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Apple Country Snowmobile Club is committed to keeping our trails safely groomed and open for all snowmobilers to enjoy. We also love to get together to ride our sleds, and advocate for continued snowmobile access in our area.

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Snowstorms throughout the season make our trails unridable without the continuous help of our snow cat trail groomers and their crew. We make trails safe and smooth to ride so everyone can enjoy their time in the snow.



Good Evening Riders:

 Next Meeting A big change this month.  We are postponing our regular meeting for two weeks.  Meet us Tuesday, March 26 at Faith Presbyterian Church, 200 S Kentucky in East Wenatchee.  We will be holding elections and planning our summer barbeque.

This is your chance to shape the future of our club.  Members and non-members are welcome but voting is limited to current members. 

Grooming will continue until we run out of snow but, we are limiting our activity to preserve what snow we have. Lily Lake Sno Park is your best option unless we get more snow. The forecast is promising with snow this week and cooler temperatures.  Let’s hope.

If you happen to see the groomers out, be sure to give them a thumbs up or a big wave.  These guys worked hard all summer getting our equipment ready and have sacrificed their riding time to keep your riding time pleasant.

Land Use.   Jim and Matt Kensrud ( our WSSA area rep) have been recruited to represent snowmobile riders during the Chelan County Motorized Recreation planning process.  We will keep you informed.

Thank you, everyone who registered their sled during this odd winter.  The tab fees will fund next year’s grooming program and fund the Winter Recreation Program at Washington State Parks.  If you are riding without tabs…Censored.

Hope to see you on the snow and the meeting.



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Waiting for more snow.  We will not groom tomorrow unless we get more snow. The upper trails are holding up well but we have little snow in the parking lots.  Choose the Lily lake Sno Park if you ride. You will find better snow sooner. 


Riding & maintaining the Stemilt/Colockum Snowmobile Trail System

Club meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, October-March, 7pm in the Awaken Church building. 2 Fifth Street, Wenatchee.

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Apple Country Snowmobile Club was founded in 1973 by a group of snowmobile enthusiasts and friends in Wenatchee, Washington. This group of people saw an opportunity to make friends as they enjoyed their favorite wintertime activity. They also saw it was important for the people who use the trails to help in taking care of and advocating for them. And so the club was born! And has been running continuously ever since. Annual parties (with a time out for covid) up at the Microwave Station at the top of Mission Ridge get everyone out together for riding, activities and hot dogs. Regular Tuesday meetings during the winter months encourage friendships and riding buddies, as well as take care of club business. Historically, a summertime gathering of the club took place to celebrate and share stories.

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