was formed in 1994 by founding member, Tree Farmer, as a way to streamline the area's grooming efforts. The Club's first duties were directed at helping the Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog Race with the Lake Louise portion of their race trails. Our responsibilities grew over the years as more volunteers and members helped the Club grow into a non-profit organization responsible for almost 200 miles of winter trails in the Lake Louise and Copper River area.
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All the rebuilt parts arrived this week for the Tucker, so we would like to have another work party to put them on before the cold and snow set in.
The work party will be on Saturday, Sept.30 and Sunday Oct.1. We will meet at Dinty Bush at 10:00 am. No experience necessary. Just be willing to get a little dirty.
If you can come or have any questions please call or text Harry at 232-9080 to let him know.
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We have 8 1/2" X 11" laminated trail maps available for $5.00. They are available at the bar in Lake Louise Lodge and Tolsona Lodge.
Check out the weather on the Web Cam!!
Special thanks to LL Lodge for hosting the web cam.
(Anchorage, AK) – The State of Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation invites members of the public to participate in the Snowmobile Trails Advisory Council (SnowTRAC) annual meeting and teleconference from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sept. 6. The meeting will be held in Anchorage in Room 1270 of the Atwood Building, located at 550 W 7th Ave.
The agenda will include review of trail grooming requests, as well as discussion of various SnowTRAC issues. To participate by teleconference, call (866) 918-8374 and enter conference code 5569714090.
SnowTRAC consists of six members selected from across Alaska. The council advises the director of the Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation on funding for eligible grant projects under the Snowmobile Trails Grant Program. This program is funded through legislatively authorized funds from snowmobile registration fees and are used to support snowmobile trail grooming and maintenance, and snowmobile safety and education projects.
If you are a person requiring special accommodations, auxiliary aid, or other special services to participate in the meeting, please contact State Trails Program Coordinator Darcy Harris at 269-8699 or email@example.com at least one week prior to the event in order to make the necessary arrangements.
CONTACT: Darcy Harris, 907-269-8699, firstname.lastname@example.org
The LLSMC is a non-profit organization that relies on its members for fund raising. Do you like groomed trails? We need your support! Click here to see the list updated April 19, 2017. If your are not marked as current for 2017 you owe dues!. If you find an error please email me and I'll do what I can to fix it. If you haven't paid your dues you can do so easily online. Click here to pay your dues or to give a donation.