Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 20-30”
Date of Report: March 13, 2019
Here are your current conditions
Our trail system is still open. The lastest we can stay open is till March 31st due to our agreements with private landowners.
Well, Mother Nature is being a little grumpy again. We did receive some rain overnight(Tuesday night) but with the huge base that we have, it didn’t kill them. We were able to groom everything prior to the rain. Trails will still good condition. The roads will start to get bare again. Lakes will get very slushy. Watch out for deer, if you come upon them, please give them some time to get off the trails. Use extreme caution at road crossings, snow banks are high and tough to see cross traffic. Stay on the trail on the lakes, if you get off, you will get stuck.
Please stay on the trail, or you have a good chance of getting stuck. You must yield to the groomers, they have the right away. It is much easier to get a sled unstuck then it is a groomer.
Please, slow down and limit your drinking. Way too many fatalities in northern Wisconsin, and they all can be prevented.
Lakes are all marked. Remember, stay as close to the barrels as possible. If you don’t see barrels, assume they are not safe.
Please respect our private landowners and stay on the trail. We have had a couple issues this year already and it always puts our trails in danger.
Use caution at all road crossing as they are icy.
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