Trail Conditions

Sawyer County Trail Condition Report 2/15/2018

Hello Riders!

As we all eagerly await each weekend for riding and watch the forecasts you know there was a warm up yesterday with some sunshine. Fortunately we have had a good base and freezing temps for the last two months so if you have a ride planned this weekend you most defiantly will want to get out and ride. Because of the day of warmer temps we did lose some base, however the wooded trails and lakes are still very good! The base that was lost you will find to be primarily to be on the trails that are out in the open and on or near roads. You will find some scattered bare spots. Some corners will be icy or bare as will some intersections. Many groomers went out before the day of warmer temps to flatten things and many more will continue to go out today and through the weekend. The reports are that those wooded trails are grooming very nicely. The wooded trails are reported to have a base anywhere from 4-7". And lakes are still very good. If you are looking to map out your weekend ride look to the woods and lakes to find your best riding!

The upcoming forecast brings some accumulation of snow on Sunday and Monday, this being a holiday weekend many of you will ride through Sunday so that is great news. Again, you can have a very good ride this weekend and the snow on Sunday will be wonderful to see! So get your gear out and ride!

Surrounding counties also report to be in good condition.

Thank you to all clubs members, volunteers and groomers! Thank you to all of you for choosing Sawyer County as your riding destination!

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*Trail conditions will be updated as changes occur!