What is a pressure ridge?

What is a pressure ridge?  Well, the dictionary defines pressure ridge as a ridge produced on floating ice by buckling or crushing under lateral pressure of wind or tide or on a congealing flow by the continued movement of its liquid interior.  On Moosehead Lake for instance, a pressure ridge is primarily created by the […]

MSA Super Raffle News

Our club came in 2nd place in the MSA Super Raffle ticket sales in the State of Maine with 1577!!  Thank you all for your continued support and participation. A special THANK YOU to StressFree Moose Pub/Cafe and Moosehead Motorsports for their efforts, which put us over the top!!! 1st place went to Fryeburg with […]

12/26/14 Trail update regarding weather impact

– 12/26/14 Trail update regarding the impact of warm weather over the last few days – Most of New England has experienced a bit of a Christmas week heat wave.  Since Tuesday, December 23 the temperature has been in the 30’s.  Christmas eve was a day filled with freezing rain and Christmas day was unseasonably […]

All hands on deck – trail work

All hands on deck!  The Moosehead Riders Snowmobile Club is in need of your help. A Special Board Of Directors meeting on our trails was called today. A west bound trail around the plowed Brochu Road (ITS 86) has been established, but it is in need of a lot of brushing.  Therefore, we are having […]

Trail Access – Update 12/3/14

Our club is truly amazed and grateful for the outpouring of support we have received in the last day and a half, regarding your love for the Moosehead Lake Region snowmobile program and our club efforts in working through trail access issues that have come up this fall.  Thank you to those of you that […]

Trail Access – East/West Side of Moosehead Lake

This post is meant to inform, not alarm.  We are working tirelessly as a club with landowners, the Town of Greenville, MSA, and IF&W rep on efforts to create an alternate trail on the east side of Moosehead Lake.  As many of you are aware, from our previous “Landowner Trail Access” post or through our […]

Landowner Trail Access

Our club has encountered a hurdle regarding trail access – here’s the most recent information: On Wednesday, 11/5/14 we met with the Greenville Board of Selectmen to do a presentation on the trail closure on Scamman Ridge. This closure has effectively shut off all access between Greenville and all points on the East side of […]

2014 Landowner Appreciate Dinner

Private landowners play a critical role in providing access to those of us that love recreating and in our case, snowmobiling in the Moosehead Lake Region. The Moosehead Riders Snowmobile club, annually puts on a turkey dinner with all the fixin’s to show our gratitude and appreciation to the landowners that allow us to access […]

New website

There are lots of changes coming down the trail for the Moosehead Riders Snowmobile Club.  The Club has taken over the grooming contract for 75 miles of ITS trails and 60 miles of club trails in and around Greenville and Moosehead Lake.  We are working to put together this website to help riders access up […]

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