What are the things you want to think about when finding the Best snow groomer for recreational use? Is it what you pull a groomer with? What about what you already have to pull a groomer with? Is it the size of the trail? Maybe you think what is terrible about your trail or your sledding hill.
Let me propose that all of the above are great questions. One sized groomer does not fit all. Indeed for personal recreational use, you do not want to break the bank. It also needs to be efficient and moved around by one person. If you need more than one person when you groom, it takes way more coordination.
The best snow groomer is one that will fit down your trail. But also groom the whole trail. So this means you have to have a groomer for your trail size. Not too big and not too small.
Maybe your recreational groomer needs to be able to cut out moguls or fill in the pegged snow.
We think we have models that solve many of the issues spoken of, from a small 20” wide groomer to a 72” wide with 12-inch wings that cover 96” of the trail. That can all be pulled by a snowmobile. Please note we like to pull ours with a side by side with tracks as well. You do not have to have a side by side to do it. Even small snowmobiles can pull our groomers.
There are options to add a razor to cut out the moguls, and whoops. Another option is to get the SNO-blaster and blast the moguls out of the way. Rather than just cutting them down.
All the groomers leave a corduroy trail. Or maybe you want a corduroy sledding hill. Yup, the groomers all do this as well.
Having different options for width and having options that either cut up the snow or blow it away or, in many cases, not even touch the snow as you want if for your recreational use. Just compact it and leave corduroy.
What is the best snow groomer for recreational use?
Solutions for all these concerns are found in the snow groomer arsenal of groomers. So pick what you want to pull a groomer with or tell us what you have to pull a groomer and then tell us the snow conditions, size of trail, classic ski tracks, or skate skiing, and we have a groomer that can groom for you.
The actual best snow groomer for recreational use depends on many factors. With these factors, pick the best option for your needs:
PATH-Master for small trails and small snowmobiles to pull it.
SNO-Master 48 is for skate skiing or classic skiing and a mix of most everything small and big to pull it.
SNO-Master 72 is for wide trails and in cases where you pull with a side by side so that the tracks do not leave holes. Oh yeah, and SNO-Master 72 can lay down classic ski tracks as well.
Trakor is for when you just need your own classic ski track path. Or attach it to one of the above and get more options.
This is not a comprehensive list but gives a good start on the path to choosing the Best snow groomer for recreational use by SnowGroomers.net