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Thread: Beaver River to Sabattis to Tupper Lake

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    Default Beaver River to Sabattis to Tupper Lake

    Hows the ride from from Beaver River to Sabattis to Tupper lake? Is it Railroad tracks all the way? Do the track this far north normally get early coverage?

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    It is railroad tracks all the way to Tupper. It was good when we rode there a couple of years ago. The grooming wasnít as good from Sabattis to Tupper lake as it was from Beaver River to Sabattis.

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    Trails are a bit thin right now and they haven't started grooming yet but give it a go! With a little determination nothing is impossible!


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    St.Lawrence county map.
    It doesn't have to be all rail-trail.
    http://www.slcsa.org/site/assets/fil...ap_for_web.pdf

    Early coverage sometimes yes,most often no.

    Have not used Photo bucket in a while won't show my pics.
    Was at Horseshoe? intersection coming from claire/Cranberry lake area mid Feb 2017.
    Ungroomed toward Tupper.
    Toward Sabattis/Norridgewock was groomed as county groomer came by and turned around.
    Was groomed but choppy.Rails showing in spots.
    Recent pass by groomer helped a little.
    Rails Very,very choppy on return 6 + hrs later.Lots of Traffic!
    Busy section when trail is good with rails covered.
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    I hate Sabbatis Rd. Snirty gravel for mile after mile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munson15 View Post
    I hate Sabbatis Rd. Snirty gravel for mile after mile.
    Isnít it about 5 miles long? Youíll only need to take that if you are going to Long lake from Sabattis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangef7 View Post
    Isnít it about 5 miles long? Youíll only need to take that if you are going to Long lake from Sabattis.
    i think its 15 miles long. went down it for first time last winter and it was not to bad. it had snow on it. worst was once crossed route 30 there was lots of mud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MXZ550F View Post
    Hows the ride from from Beaver River to Sabattis to Tupper lake? Is it Railroad tracks all the way? Do the track this far north normally get early coverage?
    last winter Beaver River groomed first weekend in December and I think that was very very early for there to be that much snow. tracks all the way. its not bad early season before word gets out thats the tracks are good. once word gets out seems like every one goes there. they get very bumpy.
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    Default Good Trails !

    there's some good trails, will maintained & scenic up there
    gotta swing through the area if you ever get an opportunity

    great grooming, i think this drivers name is Ralph?
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    the Star Lake "area" has some beautiful riding
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    nice to ride on Cranberry Lake at night
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    Mid Feb 2017.
    Horseshoe ?intersection.Groomer came from Sabattis way then turned around and headed back that way.

    Toward Tupper NOT groomed.

    Toward Sabbatis/Norridgewock groomed but choppy on the tracks and thin in open areas.

    When trails/rails are good area is busy.

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