Trails Closing for Season
The Club Trail system will
close on October 10th just as the Lewis County Trail System does. If
you have any questions about the open roads on the hill please contact Mike Gille
at 480-272-5723, please leave a message if I do not answer and I will call you
back or you could send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Trail work coming up
The club has to do trail work
on two trails (Duppert Road trail Zimmer end & Kraeger Road (behind the
Apple Orchard) seven (7) loads of stone was purchased. We need help (tractors
with buckets) on the weekend of 7th and 8th of October or
for any time before that if possible. We also need some help using shovels/rakes.
Please call Mike Gille at 480-272-5723, please
leave a message if I do not answer and I will call you back or you could send
email to email@example.com
Any time you could give to
the club for these trails would be gratefully appreciated.
Please be advised the West end of Duppert Road Trail closest to George Kraeger/Beecher Road intersection is closed for Hunting Season. The only legal way to get to the Tug Hill Hideaway is to follow the trail system on Kraeger road to Duppert Road make a left on Duppert Road to Zimmer take a right on Zimmer road and continue to the county trail before the intersection Zimmer Road and State Route 26.Cross 26 and continue down Kessler road and turn right on Bower Road to the end make a right on Neff to State Route 26, go over state route 26 to George Kraeger Road utilize the trail on right of road and continue to the intersection of Beecher, make left and continue to the trail on the left to the trail that goes to the Tug Hill Hideaway
The ATV trail system in our area (Lewis County) is a mix of
trails on privately owned land and open roads. All these types are connected to make the trail system
in the county of Lewis. There are three (3) types of trails.
Highmarket Wheelers ATV Club Inc. has trails in
the county that are privately owned, maintained and insured by the club .These
trails are attached to sections of town or county roads that are open for ATVs.
Our trail system is connected to the Lewis county permitted trails and the open
town roads. This allows all riders a larger trail system to ride on. To ride on the club trails a Lewis County Trail Permit System Permit is not necessary.However some of our trails have Lewis County Trail Permit System trails connected to our system.
The Lewis County Trail Permit System has trails
in the county that are privately owned and insured by Lewis County that are
attached to open sections of town or county roads that are open for ATVs. These
trails are primarily maintained by the county however the clubs have agreed to
help maintain the trails when they have the man power and time to so. A
Lewis County Trail Permit System permit is required to ride these trails.The county has also opened some County reforestation lands for ATV use these too require a County Trail Permit.
Some Towns on the Tug Hill and the Brantingham area have open roads not
connected by private lands that are open for ATVs. To ride on the open roads a Lewis County Trail Permit System Permit is not necessary. However some of these open roads may have Lewis County Trail Permit System trails connected to them.
We are working on a list of open ATV roads and will post it here as soon as it is completed.