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The Sault Ste. Marie Snowmobile Assoc is again holding a Radar Run on Sat. March 8th, 2008 on trail # 49 between Kinross and Soo near 6 mile road from 10am till 4pm.
There will be hot dogs and the Eastern U.P.'s best hot cocoa available . Come to watch or run your sled against the radar gun in about a 1000 ft run. You can get there by car or sled to watch all the fun for free!!! The top speed from lasts months Soo Radar Run was 103mph.

Go to www.SooTrails.org and click on forum for more details.The speeds of last run are posted by class also.

The Sault Ste. Marie area has a club that grooms approximately 62 miles of trails in, and around, the city of Sault Ste. Marie & Chippewa County. There is a groomed trail within the city limits, that runs right past most of the lodging establishments and restaurants along the I-75 Business spur. This city trail provides easy access to trails to the west via a newly opened 12-foot X 12-foot tunnel underneath the I-75 expressway! You no longer have to run 3 Mile Rd overpass to get to the trail. A visitor can travel right from the hotel to gas or food, by sled, and right out of the city on a groomed trail. A parking lot in the downtown area can be used as a staging area. It is located right across from the fire station. Our trails connect with Brimley, Raco, Strongs to the west, and Kinross, Pickford, Cedarville, and St. Ignace to the south. Every part of the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan is reachable from the Sault on a groomed trail. They operate 3 different trail groomers and our trails are groomed 7 days a week during the riding season. They have a large group of groomer operators that volunteer their time and take pride in doing a good job so that you may have smooth trails to enjoy your winter pastime.

The city of Sault Ste. Marie and surrounding area has all the amenities a snowmobiler could ask for. There are plenty of restaurants and lodging establishments in the area. Local snowmobile dealers sell all four brands of snowmobiles and accessories, and there are several repair shops that can provide service for those in need. There are many places along the trail system to buy gas, as well as many good restaurants along the way. Most gas stations in the surrounding area carry such items as spark plugs and dealer brand oil.

A normal winter in Sault Ste. Marie will provide enough snow for snowmobiling from December through March and even into April, if Mother Nature co-operates fully. Fresh snowfalls up to 12" fall on a regular basis, and make for some of the best snowmobiling, through some of the most beautiful forests in the country. After a fresh snowfall of 8-10", some of our trails look almost like tunnels with the heavily laden tree branches almost covering the trail overhead. If that isn't enough to convince you to come to Sault Ste. Marie, how about our Annual Fun Runs and Rally in January, or the I-500 Snowmobile race the following weekend in February. We have some of the best snowmobiling conditions and activities, in some of the most beautiful winter land in the United States, and it's here waiting for you! Come sled with us in Sault Ste. Marie and area.

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