Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 24
Date of Report: March 14, 2023
Western U P Snowmobile Trail Report— 03/14/2023
Another round of snow this weekend Thursday, Friday and Saturday 18+ more inches of snow. Riding isn’t over yet. Come up and enjoy the trails.
Three groomers were out last night on trail 160, 8 and 11s Please watch for groomers and be careful.
Groomed up Trail 1 in the Marenisco area and March is definitely in its “lion” phase with a good dump of 8” or more with it still coming down as I type. There is a whole lot of snow out there folks and the trails are in peak condition for this time of the season. Get out and ride!
Trail 1S on the north end of Lake Gogebic where the highways of M-64 and M-28 intersect 4 miles west of Bergland is closed for the remainder of the season as logging crews move in. We thank our logging landowners greatly for the access they provide and sledders you have to respect the closures! You can get to Marenisco using the lake.
If you’re thinking about coming up to ride – don’t think too long! Come on up while everything is still good!!!
Groomers were out in full force last night in our neck of the UP. 3+ inches of snow overnight riding should be. Ride right, Ride safe
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Winter lays a white blanket across the hills inviting all to come outdoors and play; Snowmobile down endless groomed trails. Michigan is a snowmobiler’s paradise, boasting more than six million acres of state and federal lands along with hundreds of miles of privately owned trails.
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