Kelly Snowshoes folks are busy!
Trail work took place on November 2 near Bevent Road (left) and on December 11 near Yellow Birch Road (snowy picture). Thank you to Harlan Christiansen for getting this work completed for us!
West of Intersection 420, all the stumps have been removed so the drag will no longer have to bang into them!
Elroy Klemen, brother to our President and a Kelly Snowshoes Landowner, mowed corn stocks over a 1/2 mile of trails on December 21. Thank you, Elroy!
We are ready! Now where is our snow...
Thank you to our club members for all the work getting the trails ready for opening day and for all you do throughout the year to keep our Kelly Snowshoes Trails sled-ready. Hours and hours are put into brushing, prepping, signing, and grooming of the trails as well as many hours on non-trail activities that keep the club moving forward. As always, we thank our landowners for the privilege to ride, the businesses along our trails that make snowmobile trail maps available and those businesses that allow us to warm up, fuel up and re-energize.