We decided to see for ourselves yesterday just how good (or not) the snow conditions are in parts of eastern Idaho.
Well, no sugar coating here. The conditions ranged from a skiff to a bigger skiff in most places we rode. We made our way—via roads only as you can imagine—to Fourth of July Ridge in the Caribou Range. The snow on top of Fourth of July Ridge was several inches deep—but not a foot or feet deep like we were expecting (hoping).
But the skis were clear (we climbed out of the persistent fog that was dominant in the valley the past several days) and the temps decent for our ride. It was a good opportunity to at least put some miles on our Ski-Doo Summit 165 and Arctic Cat M 8000 162.
And we were still snowmobiling. And that beats being in the office.
Here’s hoping and praying for more snow.