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Trail Report – : Hayward / Sawyer County, Wisconsin – January 7, 2022

Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 6-9 inches of snow
Date of Report: January 7, 2022
Area Report:
Hello Riders!
Thank you for doing your snow dance!!! Much of the county received 6″ of fresh snow Tues and Wed. All groomers are out in full force today and tomorrow early to set up the weekend riding! Expect great trails!
The temps are cold this week, but are to be in the mid-20’s on Sat, so fresh snow and great temps are the recipe for great riding!
Groomers reported to be out (but are not limited to, expect all maintained trails to have been groomed by the weekend);
Sno-Mads: 15, 77, 31, 8, 63 in the Seeley Hills and 15 and 77 to Nelson Lake.
Winter Huskies: 9 Mile Loop of the Tuscobia was brushed and groomed. 9S and to from Couderay to Price County Line. Trail 10 (the Tuscobia).
Birchwood Bobcats: 31, 10 (Tuscobia), 3S and into Washburn County. Lake Chetac is staked.
Musky Sno: 9, 5, 3, 18, the Spider Lake, Round Lake, Moose Lake, Tiger Cat and Callahan areas to 320 towards the Flowage. These have been done early this week and again starting tonight. As noted in an earlier post trail 8 and 3 in the northern part of the Chequamegon National Forest is a heavily used trail as it is used to enter and exit the county. It is a heavy haul for the groomers to make it that way (minimum of 8hr trip) that takes focus off of other trails and pushed volunteers into wee hours of the night. This creates trail issues in that section. the club has been brain storming and has decided to relocated a groomer to a business closer to that area so travel time can be minimized and better focus on this section. This groomer will move the end of this week/early next week.
Loretta Trailblazers: Currently grooming all between Tuscobia and Hwy W in the Flambeau. 25 south to Price and Rusk Co line will be groomed tomorrow.
All surrounding counties are open. Please visit Travel WI to view their trail reports.