10 – East Central Valley Trail

(Cass and Richland Counties)

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EastCentralValley_11x17Snow Conditions:
Updated:  February 2, 2023

Amount of Snow:  27-37 inches
Recent Snowfall: 2 inches
Snow Depth:  12-16 inches
Current Weather for Fargo

Trail Condition: All trails are open , groomed as listed below. Conditions are good. Watch for large drifts, snow piles at approaches and road crossings. Check the groomer progress in the link below.

Fargo East Trail: Grooming 1/27/2023
Fargo West Trail: Groomed 1/27/2023,
Rural Cass South Trail: Groomed 1/27/2023 
Rural Cass North Trail: Groomed 1/21/2023

Receive Trail Updates as Text Messages:
Rural Cass Snowmobile Club (Casselton, Leonard, Arthur, Harwood, Mapleton): send keyword “ruralcass” to 46986
Red River Sno-Riders (Fargo, Horace, Kindred, Christine, Walcott): text “snoriders” to 46986

SnowJam 2010 and the Snowmobile North Dakota State Ride: text “snowjam” to 46986

Links:  www.snowjam.org

Communities: (Click Here for Accommodations)
Wild Rice, Hickson, Christine, Oxbow, Briarwood, Kindred, Davenport, Horace, Amenia, Casselton, Mapleton, Davenport, Leonard, Arthur, Argusville, and Harwood

Total Trail Miles:
196.5 Miles

Connecting Trails:
Southern Valley Trail Riders

The East Central Valley trail system is located in the southeast portion of North Dakota and primarily covers Cass County.  It is about 20 miles from two different points on the Mayville-Portland Trail System (21 miles from Hillsboro and 17 miles from Galesburg). This trail also connects to two Minnesota trail systems managed by the Clay County Trail Blazers and Felton Roughriders.

Lavoy Wilcox

Red River Sno-Riders
PO Box 181
Horace, ND 58047

Rural Cass Snowmobile Club
PO Box 58
Casselton, ND 58012