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Hurley, Wisconsin

Reporter:Lodging
Trail Conditions: Fair
Snow Cover: Varies
Date of Report: February 25, 2020
Area Report:

 

❄️❄️Hurley Area Snow Report Tuesday February 25, 2020 

 


After a weekend of warm temperatures throughout the area, White Thunder Riders have North Iron County Trails groomed.  At this time, we have no reports of trouble spots.  Road crossings are getting bare and corners are icy.  The trails in the woods are holding up, temps are forecast to be in the teens through Friday and snow is in the forecast.

There is still some time to come up and ride, call today and make a reservation!

USE CAUTION ON THE LAKES AND FLOWAGES.


We have received multiple reports of “off trail riding”. 

LISTEN — it’s pretty simple. Stay. On. The. Marked. Trail.

If you come upon a groomer WAIT for the groomer driver to come to a complete stop and signal for you to continue. 

Be sure to support the local businesses that support the clubs —- you’ll know one right away with their current club membership certificate proudly displayed.


Show your appreciation by attending club events, not just ours but neighboring clubs as well.  Remember “United we Trail, Divided we Fail”   

Upcoming Club Events: 
White Thunder Riders 50/50 Raffle Drawing at North Pole 3/7/20

                              Ride RIGHT.  Ride SAFE.  STAY together.




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.