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Snow Conditions – Dec 29 (Taylor’s Brook & White River Road)

Snow Conditions – Dec 29 (Taylor’s Brook & White River Road)

Dec 29th (2017).

Taylor’s Brook Road.

Mike and Melissa - Taylors Bk Road AreaTaylor’s Brook Road region – report from Mike Powell; leave from Taylor’s Brook Cabins (staging area).  Road okay but as you get further in the road, snow levels really get better.  The further in you go, you’ll find spots for off road fun.  However, be careful of rocks and stumps and it’s advisable to give the ponds more time to be safe.

Picture: L2R – Mike Powell and Melissa O’Keefe.

Featured picture is Mike taking a break.

 

 

White River Road Report (Staging area: Cormack, NL).

Jason Snow - Dec 29 - WRRReport by Jason Snow.  Departed from staging area in Cormack.  The further you travel in WRR the deeper the snow gets.  Cutovers are bottomless and fun.  The Frog Pond area has as much snow as the total level of last season….this is shaping up to be an epic snow level year.

Same advice…remember, it’s still early.  Rocks and Stumps are everywhere.  Best to give the ponds more time.

Frog Pond Area (Angus Lake Area).

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