Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 6-10 inches
Date of Report: February 1, 2021
Boulder Junction Trail Report 2/1/2021
Our trails received substantial traffic this weekend. Our groomers were out every day this past weekend trying to keep our trails rideable. At this point, we desperately need more snow to improve our trails.
We are out grooming today with 8W, 51, and 2W groomed early this morning and 8E being groomed late morning. The balance will be groomed later today.
Generally all our trails are very thin with icy corners, and quite a few brown snirty sections. Our trails range from fair to good, but our road trails are still very good to excellent.
When passing through town whether you are on Corridor 8 or Corridor 15, please use the marked trails, follow the signs, and observe the 15 mph speed limit. Also, no snowmobiles are allowed on downtown Main Street.
We are watching a possible moderate to heavy snowfall predicted for late Thursday into Friday followed by cold temps for the weekend. If this happens, our trails finally should be in great shape.
If riding in our area, ride safe, respect others, and have a great time!
Trail advisory: If riding on the Boulder Junction airport spur trail, please stay on the edge of the runway parallel to the road in both directions. Damage has been done to the runway and if it continues, we could potentially lose access to this trail.
Speed Limit advisory: We have received numerous complaints from residents in town that sledders are speeding on marked snowmobile routes through town and are riding off the marked routes. When riding on town roads adhere to maximum speed of 15mph.
Landy Roepke-Trail Manager
Join us for these upcoming events:
February 6. 13th Annual Frozen Tozen Ice Fishing Tournament. Boulder Lake. 8am-4pm
February 14. Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club Breakfast. Boulder Beer Bar. 8:30am-11am
March 6. Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club Cabin Fever Party. Gooch’s 2 Bar & Grill. 5-9pm