"Your site rocks thank you for all the info and updates on the 4 missing sledders in the Snowies God bless I'm not out your way but still great site. I'm in Salmon, Idaho once again thank you and thank you for all you do posting the snow reports all the time!"
"Thanks for pointing us in the right direction trip after trip!"
"Thanks for all you guys do for the sport."
"More interactive maps showing snow depth and maybe trail systems would be extremely helpful for us mid western boys that have to drive to the snow. Your page already has changed the game for us to chase snow, by far the best I’ve found!"
Having grown up in the Midwest (Iowa), I always wanted to know REAL snow conditions before I set out on a snowmobile trip.
After moving to Colorado, I knew there were sledders like myself, that have the desire for that snow information. So I started a Facebook page in 2015 to provide that information for them. A year later, I decided to add a website that compiled this information for all sledders, not just the ones on Facebook. In 2018, we added another member to our team, Cass Mercer. She helps with the information gathering/sharing and building relationships with snowmobile clubs and area Search & Rescue teams. Sadly in Oct of 2021, Cass Mercer died from Covid 19 complications.
To provide all followers the best snow forecasting and snow depth information so they can make accurate decisions with which riding areas to ride.
Our team members love to ride and gather information in person as often as we can. When we are not riding, we rely on reliable sources to confirm riding conditions.
Last one from Utah Snow Show weekend. This is Strawberry Res area, UT. Good riding in here also. Several different parking/access, some shown here may not be accessible in the winter.
www.rmsc.rocks Also from Snow Show weekend. This is the Soapstone area. Excellent riding in here! Parking on both ends of a trail system.
www.rmsc.rocks I was able to visit a few riding areas while in Utah for the Snow Show. This is Trial /Mirror Lake area(Mirror Lake Hwy). I believe parking is at the road closure, around Soapstone turn off. Good riding in here when the snow is deep!