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 enjoy year round.
Hikers, hunters, bikers, backpackers, cross--country skiers, dog
mushers, snowmachiners or anyone who desires to enjoy our great
public lands. Proceeds are used to purchase and maintain our
equipment, provide public access and develop safe trails. We are a
volunteer organization, so please join us in our efforts.
Your membership is critical to
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The next General Meeting and Elections for CHCH
will be Thursday, April 4th at Caribou Family Restaurant.
Meeting will start promptly at 7:30pm and no membership applications
will be accepted once the meeting starts.
- Family Membership will receive 2 votes
- Individual Membership will receive 1 vote
- Business Membership will receive 2 votes
- Must be present to vote
- Must be 18 years of age to vote
- Must be an current member to vote
Please note if you are not an current member and plan to vote,
you need to join NOW! You can join by visiting the
Membership Application Page or dropping off your membership
application in Soldotna at AK Salon with our treasurer, Sylvia.
Please do not wait until the night of the election to join. U.S.
Mail will be checked the Sunday before the elections. Remember,
if we donít have your membership application you are not an
If you have any questions please call:
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is Open
to motorized vehicles in the Caribou Hills.
For news release information:
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.
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
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
Contact: Jeff Breakfield 398-4293, firstname.lastname@example.org for
garbage clean-up assignments along Oil Well Road.