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Rodman Barnes Corners, Rodman, N.Y.


Grooming: No grooming
Lighted? N
Distance: 15k
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Description: Trails maintained in a CCC forest by Lewis Country Parks and Recreation.

Recently submitted reports

Conditions Date km groomed Comments Submitter
Good2017-12-09Not all trails broken out but pretty decent skiing considering the late start to winter. Wet spots easily avoided.EL
Good2017-12-09Not all trails broken out but pretty decent skiing considering the late start to winter. Wet spots easily avoided.EL
Excellent2016-01-05They have a snowmobile with a 2-3 foot wide roller which they roll quickly over the trails. There is no track and certainly no wide trails for skating. Right now there is about 24 inches of new powder and trails made by the skiers. We did Snowbird Loop today with one skier, one really wide skies and one snow shoes. The snow shoes did best. Very pretty though. We ran along the gorge for some distance and areas of different stands of trees.Tooboats
Excellent2016-01-05They have a snowmobile with a 2-3 foot wide roller which they roll quickly over the trails. There is no track and certainly no wide trails for skating. Right now there is about 24 inches of new powder and trails made by the skiers. We did Snowbird Loop today with one skier, one really wide skies and one snow shoes. The snow shoes did best. Very pretty though. We ran along the gorge for some distance and areas of different stands of trees.Tooboats
Excellent2016-01-04Out of curiosity, what does "roughly groomed" mean? Is someone pulling a drag down the trails to compact the snow? Or are they "groomed" by previous skiers leaving ski tracks behind?Mitch
Excellent2016-01-04Tons of snow. Keep in mind that these trails are roughly groomed. Well marked. Download the map from the web site. Beautiful scenery.Tooboats
Good2016-01-0128 deg snowing 6-8" new powder Not groomed yet. Skier made tracks. Major lake effect event until Sunday. Best conditions seem to be north of Pulaski, though there has been snow as far south as Syracuse.Tooboats
Good2014-03-15Cloudy, 34 deg. Plenty of snow. Trails as usual roughly groomed, No track set. Trails well marked though. Backwoods skiing at its best. It is remarkable how quiet it is on these trails. The snow is piled so high along the highway that you can easily miss the entrance to the parking lot. If you are traveling there from Rte 81 to Rte 177 and you get to the Sunoco station, go back about a mile.Tooboats Jake
Call in sick2014-02-1325Cloudy, 24 deg. Be careful not to miss the parking lot on the north side of Rte 177 between Rodman and Barnes Corners. It is about 2 miles west of Tuggers Restaurant and Camp Ground. The sign up box has nice maps inside. The trails are a bit rougher than other areas, but they are very clearly marked and described on the map. Very nice scenery - at least 3 feet of powder in the woods. Conditions great everywhere!! Its time to call in sick for a few weeks at least.Tooboats Jake
Excellent2014-02-04The three NY ski areas reported below are on the Tug Hill Plateau, 50-100 miles north and east of Syracuse. This is a region about 50 x 50 miles off of the eastern end of Lake Ontario. It is about 1000 - 1500 ft above sea level and prevailing westerly winds over the lake go up the hill and dump huge quantities of snow over a narrow area. It is not unusual to get 300 inches of snow in a winter. These three areas are my favorites. There are at least 10 others. Excellent conditions all around.Tooboats Jake
Excellent2014-02-0323 deg, cloudy, two feet of fresh snow. More to come. This is the Tug Hill State Park ski trails on NY Rte 177 near Rodman, NY. Wide track set on all trails. Great skiing. Tuggers restaurant and cabins are about two miles east on Rte 177.Tooboats Jake

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