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Klamath Falls, Oregon

The Klamath Basin Snowdrifters are the basin's only non-profit snowmobile/grooming club. During the snow season the clubs volunteer members keep 360 miles of designated trails smooth, clear, and safe for all riders. Safety and fun are top priorities of the club.  With a wide range of rider skill levels, anyone can always find a comfortable riding group. 

Our mission is to educate the snowmobiling community about changes in laws, trail conditions, and weather conditions. To keep up to date, download the latest copy of the “The Drifter”, a monthly newsletter.  All KBSD club members are also members of the  Oregon State Snowmobile Association (OSSA).  The OSSA is in contract with the State of Oregon to maintain and groom the snowmobile trails throughout the state, as well as fighting to keep our snowmobile trails and rights as snowmobilers from being taken away from us.

 


 

Groomer Report

Dec 26-28 report

Dan Riblett

Both cats have been busy out on the snow.

Wednesday, Fourmile Trail and East Four Mile trails were groomed with the Tucker. The Lake of the Woods/Hyatt Lake trail toward Brown Mountain Shelter down to the Dead Indian Memorial Hwy and west on the to the 37 via Daily Prairie Trail was groomed by the Pisten Bully. Lots of 4x4 carnage on the 37 road.

Thursday, the PB made it to the top of Pelican. Nice view, was a cold day with lots of wind at the top.

Friday, the PB groomed the Sunset Trail, Varney Creek Trail, and the Buck Peak trail. The cat made it to the top of Buck Peak.

Hopefully, next week will allow a full grooming schedule and we can get all the west side trails done. The Hyatt Lake area will eventually get the Tucker once operators are trained and logistics are finalized for cat and fuel placement.

Think SNOW!