February 17, 2019 8:30 am

The lakes still remain closed, and are in very bad conditions with water, slush, and two-foot bumps. Even with the cold last night, the water may have frozen, but the lakes will still be dangerous.

Trail name Observation
Status Conditions
Groomed on
WESLEY ~ 317 (Laurel/Lac  des Seize Îles  to Lake McDonald) 17/02/19 OPEN      3/5      1/5 for Alain Hatto 16/02/11 Lac Seize îles & Lake McDonald closed
SEALE ~ 317 (Harrington to Lake McDonald) 17/02/19 OPEN     3/5         1/5 for Alain Hatto 14/02/19 Lake McDonald closed
GOOPIE (Harrington to Pine Hill) 17/02/19 OPEN     3/5      1/5 for Alain Hate 14/02/19
TOUR DE LAC (Lake Louisa to Pine Hill) 17/02/19 OPEN    3/5       1/5 for Alain Hatto 16/02/19 Lake Louisa closed
LAKEFIELD (Lake Louisa to Lakefield/Gore) 17/02/19 OPEN    3/5       1/5 for Alain Hatto 16/02/19   Lake Louisa closed
LAUREL (Lake Louisa to Laurel) 17/02/19 OPEN   3/5        1/5 for Alain Hatto 16/02/19 Lake Louisa & Laurel closed
STATION LAROSE (Laurel to Weir/Mont Calm) 17/02/19 OPEN 3/5          1/5 for Alain Hatto  14/02/19

Trail conditions equivalence : 5/5 = excellent, 4/5 = very good, 3/5 = good, 2/5 =fair, 1/5 = bad

When entering & exiting lake Louisa, please stay on the marked trail & do NOT pass in front of the houses. Our privilege to use these accesses to the lake will be lost if snowmobiles continue to pass directly in front of these houses. The trail is very clearly marked-stay on it.

Speed bumps are being installed on the Seale trail just south of Harrington road before crossing the bridge at Scotch road. 30Km signs were installed at the request of the landowner but are not being respected. We are now forced to install speed bumps to control snowmobiler’s speed in this area. If not respected, our right of way on this land will be lost.