the sky like it is now really takes a toll on the snow. We may not be able to groom unless the weather pattern changes and we may have to close trails soon. I will update with any changes when they happen. Ride Right and between the signs.
Monday, February 22, 2021
- bskinner @ 13:37 PST
FPUI Trail conditions, well the TRAILS got beat up pretty bad over the weekend, lots of sleds out. We want to thank All of you that came out for our Hot Dog Roast, it was a great time. Thanks to the Volunteers that helped with the Roast and especially to the Volunteers that maintain our Trails. We've been out with the the groomers yesterday and there are three out right now trying to finish getting the trails back in shape. There are some thin spots, icy corners, and water holes out there so Ride with Caution. I will update you when I can. Ride Safe, and to the Right side of the Trail