Trail Conditions: Fair
Snow Cover: Zero to 3 inches
Date of Report: January 16, 2019
While we continue to wait for snow and all sit on the edge of our seats wondering daily what the trail conditions are, the good word is that most of the trails are good from the center of the county to the north. While this may seem surprising given the minimal snow Mother Nature is giving us this is the all-around consensus from clubs, businesses, volunteers and of course, directly from the rider’s mouths. The southern area is not in good condition due to the limited snow they have received and is icy with minimal snow cover. From the Flowage to the north most areas are reported to be in good condition. Some icy spots on the lakes and some icy corners in addition to some thin spots on the open trails where areas are exposed, for example railroad grades that are exposed to the open weather and/or rode heavier are reported to be in fair condition. But the wooded trails and to the north the majority are reported to be good. Due to that icy base the trails are flat and smooth. Groomers in the Moose Lake area have been out the last couple of days, also some to the north near Lake Namakagon have been out in recent days. Temps continue to bring cold so no major melt downs anywhere in the near future.
Also please remember ATV/UTV trails are open in Sawyer County, if you have never seen the north woods in the winter now is the time to take in the breathtaking still winter sights!
We will continue to report any updated information as we receive it. Thank you to all club members, volunteers and to you for making Sawyer County your riding destination!