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The “Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers” is a Non-profit volunteer organization established in 1987 to promote, develop and secure safe recreational trails for public use. Our common goal is to preserve these trails for future generations. To be enjoyed summer and winter by hikers, hunters, bikers, backpackers, cross-country skiers, dog mushers, snowmachiners, skijoring, and anyone who desires to enjoy our great public lands. These are our members. They come from all walks of life. We promote safe and courteous use of the trails for the enjoyment of everyone. Our fundraising proceeds are used to maintain our equipment, develop safe trails, and provide public access. We also participate in community programs and other charitable activities. We are a volunteer organization, so please join us in our efforts.   

Visit us on facebook:  www.facebook.com/Caribou-Hills-Cabin-Hoppers

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NEWS:

The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is closed to
motorized vehicles in the Caribou Hills.

For news release information: http://Kenai.fws.gov
or call the Refuge Headquarters for more information 262-7021
 

 


The Snowmobile Trails Advisory Council (SnowTRAC) needs your help to decide where “your” snowmobile registration dollars should go. Your responses will allow us to put grooming dollars where you, the riders, want them.

Please go to this website and complete the SnowTRAC Survey. http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/grants/snowmotr.htm

This is very important to fund snowmobile trail development and maintenance, as well as snowmobile safety and education programs.

Please forward this link to all snowmachiners you know and support your riding area!
 

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2014 CARIBOU HILLS CABIN HOPPERS ANNUAL KICK OFF PARTY A HUGE SUCCESS!

On behalf of the general membership of the Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers, the Board of Directors would like to thank everyone who so generously donated to make our annual Kick Off Party such a success.  Your help is so important and enables us to continue our efforts to maintain and expand access to our public lands and continue our trail maintenance and grooming efforts in the Hills.   

Thank you to the KOP committee who put in some long hours and a lot of hard work rounding up donations and organizing and helping out at the event - Steve and Bridgette Attleson, Jeff & Pam Breakfield, Becky Davis, Roy Bird, Lacie Farrar, Chad & Kathy Garcia, Chris & Delora Garcia, Rick & Jaye Northey, Dave & Shelley Ramsey, Jeff & Stacy Warton, and Randy & Nancy Wheeler.  Thank you to Steve & Chris Calabrese, BBQ to Go/C&S Enterprises for the delicious barbeque spare ribs.  Thank you to Rod and Laura Peterkin and the Upper Deck for providing our liquor concession.  Thank you to Brent Miller and Pepsi for the donation of water and sodas.  Thank you to the folks at River & Sea Marine and Peninsula Powersports for the loan of snowmachines for display at the event.  Thank you to the Sportsman’s Warehouse gang - local management Eric Dahlman and Brandon Phipps, and the crew at the event - Mark Howland, and Greg & Susie Vane.   Thank you to the folks at the Soldotna Sports Center for their assistance in setting up/breaking down for the event.  Thank you to Dalton and Tanner Best who are invaluable in setting up before and cleaning up after - don’t know how we will do without you!  Thank you to Katelynn Best for making the donations thank you poster for the event.  Thank you to Dennis Dix who won the Split the Pot raffle and donated his winnings to the Club.  Last but not least, thank you to all the members who came and enjoyed themselves and helped us “kick off” our 2014 snow machine season.  If you are not a member of the Club, visit our website at www.akchch.org to find out more about us and consider joining.

We most especially want to recognize those businesses and individuals who donated so generously and remind our members to support them, we could not do this without you:

27 Red, A Fireplace Store, A Healthy Touch by Karen Burger, Abby’s Beads, Affinity Salon, Airport Equipment Rental, Alaska Bolt & Chain, Alaska Oil Sales, Alaska Road Builders, Altman, Rogers & Company, Arctic Motor Sports, ATEC Fabrication, Best Transit Mix, Pat Bird, Candice’s Shear Genius Salon, Caribou Family Restaurant, CBC Rental, Charlie’s Pizza, Columbia Paint, Cornerstone Books & Supplies, Creations by Christy (Weber), Country Foods, Vicki Duggin, Four D Carpet One, Frames N Things, Freddie’s Roadhouse, G. F. Sherman Signs, Greenie’s Creations (Kathi Garcia), Gary’s Marine & Truck Electric & Battery Warehouse, Golden International Restaurant, Gourmet Garden Market & Deli, Grant Aviation, Hair Force, Hutchings Auto Group, Jessica Stenga, JK Cheer, Just Crafting Around, Kassik’s Brew Stop, Kenai Auto, Kenai Golf Course, Kenai River Brewing, Kath’s Creations (Kathy Lopeman), Louie’s Steak & Seafood Restaurant and the Uptown Motel, Bilikin Investment Group dba Midas, Just “Fur” You Designer Fur Boots and Accessories by Char Moore, Natron Air, Rick & Jaye Northey, Orca Theater, Peninsula Powersports, Penner Construction, Playa Azul, Polar Screens & Signs, Dave & Shelley Ramsey, Randy’s Glass, River & Sea Marine, River City Cheer, River City Salon, SafeKids, Save-U-More, Spenard Builders Supply-Soldotna, Sportsman’s Warehouse, St. Elias Brewing Company, Sweeney’s, Tammy’s Flowers & Gifts, Tarma Grooming, Tina’s Hair Pros, Twin Cities Veterinary Clinic, Verba’s, and Jeff & Stacy Warton.  If we missed anyone at all, our sincere apologies.

If we missed anyone, please accept our apologies. Contact any member of the Board of Directors (www.akchch.org) with your suggestions and ideas for improving this function or the operation of the club. Thanks again, everyone, for your help in getting our season off to a great start. See you in the Hills!

We wish you all safe and happy holidays, and lots of snow for safe riding.  Think SNOW!!!!

   
   
   

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Please respect private property and stay on the trails unless you have permission to cross.

If you don’t know who’s property you are on, stay off!
Littering has also become a recent problem, if you “Pack it in, Pack it out”!
Contact: Pam Stoltzfus 283-3470, stoltz1@alaska.net for garbage clean-up assignments along Oil Well Road.

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