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anyone doing the timberview snirt run on april 9 on tug hill in ny
 

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need more info on this snirt run is there a website
 

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Timberview Announcement

The ATV season is fast approaching! Once again to kick off the season we would like to invite you to join us for the​



8th Annual SNIRT Run hosted by Barnes Corners Sno-Pals​


( Lewis County Trail Permit is waved for this ATV event )




Registration will be held at​


Barnes Corners Groomer Barn and Timberview​


6pm to 9pm Friday


8am to 11am Saturday



Friday night Live Entertainment at Timberview​



Saturday morning Timberview will be serving breakfast starting at 7:30​

Timberview
5265 Carpenter Road
Turin, New York 13473
 

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anyone riding the shirt run today? I have seen one other ltr. It is a snowy muddy mess but I have not gotten stuck once yet today.
 

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snow & dirt ??
 

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yes snow and dirt and holy shit from our last beer stop back to camp it sucked so bad went a different way cause the one guy cooking food said it was an easy run(boy would I like to see that asshole again) well a 20 min ride back to camp turned into a 3hr nightmare. Everyone was stuck and let me tell you when you get 3 razr's stuck and several 4x4 wheelers stuck in snow that deep it is a workout getting them out. Also to top it off someone called 911 because we were stuck up on tug hill till 9:30 last night and they didn't know if we were going to make it out. So we had to talk to the cops once we got out.
 

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it was fun till the last part. Not to mention my wheeler doesn't have lights so riding in the dark you have to have someone behind you. I will say if you know how to ride a sport wheeler will work almost as good as a 4x4 in snow but I still had to get towed through a couple sections.
 
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