Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: Iron Snow Shoe Trails Are all OPEN & being GROOMED
Date of Report: January 27, 2023
IRON SNOW SHOE TRAILS, NW of Crivitz, WI
Located in central Marinette County, our well groomed trails stretch from the Nicolet National Forest to Crivitz and include the Twin Bridges, High Falls Flowage, Caldron Falls Flowage, Silver Cliff, Thunder Mountain and Crooked Lake areas of northeastern Wisconsin.
1″ of new snow this morning and it is still snowing right now 1-27-23 9:06am It is perdicted to keep snowing until around noon today.
Trails are in good conditions with a hard ice base in areas. Groomers will be out tonight and Saturday night. Very cold weather is the forecast for the next week to help keep the snow around.
PLEASE USE CAUTION -There may be some wet areas.
SORRY FOR THE INCONVENIENCE: TRAIL CLOSED from Thornton’s Resort to Boat Landing 12 Rd (They are logging in that area.)
Please go Thorntons–Jungle Jim’s–Rustic–Rapids
KEEP RIGHT AT ALL TIMES……..RIDE SINGLE FILE…….ANTICIPATE ON-COMING TRAFFIC…..WAVE PEOPLE ON TO PASS AT STOP SIGNS….USE HANDLE SIGNALS
RIDE SAFE…..HAVE FUN………ENJOY OUR BAUTIFUL TRAILS
With over 130 miles of trails, the Iron Snow Shoe Snowmobile Club is one of the largest snowmobile clubs in Wisconsin. Located in central Marinette County, our well groomed trails stretch from the Nicolet National Forest to Crivitz and include the Twin Bridges, High Falls Flowage, Caldron Falls Flowage, Silver Cliff, Thunder Mountain and Crooked Lake areas of northeastern Wisconsin. Trail conditions are updated several times weekly throughout the season and usually include photos of the local trails.
The heart of the system is the area around High Falls and Caldron Falls Flowages. In addition, we offer the beautifully scenic River Trail along the Peshtigo River. The flowages/Twin Bridge area is a favorite destination of many snowmobilers. Local businesses offer a wide variety of services and include supper clubs, lodging from modest cabins to deluxe condos & homes, traditional north woods trail stops, and more.