Snowmobile & ATV Trails Grooming Report
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then click on the camera icon at the jct of Hwy 138 & 230

Another BIG THANK YOU to the Rogue Snowmobile Club for putting on great Mt. Bailey 3000 Poker Run. 

March 23rd,2014

Well gang, we have to throw in the towel on grooming.  There is not enough snow take the groomer out.  Snowmobilers are going to the Three Lakes Snow Park and riding from there to the Mt. Bailey area.  Be safe and have a good summer season ...

Current Conditions at 8:00am:

Temperature: 

New Snow in the last 24 hours:    

Snow base at 5,200 feet:

Snow base at Three Lakes Snow Park (5,400 feet): 

Snow base at Three Lakes Junction (6000 feet):

 

All highways leading to Diamond Lake are open, plowed and sanded.  Check chain requirements for vehicles towing snowmobile trailers.

Think Snow!!!

Diamond Lake Resort Snowmobile Trails Groomed:

Crater Lake National Park ... February 21st

Around Diamond Lake ...  March 10th

Mt. Bailey Connecter ... March 1st

Summit Rock ...  February 22nd

Lake West to Three Lakes Snow Park ...

Three Lakes Snow Park to Three Lakes Jct. ...March 1st

Lake West to Hamaker Snow Park ... N/A

Mt. Bailey ... February 22nd

Dog Prairie ... February 20th

Skookum Prairie ... February 22nd

Garwood Butte ... January 22nd

Fish Creek ...  N/A

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Roseburg CC Riders, Snowmobile Trails Groomed:

Diamond Lake To Lemolo Lake ... February 1st

Elephant Mountain  .....

Kelsey Mountain Loop  .....

Windigo Way .....

Bear Creek  ..... February 1st

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Cross Country Ski Trails Groomed:

 

Northern Exposure ...  February 21st

Diamond Lake Campground  ... February 21st

The Outback ... February 21st

Cross Country Skiers please note ... The Silent Creek Ski Trail is closed due to logging of dead trees

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There are over 300 miles of well signed and groomed trails in the Diamond Lake area. Diamond Lake Resort and the Oregon State Snowmobile Association's grooming programs have put the Diamond Lake Area in the top 15 favorite places to snowmobile in the west.  On each sign post is a number (41 here) that corresponds with a numbered trail junction on the sign post map.  You can see where you are in relationship to other major trail junctions.
Trail junctions numbers are also marked on Diamond Lake Snowmobile Trail Maps
 
 

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