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Trail Report – : Hayward / Sawyer County, Wisconsin – January 5, 2023

Trail Conditions: Early Season
Snow Cover: 9-10 Inches
Date of Report: January 5, 2023
Area Report:

Crews have been busy and made great progress. You will find that most trails have been cleared and groomed. There are a few that are cleared and passable, but not yet groomed, however will be groomed between Friday and Sunday this weekend. You can check the GTS app for updates on the most recent groomed trails.

The following trails have not been cleared and are not passable. These would be trail 5 between Moose Lake and Trap N Fish (#13) – this is currently being worked on. Trail 27/5 south of the Tuscobia – will be worked on next week. Trail 40 looped with 311 and 162 just north of Loretta – also work on next week. And lastly (only 4 all together) is trail 11 or famously known as “The 9 Mile Loop” – also currently worked on and halfway done.

MORE great news!!!
Staked lakes…
• The Chippewa Flowage
• Lost Land Lake
• Nelson Lake
• Grindstone
• Lac Courte Oreilles
• Barker Lake
• Spider Lake

Lakes not staked but with an ETA:
• Whitefish and Sand will be staked tomorrow
• Round Lake this weekend
• Lake Chetac next week (no word on Big or Little Sissabagama)

The Tiger Cat Flowage, Callahan and Mudd is staked but still closed temporarily for an area to freeze, this will be inspected this weekend will be updated.

Lastly, we did receive about another 7” of snow yesterday so there are some more knocked down branches. Again, we suspect branches to break and fall all winter so always ride with caution.

Thank you to all the volunteers, clubs and businesses that rolled up their sleeves!