Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 8-12
Date of Report: January 19, 2023
Expecting 4-8 inches of fresh snow throughout the county Thursday-Friday. Overall trails are in great shape. Trees and branches continue to fall so please ride with CAUTION.
News and Reports:
Started grooming Wednesday, looks like it should go well. The rain definitely hurt some, but still enough snow to groom and a good base left. Should have everything groomed for the upcoming weekend.
Drummond Sno Jacks
Frostys vintage riders
Namakagon Trail Groomers
All NTG trails were groomed Wednesday and are in excellent condition. 8-12” base.
All trails in the Iron River area have been groomed and also trail 4 from corridor to Mason. All trails and TCC Are in very good shape. Pars of the TTC are rough
South Shore Trails Club
All south shore trails will be groomed by Thursday and are in great shape with the exception of trail 1 towards Herbster which still has some wet areas and is in need of brushing, but it is passable.
Trails around Valhalla and the Sunbowl were groomed Wednesday and Thursday. Moquah Spur trail will be groomed Thursday. All trails will be groomed before the weekend.
Valhalla and Red Cliff area will be grooming two shifts Wednesday – Sunday. Rain made the trails soft and bumpy but should be smooth as glass by the weekend. Sections of trail one are wet. Will be heading to the Red Cliff Casino Friday.
White River Ramblers
All trails in the Delta area are in great shape.
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Order a snowmobile map online or pick one up at area businesses. You can also download the Avenza app (for free) and get the updated Snowmobile Map on your device before you hit the trails – locate yourself on the trail map with GPS so you can see where you are, even with no cell reception! If you’d like to see the sponsor businesses on the same type of map, try the Trail Treker app ($1.99).
Be sure to stop in, warm up and patronize the businesses on our snowmobile map. Their advertising makes it possible to print and distribute the map.