When the trails are open, please pay heed to this resolution passed by the Village of Dolgeville concerning parking and snowmobile travel on West State Street. The north side is the same side as the cemetery as you leave the trail. Be use extreme caution when going by driveways and always be alert for motorists who  may be unaware of your sled having access to that portion of the road. It will take efforts on everyone's part to insure that this plan is successful.

 2009-2010 Phase III Documentation   
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THE TRAIL CONDITIONS POSTED HERE ARE GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REFLECT THE TRAIL CONDITIONS AT THE TIME OF YOUR RIDE. TRAIL CONDITIONS GATHERD FROM CLUB VOLUNTEERS ARE VALID ONLY AT THE TIME OF THEIR OBSERVATION  THEIR OBSERVATIONS MAY NOT MEET YOUR EXSPECTATIONS AND CONDITIONS MAY VARY FROM THE TIME OF POSTING. TRAIL CONDITIONS MAY VARY WITH TEMPERATURE, SNOW CONDITIONS  TYPE OF TERRAIN AND USAGE. 
PLEASE EXERCISE CAUTION AT ALL TIMES AND BE PREPARED FOR THE UNEXPECTED.
PARKING LOT 
Please be advised that if you want to trailer your sleds to the club parking lot to ride the trails, you must be a member of the club, and have a valid parking sticker on your car or trailer. 
It's easy to join, just come in the club house and ask at the bar, they will be happy to help you!

Please do not park your trailers or cars in front of the groomer barn garage doors.  We need access to the barn to get the groomers in and out. The machines and drags total 35 feet plus in length so leave us some room please.

TRAIL MAPS
If you are looking for a map of our trail system just go to the trail map page on this web site. 


TRAILS / WEATHER  SUMMERY AS OF : 3/26/2017

As of today 3/26/2017 we have about 6 inches of snow on the ground.  Very patchy not enough to do anything with grooming wise.  Weather is in a warm up so the trails are CLOSED.

THINK SNOW!


Trails Report 
Updated by Bob Orf Trails Coordinator for Salisbury Ridge Runners  
As of 3/26/2017 Our Overall Trail System Conditions are:
For detailed information by trail number see below under Trail Listing        
CLOSED

Trail Condition Definitions:

Closed: May be closed due to land owner's needs or other issues.  Otherwise these trails may have bad wet spots or have no snow. Trails may have open water or thin ice that is not passable.  Some of the trails may look to have good snow pack but are dangerous and impassable in places!  DO NOT ride these trails!

Poor: Wet spots and bare spots likely, trail lacks snow, may be somewhat impassable in some areas and may not be groomed.

Fair: Some wet spots or bare spots and may not be groomed.  Trails may be rough in some areas due to lack of snow, however they are passable.

Good: Snow covered, groomed and smooth, may have minor wet spots or bare spots and are passable.

Very Good: Good snow cover with solid base, groomed and smooth, no wet spots or bare spots, very passable.

Excellent: Solid base with very good snow cover that should hold even if temperatures rise for a short time. Groomed and very smooth.  It does not get any better than this.
  
 Trail Listing  

Corridor 4 (West): Starts at the Club house at junction HK13 and heads Northwest to the town of Norway where it meets up with the Ohio Ridge runners trail system. Trail length is Approx 7.7 Miles.
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Corridor 4 (North): Starts at the Club House at junction HK13 and heads North toward the town of Ohio and Bull Hill where it meets up with the Ohio Ridge Runners trail system. Approx 9.8 miles.
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Corridor 4A (South):  Starts off of trail C4 West at junction HK26 and  heads South toward the town of Fairfield and on to join up with the East Herkimer Snow Riders trail system. Trail length is about 10.6 miles
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Corridor 4A (East)/ Starts at the Club house at junction HK13 and he/ds East to the town of Stratford where it meets up with the Snow Drifters of Stratford trail system. Trail length is about 8.5 miles.
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Corridor 4D:/ Starts off of Trail C4J at junction HK30 on Eatonville Rd where it meets up with the East Herkimer Snow Riders trail system.  From here C4D heads East and North toward Dolgeville and ends up at junction HK11 on the Zoller Road not far from the Dolgeville Rod and Gun club.
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Corridor 4E: Starts at junction HK9 off of Trail C4A in Fairfield and heads to the Villege of Middleville, where it meets up with the West Canada Trail Riders trail system. Estimated  3.5 miles of pasture and fields. 
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Corridor 4F:  (We call this trail the Swithcback) Starts not far from the club house off of C4A East at Junction HK146; from here it heads North toward the town of Ohio and connects to C4 North at junction HK14. Approx10.5 miles
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Corridor 4J: A connecting trail between C4A at junction HK31 to C4D at junction HK30. The Ice House Bar and Grill is on this trail.
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Corridor 8A: Starts on Barto Hill in Fairfield at junction HK12 with trail C4A South.  From here it heads toward Dolgeville and continues on to Kyser lake and Inghams Mills where it meets up with the Oppenheim Trail Blazers trail system. Trail length is 11 Miles.
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Corridor 8C: Starts at the Club house at junction HK27 and heads South East to the town of Salisbury Center it then crosses our covered bridge and continues on into Dolgeville where it turns left and runs along West State Street to the East Canada Creek Bridge. Here it meets up with the Oppenheim Trail Blazers trail system. Approx 6.5 miles.
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Secondary 42: Starts off of trail C8A East at junction HK120 near Irondale Rd and heads toward Plant Rd in Salisbury where it meets up with C8C at junction HK122.  From here it takes a right hand turn along with C8C for a short distance to junction HK119.  At this point it takes a sharp left and continues on to The Country Store and then North West toward trail C4A South at junction HK147.
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Secondary 45A: Starts off of Trail C8A at junction HK111 near Snells Bush Rd. From here it heads South toward Rt 5 where it meets up with the Shu-Maker Mountain Climbers Trail system.
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Secondary 45B: Starts off of trail C8C at junction HK116 on West state street in Dolgeville and heads Towards Dopp's Inn and trail C8A at junction HK114. APPROX. 1 MILE
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Secondary 81: Starts at junction HK115 off of trail C8A, on the South West side of Dolgeville and goes to RD's Gorge View Lanes in Little Falls.  Trail Length is 6 Miles.
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Secondary 84: Starts off of Trail C8A at junction HK117 near the Dolgeville Rod and Gun Club and heads north toward Salisbury to meet trail S42 at junction HK118.
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Club Trail 574: Starts at junction HK200 off of trail C4D and heads South East to meet trail S81 at junction HK201 Approx 2.3 miles
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Club Trail 575: Starts at junction HK201 on trail S81 and heads South East to meet trail S45A at junction HK203 Approx 2.7 miles.
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Club Trail 576: Starts at junction HK204 on trail S84 and heads East to meet trail C8C junction HK202 Approx 1 mile.
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Note:
In the listing when you see a trail called out as C8C it means Corridor 8C, like wise a trail called out as S45A it means Secondary 45A.

In addition to these marked trails there are a number of side venues to stores and businesses that are too numerous to list. Please stay on the trail when you need to fuel up or eat.  Cutting across yards and driveways could jeopardize our access to these vital locations. Please remember that our landowners are people just like we are and they do not want to spend their spring cleaning up their property from negligent riders. If you abuse, we all lose!

You can also visit us at www.facebook.com/thesalisburyridgerunners to see what riders are saying about the trails and to post pics. Be sure to log into your facebook account before you click the link above. OFFICIAL trail updates will only be posted on our website due to our extensive trail system!
Click on the trail cam to see
 conditions at the club!