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Trail Report – : Price County – Park Falls, Phillips & Prentice, Wisconsin – January 18, 2019

Reporter:Price County Tourism Department
Trail Conditions: Fair
Snow Cover: 4-6
Date of Report: January 18, 2019
Area Report:

Sno Gypsies 1/17/19

We Groomed 80 89 90 and 91 today we will be grooming 80 south to Boyer road and Toscobia trail tonight trails and fair to good condition all swamps are frozen and groomed enjoy Thank You from the Gypsies Drive responsibly ,enjoy

Eisenstein Bushwackers 1/17/19

Jan 17th 2019 all Bushwacker trails where groomed today 80 from Boyer Road to White Rock RD 101 from Fifield to 105 /103/104/105/110 and 111 from 105 to Park Falls 101 from Fifield is ok in need of snow but groomed our trails mostly are ready for good riding not a lot of snow but good enjoy slow down and enjoy the scenery Thank you from the Bush wackers

Prentice Bush Benders Trail Report 01/17/2019

The trails are in fair condition in the wooded areas and poor condition with minimal snow coverage in the open areas and around the village of Prentice. They are still in early season riding condition with some rough spots. We are currently grooming/panning the trails once per week until we get more snow and can start normal grooming operations. The trails to the South and East of Prentice have the most snow cover and all creeks and swamps remain frozen at this time. There is logging on trail 181 East of Prentice and on trail 116 around County Road K. With the base we have down trail conditions will improve quickly if we get more snow. Ride safe and have fun.

The Sno Drovers 1/15/19

The Sno Drovers’ trails in the Pike Lake area continue to be in fair to good condition.   While the weekend traffic was hard on the thin snow cover, but they are grooming up well.  There are rocks in areas that have made their way to the top of the snow, especially on 101 west from the lakes by the iron bridge and on 111 just north of Fish Trap Road.  There are occasional bare spots, but not too many nor too bad.  If we get just a few inches of snow, the trails should be great since they are nice and flat now. 

Logging continues on Trail 120 south of the big swamp and Fould’s Creek Rd and on Trail 108 between Trail 101 and highway 70.  Take these slowly and expect icy conditions and logging equipment.