b'Club Newsremoving of fallen trees. We did have some damage from the July storms, but have worked to remedy it this season. A special thanks to Bill Ricker Excavation for fixing up our Tenney Road/Heath Road Corridor 25 trail between OE 62 and OE 102.New this season, for every TMA purchased with the Sno-Scramblers, that member will receive a Sno-Scramblers Insurance Card holder as a small thank you for supporting our Sterling Snworiders repaired this guardrailclub. Art Sinclair replaces the track guides on the bridge on 15C F. As we move through the season, weUpper Valley Snow Packers PistenBully.hope that everyone has a safe and of the snowmobile community likeenjoyable season. We could not doby her store! We do unfortunately you. We are always looking for morethis without our generous landownershave a trail closure for this season, help. and volunteers. Thank you and thinktrail 25A between OE103 and OE102 The club is 100 percent volunteer.Wesnow!will be closed due to a landowner do this because we are snowmobilersKim Davis, Webmaster/Trailmasterissue however we have a reroute and we want to be sure Johnson andsnoscramblers.orgplanned for next year! We be hosting Lamoille county continues to have aLike us on Facebook another raffle this year, the prizes year snowmobile trail network. If yourewill be a Honda generator, gun safe a snowmobiler and also want toand a Blackstone griddle. Tickets for preserve the trails you ride on, youthe raffle should be on sale by mid-should get involved.December, so be sure to check our As always, thank you to ourFacebook page for updates and other landowners for allowing the club toUpper Valley Snow Packers trail info. Think Snow! use their property for trails. WithoutTaylor Parker, President you there would be no snowmobiling.Greetings from the upper valley!uppervalleysnowpackers.com Hopefully the 2023/24 season will seeThe leaves are down and the air isLike us on Facebooklots of snow and cold temps.Rideturning cold as we approach what we right, ride safe. hope to be another excellent riding Rob Rodriguez, Presidentseason. Our club has been working Like us on Facebook tirelessly to get our trails ready for the winter and like many clubs around the state this year has been especially ORANGE challenging due to the historic flooding COUNTY the state experienced over the summer.Washington Snow FlyersWhile we fared better than many,Its been a long wet summer that we did have one major washout onincluded a historic rain event on July Corridor25A between OE107 and11 that was disastrous for many clubs. OE103 leaving a three to four-footWe had some damage but compared deep ravine running 3/4 mile rightto others, it wasnt crippling. A section down the middle of the trail. Luckilyof trail on 254 between OE93 and Corinth Sno-Scramblers we were able to coordinate with VAST,OE90 had to be filled in. On Corridor VASA and the town of Vershire to14A, there was a bridge that the water Greetings from the Sno-Scramblers!haul enough material to make themoved down the stream a couple As you read this article, we cannecessary repairs. On September 10thhundred feet and had to be brought only hope that we have seen someour volunteers reinstalled the newup and set back on the abutments. snowflakes and we have consistentand improved flag on Flagpole HillOn Corridor 25, about 150 yards cold temperatures for a winter filledin Vershire and also brushed backsouth of OE96, we had a bridge that with many miles of smiles on the trails. that section of trail near the summit.was destroyed and washed down We had a busy fall the past fewNew this year our club held our firstthe brook. This bridge is a total months. We finished redoing theannual buck pool in coordination withreconstruction that resulted in a bigger railings and some runners on our oneErins general store, Erin has been a bigbetter bridge. A big thank you to Jack lane bridge in East Corinth next to OEsupporter of our club over the years soLamberti and Jesse Lambert for doing 58. We also did a lot of debrushing andif youre in the area be sure to swingexcavation work on these projects. And 34 | Snowmobile VERMONT'