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Watch the appStore and Google Play Store for our new, free Black Fly Challenge app. iPhone version now out, Android version coming later this month.
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New! Preseason snowmobile permits for the 2013-2014 season are now available and will be available until November 15, 2013 for $65. Permits can be purchased in person at the Inlet Information Office or the Town of Webb Visitor Center or online here. Applications can also be printed off and mailed in with a check or money order. Find the application here.
Stickers for the 2013-14 season will be mailed some time around October 1, 2013.
Just hours after the Town of Newcomb posted a YouTube video (click here to watch the video) bemoaning the deteriorating condition of Route 28N, the Cuomo administration said repairs on the serpentine road would be expedited.
Another 2-3 inches of snow and it is still falling lightly.
Snowmobile groomer has been out. Trails are in fair to good condition.
Ski groomers have also been out and they report excellent trails everywhere with 12-14 inches of base if not more.
Ice skating rink is open an in excellent condition and so is the sledding hill.
Another 5 or 6 inches of snow overnight here in Inlet. Don’t trust that snow stick at www.hamiltoncountychoppers.com. I don’t care what it says. That stick is in my front yard. Yesterday it said 9 inches. This morning I brushed a good 5 inches off the truck and the stick read 10 inches. ?? Must be drifting? Kids shoveling in front of it when I’m not looking? Anyways …
The Inlet snowmobile groomers are out this morning! I saw one in front of the Ole Barn on my way in to work and the other was crossing 28 heading towards Eagle Bay.
No word from the ski groomers yet. Maybe that means they are out on the trails?
Only 20 degrees out there so the ice skating rink should still be in good shape and this new snow on the sledding hill definitely can’t hurt it!
We have received quite a bit of snow over the last couple days. I am talking over a foot of snow! There is at least one snowmobile groomer out today working on the Inlet trails. Trails should be in fair condition today. Still watch for wet/thin spots, but there may even be some good spots out there!
The ski groomers report that all of Fern Park has been groomed including Ralph’s Run and the South Loop. The Inlet Golf Course has also been recently groomed. Trails are in very good condition.
Ice skating rink has 2 inches of ice and is in fair condition. Sledding hill looks good!
We have received another 4 inches of snow overnight and it is still coming down pretty hard right now.
No groomers on the Inlet snowmobile trails that I am aware of. Not sure if Webb is sending any out today either. I would call the trails in fair “springlike” condition.
Ski groomer report from Sunday said Fern Park had been groomed and trails there and at the Inlet Golf Course were in fair to good condition.
Ice skating rink is still open and in fair condition. The sledding hill will look good today!
We have received about 6-8 inches of new snow. I do not hear the Inlet snowmobile groomers out, but I was told they are grooming in Webb.
The ski groomer was planning to hit the Inlet Golf Course this morning and then head over to Fern Park this afternoon. Conditions should be pretty nice!
Ice skating rink is still open and the sledding hill has fresh snow to play on.
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Ice Skating Rink is open! And the sledding hill looks good!
Ski groomers report a 3-4 inch “packy” base throughout Fern Park with fair to good conditions. 10 inch base on 95% of the trails at the Inlet Golf Course and in excellent condition.
I have not seen a snowmobile groomer out yet, but I have seen a couple sleds. I also talked to Big Moose Yamaha last night and they say riding is still not too bad.
Snofest Deal will continue until April 1, 2013. Purchase your 2013/14 permit in person for $65 and get this seasons permit to stick on your sled today and we will mail you next season’s sticker in the fall.
Starting April first 2013/14 Preseason Permits will be on sale. Purchase them online, in person, or mail in your application. These stickers also will not be mailed to you until September-October.