Snow Cover: 4-6 inches
Date of Report: January 4, 2017
We had about 4 inches of good wet snow Monday and it really helped the trails. Most of our system is rated GOOD to VERY GOOD. There are some hilly, wooded spots that could use a little more snow but, generally are short sections and will not spoil your ride. Swamps are still a problem in some areas so ride with caution. The sub-zero temperatures the rest of the week should help firm them up for the groomers.
Trail conditions will vary throughout the county so please ride safely and responsibly. Use caution when riding on lakes or frozen water as ice conditions can vary greatly.
The clubs that maintain the Forest County Trail System are made up of volunteers who work very hard to provide the best trails possible. Please respect them while on the trail and allow them to do their job. If you come across the groomer, please giver them some extra room. It is a lot easier to move a sled off the trail than 40 feet of tractor and drag.
Remember, TRAILS ARE GROOMED DAY AND NIGHT.
Thank you for riding Forest County Trails, Snowmobiling’s best kept secret.
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