Thursday, April 28, 2011

CAMBA Trails to Remain Closed

With two days of snow, 5-plus inches in some areas, followed by only one day of warm/dry weather forecast for Friday, followed by another day of rain on Saturday all trail openings scheduled for May 1 will be delayed until late next week or next weekend.

Please spread the word and do not ride the trails until they have thoroughly dried out. Your patience and cooperation is appreciated. This is the most vulnerable time of the year for our trails. The frost is only just out of the ground and there have not been sufficient or extended dry periods to allow the spring moisture to dry up.

Stay tuned to the CAMBA website for further updates.

Friday, April 8, 2011

News, News, News

It's spring time in CAMBA Country - but there's still snow on the ground, so the trails won't be open for a while yet. Meanwhile, check out the Spring Newsletter at Click on Pre-Season 2011.

Please note that the chainsaw certification class originally scheduled for Saturday, April 9 has been rescheduled to Saturday, May 21. Please RSVP if you are interested in participating.

The Festival of the Trails organizing committee has been hard at work ironing out all the details for this year's event. Things are coming together fabulously. We hope you can join us. More information and links to online registration can be found at:
This year's event is June 3-5.
Volunteers are needed too.

CAMBA will hold a brief dedication ceremony to formally recognize the designation of the Rock Lake/Namakagon/Patsy Lake IMBA Epic route at 2:00 pm Saturday, June 4. The dedication falls on National Trails Day and is part of this year's Festival of the Trails. Following the dedication there will be guided rides touring part or all of the Epic route, starting from the Rock Lake, Namakagon Town Hall or Wilson Lake Trailheads.