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Old 01-29-2018, 07:48 PM
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Has anyone gone to Camp 29 shelter? How are the trails in that area north of Lac du Bonnet and Nopiming Park?
I hope we get some snow tomorrow 🙂!
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According to the weather forecast we are supposed to get some snow..........how much is debatable, but ever little bit helps us sledders at this moment in time.
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Has anyone gone to Camp 29 shelter? How are the trails in that area north of Lac du Bonnet and Nopiming Park?
I hope we get some snow tomorrow 🙂!
Were good last Thursday when 9 of u's went
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Old 01-29-2018, 10:26 PM
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Has anyone gone to Camp 29 shelter? How are the trails in that area north of Lac du Bonnet and Nopiming Park?
I hope we get some snow tomorrow 🙂!

Was at the Camp 29 Shack this past Saturday. We arrived in the early afternoon, there were already about 10 sleds there, resting and cooking lunch. It was standing room only. The trails in Nopiming were in not bad condition considering the lack of snow this year. Much more snow up there than down in the Winnipeg area.

We started in Lac du Bonnet first thing in the morning and the snow was great, first ones on the trail, it was flying over the windshield for the first time this year.

From Lac du Bonnet, we made our way to Powerview. We bypassed the Esso - Clarks Conner as there was no less than 40 sleds in the parking lot and more were coming by the minute from every direction. There was what looked to be a professional photographer, he was taking photos of sleds arriving at the gas station. The snow overnight had everyone excited and brought everyone out.

From Powerview, we headed to the Maskwa Shack. There was a fire barely going, probably from last night. We stoked her up and within 20 minutes there were another 8 sleds at the shack.

We then headed to the Camp 29 shack and from there, to Nopiming Lodge for fuel. Then, it was off to the Rumble Inn Shack to cook lunch. We completed a loop in Nopiming before heading back towards Lac du Bonnet, stopping at the Anson Shack.

On the way back to Lac du Bonnet we got a bit sidetracked and stopped in at the Kings Kookout Shack before heading back to the truck. All in all, about 208 miles round trip. Was a great ride for the most part, beautiful area up there, worth the drive.

At the end of the day, the trails from the Anson Shack to the Lee River and to the Kings Kookout Shack to Lac du Bonnet were in rough shape from all the traffic and we could not get to the truck fast enough......exhausted


Hopefully more snow on the way. Happy sledding
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there was a sled ride going on sled for eterny or something like that didn't know but they sure beat up the trail on Saturday. it was funny I was warned at the gas station in Anola that he saw at least 40 sleds headed that way . All the trails that ride was on was beat but all other trails 4 inches of fresh snow and untouched . Lots of snow coming to that area tomorrow and big winds, IMHO all trails up around ldb are good to very good whiteshell being the best. Go out have fun!!
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trails are good up north east area as mentioned. Some pretty bare spots coming out of LDB and up into trails leading to Anson and Alfs. All in all for the unbelievable low snow values we have this year the trails are pretty darn good.
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