Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 12-18 inches
Date of Report: March 13, 2023
As you all know…. we received additional 10 inches of snow yesterday… so riding is unbelievable. Our clubs and operators are continuing to groom this wonderful snow.. wish we could have gotten a little bit of it in February instead of all in March. Oh well, what are you going to do. LOL
Looks like another great week for riding in the U.P. Right now, road intersections are good again.. Honestly, looks like we’re going to be able to go all the way to the end of March for riding this year.
Trails over all are in Very Good to Excellent Condition – Even the southern trails received enough snow to get them back up to Very Good Condition.
Very Good to Excellent – Trail #2, Trail #107, Trail #116, Trail #16, Trail #18, Trail #113,
Very Good – Trail #15 S. and Trail #111
If you have the time and want to get in another great run… don’t hesitate this week or weekend trails are AWESOME just about any direction you want to go.
Trail 15 N. will remain closed to the intersection of Trail #111
Trail #16 from Sagola to Trail #5 remains closed as well.
Thanks Again to everyone who came up and stayed and rode in Iron County this snowmobile season… it was great seeing and having you here. Thank you also goes out to our (2) clubs (Iron Range Trail Club & Chippewa Sno-Kats) for doing such a wonderful job in keeping our trails flat and smooth. Also, a “BIG” thanks goes out to ALL the groomer operators and mechanics who kept the machines out on the trails… not an easy job to do and a lot of volunteered hours there… THANK YOU!!!!!
As always, let’s not forget to Ride Right.. Give the Groomers the right away.. Thumbs-Up when you see a Groomer (only if you can of course).. please slow down when you see approaching sleds or groomers..
Enjoy this beautiful snow and trails… have a great ride!!
Happy & Safe Sledding everyone!!