Category Archives: Grooming

Snowmobile Trails Moved This Season

Just a note that adjustments have been made to the northern loop of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club’s trail. Be sure to check out the latest map before you head out for a ride on the trail. And, check out our grooming reports posted frequently.


Grooming plans underway

Just a quick note for those of you who want to make sure you’ll have smooth trails for SnowJam this weekend, we are making plans to groom the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club trail this weekend to ensure you’ll have a freshly groomed trail in time for SnowJam. Hope to see you there!

Groomer ready for SnowJam 2013!


Thanks to Jeff Seifert of Casselton for getting the groomer inside on Sunday for some routine maintenance and to thaw out in preparation for grooming for SnowJam 2013.

You’ll find the groomer out on the trails later this week, once the wind settles down. If the weather cooperates, we hope to get the entire trail open for SnowJam.

South trail to open this weekend


Grooming was completed  on the southern portion of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Trail Friday night. The snow is light from Casselton to Leonard so that part of the trail will remain closed, but the rest of the southern loop is open and groomed. . (Please try to stay off the freshly groomed trail for a new hours to allow it to set up and the grooming will last longer.)

The northern part of the trail doesn’t yet have enough snow and will remain closed.

If anyone is interested in riding along in the groomer, please contact Greg Strommen at (701) 212-7002.

Check back regularly to learn more about trail conditions.

Club to share new groomer with Red River SnoRiders

A new snowmobile trail groomer recently landed in Cass County.  It s 2013 Tucker Terra 174 hp that will be shared between Rural Cass Snowmobile Club and Red River SnoRiders. Both of these club are members of the East Central Valley Trail Association.

Thank you to the landowners along the snowmobile trail!

This week, we send a special “shout out” to the 15 or so landowners that make it possible for the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club and Snowmobile North Dakota to provide more than 100 miles of groomed snowmobile trail in rural Cass County.

These landowners generously provide the ability for the snowmobile trails to cross their property. Without this generosity, the trail system would not exist. Please respect the private landowners and stay on the trail!

Thank you to the local landowners!

Latest grooming video: Both groomers on same stretch of trail

Check out this video showing a somewhat unique meeting of both of the snowmobile trail groomers used on the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club trail. It’s not often that you would encounter both groomers in the same stretch of trail at the same time, but they did meet last Thursday (Feb 11, 2011) on the north side of Casselton.  

Running the groomers that evening were Jeff Seifert and Greg Strommen, both members of the Rural Cass Snowmobile Club.