Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 6-8"+
Date of Report: February 28, 2018
Check your local lodging and dining establishments for the 2018 Cable Area Motor Head Maps!
We received a total of 14-18″ of snow over the last week and all trails have been groomed since Monday. This is the weekend to be in the Cable Area! We have a solid base, fresh snow, and groomers are working hard! This is the best riding we’ve seen all season. And, we have two awesome events this weekend!
It’s Weenie Roast Weekend!
Known throughout the region as the most fun on ice, thousands of weenie enthusiasts come to Lake Namakagon for this fantastic event. Held to raise funds for the Great Divide Ambulance Service, the Namakagon Volunteer Fire Department and other area charities and not-for-profits, this event holds the record for the longest line of hot dog cookers over one fire in the world. With events like snowmobile speed runs, ice bowling, outlaw drags and the frozen weenie polar bear plunge into Lake Namakagon, there is more than enough fun for everyone.
New this year – The Four Seasons Shootout!
Presented by 515 Racing
Friday Night under the lights
Outlaw race: $250 to the winner, $100 entry fee
Stock Turbo rules: Trail track, trail suspension, trail stud. $1500 to the winner, $100 entry fee
All sleds will be teched after 1st round
Saturday Day Races
Outlaw race: $2500 to the winner, $100 entry fee
King of the trail rules: Trail studs only. $1500 to the winner, $100 entry fee
Naturally aspirated rules: trail studs, trail tack. $50 entry fee
100% of entries will be purse given
Call Aaron with tech questions:515-577-3046
Call Luke with event questions: 515-991-6217
Brand new snowmobile raffle (must be present to win)
Areas of concern are trail 90 east between Old Grade and Federal Rd. The reroute has been removed and trail 90 is open! Watch for logging trucks as they are still removing some loads and running on Federal Road. Another area is Trail 15 between Club Lake Rd and Camp Eight Rd at the Great Divide. Heavy ice over the trail due to a spring that continues to spread water across the trail.
For information on trails throughout Bayfield County – follow this link! https://www.bayfieldcounty.org/969/Trail-Conditions