Trail Conditions: Fair
Snow Cover: 10-15 inches
Date of Report: March 5, 2021
Boulder Junction Snowmobile Trail Report – March 5, 2021
It is currently 12:30 p.m., 40 degrees and sunny.
I did a trail ride to Manitowish Waters yesterday afternoon on trail 2W and came back on 8W. The ride was awesome. It was smooth and had very little brown areas in it. The exception was trail 8/2 going west out of town. Puddles had developed and a good portion of the trail was brown, but got better before the 8/2 intersection.
We groomed 15N/6E last night with Old B still excellent, but 15N back to town is getting thin and brown.
We groomed 8E, 15S, and 8W early this morning. 8W/2W going out of town was poor from the S curve halfway to the 8/2 intersection. Going west on 8 ranged from fair to good with some bare spots in the hills and corners. Once you get to Day Lake road, the trail is very good all the way to the Rustic Roadhouse. Nixon Lake Road is still in great shape.
With temps near 40 and the sun out today, our exposed trails will deteriorate fast this afternoon. Expect puddles and quite a few bare spots along the way. Our road route through town is mostly bare pavement.
As other clubs are starting to suspend grooming, we may go out 1 more day as temps will be approaching 50 on Monday.
Please be safe out there, ride on the right, respect others, and enjoy the trails and our area businesses.
Landy Roepke, Trail Manager
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