February Dinner Meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017, 6pm at Studebaker's Restaurant & Lounge, Sault Ste. Marie, MI
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New Pisten Bully Groomer!
An upgrade to the SSMSA grooming fleet has arrived! Our Cat Challenger, long in the tooth, and the last one operating on any Michigan trail will no longer be seen on its usual route on our outlying trails. It's replacement, a brand new Pisten Bully "Trail Bully" will be operating in its place. It will be on display at the | February Dinner Meeting |
Temporary Trail Diversion in Brimley
A street closure due to a collapsed building in Brimley causes short diversion of trail #8. When turning west off M-221 in downtown Brimley the first block of the trail is moved just south of the street across from the Bay Mills Laundry facility and portion of their driveway. Follow the signs.
Alert! Re-route of trails at Raco. This affects the junction of trails 8, 889, 480 and 47. | See map |
To our winter visitors ....Welcome!
Ours is a friendly community. We want you to enjoy your motel or hotel stay, your restaurant meals, your shopping, gaming and other activities and especially enjoy your experience on our great trails! And as you make your plans we ask that you please give preference to the SSMSA Business Members who directly support the Sault Ste. Marie area snowmobile trail system! These businesses are invested in your favorite winter recreation and their membership dues and advertising money account for much of the polish and quality of the excellent trails here.
Further, the full color TRAIL MAPS that we update and print each year as a FREE service, are paid for by our member businesses and advertisers. You can help us thank them by giving them preference when you make your decisions about accommodations, meals, shopping and activities. Click here for a complete list of our business members and map advertisers. And when you take out that check book or credit card, tell them that the Sault Ste. Marie Snowmobile Association sent you!
Please stay on the trail! Don't end up like this guy!
Here in the U.P. we've got some pretty nice trails and its a good idea to stay on them for all kinds of reasons. This guy apparently disagreed or couldn't read the signs. We can all agree that he was lucky to come out of it with only a slightly damaged sled--- things could've been alot worse, eh?