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Western UP, Michigan

Reporter:Western U.P. Snowmobile Report
Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 13
Date of Report: January 20, 2022

News and Reports:

Western U P Snowmobile Trail Report

1/20/2022

 

We received about 4″ of new snow yesterday.  Temps will be in the teens on Friday and Saturday with a chance of snow on Saturday.  Sunday will only be in the single digits for temps.

Please when you see the groomers please pull over they have the right of way!

Please stay on marked trails riding on unmarked trails can result in the clubs losing easement for that trail.

Gogebic Range Trail Authority Groomer Report  January 20, 2022

All GRTA trails are being groomed tonight.  11S was groomed last night into this morning and is being missed tonight, good powder ride for tomorrow though! Trails have improved dramatically with a day and a half of steady snow. We have a few more days ahead and cold temps along with three groomers running every night.

Gogebic Area Groomers Report  January 10, 2022

Gogebic Area Trails are all in fair to good condition with the exception of 8E which is very thin – especially after Ewen.   Have a groomer down and groomers are working round the clock to keep up.    Thanks very much from the sister clubs who are helping out right now!    Cold temps and daily snow are in our forecast this week!

U.P. Thunder Riders Trail Report  January 20, 2022

Groomers are running daily and reporting all trials are in good condition.  Ride Safe and stay on the RIGHT SIDE of the trail!

 

 

 



Snowmobiling Information

MICHIGAN’S UPPER PENINSULA SNOW

Winter lays a white blanket across the hills inviting all to come outdoors and play; Snowmobile down endless groomed trails. Michigan is a snowmobiler’s paradise, boasting more than six million acres of state and federal lands along with hundreds of miles of privately owned trails.

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