All events at Lake Louise are Canceled for the rest of the season
Due to deteriorated trail conditions all work parties are cancelled. If you have any trail markers please drop them at one of the lodges. Thank you to our tireless board members who worked so hard keeping our trails awesome and safe. Although our season didn't end the way we wanted, we still had the best riding in many years. Use caution on the lakes now. All trail markers are removed and the lake has a layer of water and slushy snow on it.
Next time you are on the Eureka trail stop by mile 17 and check out the trail marker for Corky & Bev
Click here for current weather conditions. The weather is from the weather station at Lake Louise Lodge. It is uploaded to Weather Underground. Our station identifier is KAKGLENN2
Lake Louise Road, Glennallen, Alaska 99588, United States
The LLSMC is a non-profit organization that relies on its members for fund raising. Do you like groomed trails? We need your support! Click below to see the updated dues list dated April 23, 2020. If your are not marked as current for 2020 you owe dues! If you find an error please email me and I'll do what I can to fix it. If you haven't paid your dues you can do so easily online. Click here to pay your dues or to give a donation. Please note if you paid your dues at one of the lodges we may not have gotten to those yet. We will get them update once we get them.
To print and mail a copy of the 2020 membership form is below.
Welcome to our newest members!
Welcome to our newest life members
Carl & Stephanie Gambel
Tim & Priscilla Gillow
Welcome to our newest family members
Shawn & Christa Hayes
Was formed in 1994 by founding member, Tree Farmer, as a way to streamline the area's grooming efforts. The Club's first duties were directed at helping the Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog Race with the Lake Louise portion of their race trails. Our responsibilities grew over the years as more volunteers and members helped the Club grow into a non-profit organization responsible for almost 200 miles of winter trails in the Lake Louise and Copper River area.