In spite of current cold temps, apparently no trails at all are now open in western NY, after the warmth and rain earlier in the week.
That includes all of Chautauqua county as well as Erie and Wyoming trails. Nearly all western NY club trails are now open, with limited conditions and many open mud holes where terrain is not well drained.
Temperatures look to go up above freezing again, then drop back below next week. Marilla is not open, and the northern portions of adjacent club trails are not as good as further south.
Oatka trails are open only in the southern half, south of #78.
Still a few open mud and water holes, but most trails freezing up nicely. NOTE: We ARE in Western NY; get out and ride before next Wednesday. I hope to go out with a couple of old friends now and then for a ride. A stretch of the "A" trail in Ontario between Smooth Rock Falls and Moonbeam, west of Cochrane, is still showing "Open".
Monitoring snowmobile trail conditions has been a hobby of mine for a number of years.
Originally I concentrated on the trails I ride most often locally, the Folsom Trailblazers club trails centered in Varysburg, NY, and trails in the Tri-County Drift Hoppers systems.
Their website updates are excellent in recent seasons. Old Forge Town Reports Although this is the trail condition report posted by the town for their own trails, they are very honest about conditions.
I trust them, but do a check on the weather reports for that area as a backup before I plan a trip.