Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 9-10 Inches
Date of Report: February 14, 2023
While we’d like to wait until Wednesday has passed to give a full weekend report, we know many would like just a bit of an update prior so we will give the best as possible as of today. Monday, we had warm temps and today is warmer with some rain in the forecast. While rain is never helpful the good news is we have a deep base, so our conditions should hold up. The temps are forecast to drop on Wednesday and hold cold for a few days. When this happens there could be some icy spots on the trails, specifically around corners. The groomers will be back out after Wednesday to smooth things out and they will pull some snow from sides into corners and stop signs/intersections as needed. The trails near and on the roads will have some bare and dirty spots as they are exposed to the elements and heavy traffic as well as salt from the plow trucks; so please DO NOT judge the trails by the ones near the roads. We have great wooded trails! Also remember the roadside trials are mostly connecting trails and get you from point A to point B, so you do not need to be on them long. Wednesday night a little snow is in the forecast, just enough to clean up things.
The lakes report to be pretty good, on the lake trails with the traffic and the warmup and re-freeze they have smoothed out a bit, will still be some rough spots, but certainly rideable. Lake Hayward is not staked.
We will report after Wednesday, closer to the weekend, when groomers are back out smoothing things up for the weekend! If you are planning a weekend ride keep it on the schedule and get out there!!