Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: good - fresh fluff received Sunday night
Date of Report: January 24, 2022
Trails are in good to very good condition. We continue to see lower sled traffic in the area. That has allowed the groomer operators to keep up on the trail conditions without robbing from the hard base. Without significant new snows, some of the “holes” can’t be filled, but overall the trails are very good.
We are seeing some signs of icy corners as they get burnt out. Some of the hills and exposed trails are getting thin. The fresh powder events over the last few days was a nice way to freshen them up.
Our lake crossings look good so far as no significant slush areas identified.
There is one trail closure on the Hodag Sno-Trails system: Trail H4 from Boom Lake to the intersection just north of River Rd. This is basically the “land” route to not running Boom Lake. The trail is closed at this point. We have been just notified that this is a permanent closure. Running the lake is the reroute. The club is continuing to look for another “land route” but it takes time and money (unfunded – club trail).
Get out and ride, it doesn’t get much better than this.
Keep an eye out for grooming activity at anytime. We continue to double-groom on days we need to for coverage of one of our groomers. The guys have been keeping up during this spell with a groomer down. I believe the trail conditions have not suffered at all during this time.