Seeley Lake, Montana– For public safety while heavy truck traffic is ongoing for a Department of Natural Resources and Conservation (DNRC) timber sale the Seeley Lake Ranger District has closed snowmobile Trail Number SNO-63.31 to snowmobile use. This trail is also known as the Spring Creek Road (#46942). The heavy truck traffic is associated with the DNRC Clear East Timber Sale in the Horseshoe West area.
The closure is in place from Mile Post 0 (junction with Highway 83) to Mile Post 3.1 from the hours of 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday. The snowmobile trail is open and available for use outside of the hours listed above, on the weekends and holidays (December, 25 and January, 1).
The closure will remain in place until the work is completed. For details on this closure, alternate snowmobile trails and updates on the status of Snowmobile Trail Number SNO-63.31 please contact the Seeley Lake Ranger District at 406 677-2233.
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