Blue Hills Trail CONDITIONS
The trails are in good shape, they have a thin layer of crusty snow.
Heads Up! There's active logging on the East Side (details below).
1-Avoid the following East Side trail segments where there's active logging: 4 to 5, 4 to B1, B1 to 5.
2-Logging on the West Side between intersections Y & Z was done in June.
3-Autumn 2022, loggers cut a big timber sale on the East Side. It's probably wise to avoid hiking those trails in all but very dry weather. Click here for a map showing the involved trails.
December 9: 1/2" wet snow
grooming & MOWING
Grooming Report / Plans:
Ski trail grooming begins some time in early-mid December after the deer gun hunts wind down, and the weather cooperates.
Volunteer with Blue Hills Trail
Volunteer with the Blue Hills Trail to give back, meet like-minded folks, and feel good about helping to keep the trail system in tip-top shape.
Volunteer activities typically include help with:
- Annual fall work day
- Trail cleanup following wind and ice storms
- Updating maps and trail signs
- Bridge and culvert repair
- Equipment maintenance
- Warming house maintenance
- Banquet preparations
If you'd like to be added to our list of potential volunteers, or you have additional ideas about ways you'd like to volunteer, please be sure to contact us!
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