Trail Conditions: Unknown
Snow Cover: 12-18 inches
Date of Report: February 23, 2023
Well the storm seems to be over… we think received between 12 – 15 inches… but so hard to truly know with all the wind and drifting that came with the storm. I think it’s safe to say at least 12 inches and maybe a little bit more. So this is what we have all been waiting for and so “HAPPY” to see it here. I can’t really give you an accurate trail report tonight as most of the groomers and operators will be going out early in the morning to start to smooth down the new snow… but I can tell you by tomorrow evening I believe most of the Iron County Trail System will be in Good to Very Good condition again. The ice base is still there and under the snow.. so hold the speed down a little bit in the corners and sit back for hopefully a wonderful ride all weekend long! This storm front covered a large area so riding should be good no matter what direction you head this weekend!
Also, a reminder that Trail 15 N to the intersection of Trail #111 is temporarily closed this season because of a bridge issue… this is not a new closure it has been closed all season.
Again, a BIG “Thank You” goes out to the Iron County Snowmobile Club Members for grooming our trails and donating their time to keep our trails as smooth and safe as possible. Great group of people and we ALL appreciate what they do for our community and for our trails!!