Greenwater Snow Report

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Was wondering the same thing too, trailer is loaded and on the truck, studs on, truck fueled, I've got a bad itch that only a sled ride can fix, it's time to go
 

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Has anyone been up to Greenwater yet? Is there enough snow to ride and where do we park if there is snow. Just got my old Phazer II long tracked (141x2), and it needs some snow, need to see if it will keep up with the Pro RMK.
 

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On Darland, 6,300ft had twice as much as 6k ft.
4+ft vs 2ft.
Just for a reference on elevation and snowpack.

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Just wondering if any Snowesters ever read these posts or just too busy riding to answer a question posted here. I love riding Greenwater but have too much trailer to drive past the blacktop unless I know I can make it to the gravel pit at Mike's rock. Where are we parking guys, I just want it safe for all who travel here. Thanks for any info
 
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I went up the 28th. Parked at the upper gravel pit. Maybe 2-3 feet tops at the cabin and all the meadows were tracked out. Looks like they might be getting some much needed snow.
 

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After posting New Year's eve and still no report on the Greenwater area, must not be anyone from the west side riding there or maybe I am not hooked up to the right Facebook page, but being a tech tard I don't do the Facebook thing, I still post here because this is where we all got info on riding areas, seems most people don't care about others very much anymore, kinda sad when you think about it. I miss the community and closeness we once had before we got so infatuated with ourselves. Maybe someone might like to share a little about Pyramid snowpark if you have time after you pull yourself away from the mirror. Thanks to those of us who still care.
 

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After posting New Year's eve and still no report on the Greenwater area, must not be anyone from the west side riding there or maybe I am not hooked up to the right Facebook page, but being a tech tard I don't do the Facebook thing, I still post here because this is where we all got info on riding areas, seems most people don't care about others very much anymore, kinda sad when you think about it. I miss the community and closeness we once had before we got so infatuated with ourselves. Maybe someone might like to share a little about Pyramid snowpark if you have time after you pull yourself away from the mirror. Thanks to those of us who still care.
No grooming reports either...its looks like now days you just got take a gamble and hope for the best?? Definitely frustrating to say the least.
 

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Rode Greenwater today. Kudos to the groomer, road plowed to the snowpark at end of pavement , nice job, ran into the groomer twice, every road we hit in the morning was fast and smooth, different story coming back this afternoon but not bad after all the sleds that hit the trail, snow off road was deep and fluffy, meadows were used up, sunny on the west side and kinda flat and white east side, never the less it was a great 60 mile day with nice roads, thanks again to the groomers, felt good to be back home
 

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Rode Greenwater today. Kudos to the groomer, road plowed to the snowpark at end of pavement , nice job, ran into the groomer twice, every road we hit in the morning was fast and smooth, different story coming back this afternoon but not bad after all the sleds that hit the trail, snow off road was deep and fluffy, meadows were used up, sunny on the west side and kinda flat and white east side, never the less it was a great 60 mile day with nice roads, thanks again to the groomers, felt good to be back home
Did you have to chain up to get to and from snow park?
 

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I didn't chain up, I came up Saturday night, cold and icy, driving a 4wd dodge 1ton dually with studs, 11.5 ft arctic fox camper and 28ft enclosed trailer, no problem getting in or out either, lots of rigs made it without chains and regular A/T tires and lots of chains too
 
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