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Hurley, Wisconsin

Reporter: rfranzoi85
Trail Conditions: Early Season
Snow Cover: Varies
Date of Report: December 12, 2018
Area Report:

❄️❄️❄️❄️Northern Iron County Snowmobile Trail Report, Wednesday Dec 12

 

White Thunder Riders had 2 groomers out this morning and report the trails in FAIR condition.  The trails listed below still remain open.  Watch out for some icy spots.

 

The following trails are open:

*17 –    All

*8 – Cty G to intersection with West Br Rd

*8B

*13C

*77 – all

*2 – Boomer Cr Rd to Harbor Dr.

*2A to condos

*15A

*15- Hogsback to Island Lk Rd

*13 – Montreal to Island Lk Rd

*11A

*6

*2

An additional 7 miles of trail along the south side of the Gile Flowage has been opened.

The following remain closed:

Trail 3, entire

Trail 8, west from Trail 15 to intersection with Trail 77

Trail 13B, entire

Trail 13 (south), from the Hogsback east/south to 310 Road

Trail 15 from the Carey Mine Store south to intersection with Trail 15A

Early season riding conditions are in effect — Exercise Caution at all TIMES!

Riders PLEASE:
SLOW down, STAY right, STAY together. STAY on the trail and don’t STEAL trail signs. Remember to STOP and look at road crossings.
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News and Reports:

Load up the machines and head north!
We have approximately 90 miles of trail open.  Warm pit stops.  Friendly faces.

This weekend enjoy Snow Cross Racing at Gogebic Community College as Fire on the Hill is back.  Racing action starts Saturday, December 15 @ 9:00 am and goes all day!!



Snowmobiling Information

As the Snow Capital of Wisconsin, you can bet that around Hurley, we have more than enough for riders all throughout winter, even when other areas don’t! Our average annual snowfall is 200 inches, but we’ve been known to top the 300 mark in past seasons.

When it comes to the trails, the community is proud to say that they are kept in outstanding shape. With the dedication of the White Thunder Riders in the north and the Mercer Sno-Goers in the south, and the Iron County Forestry Department, the trails are routinely groomed and kept in the best condition possible. They pride themselves at making sure our visitors have the best possible sledding experience they can.

Iron County boasts over 500 miles of scenic trails that can take you through the beautiful county forest, to Lake Superior, up the Penokee Mountains or to the waterfalls for truly spectacular views. Combining our 500 miles with the neighboring counties and Michigan’s U.P. provides you with over 1,000 miles of trails within a 50 mile radius of Hurley. Make Hurley your Snowmobile Hub to endless destinations.