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    Western Upper Michigan Trail Report
    Posted by WUPCVB on Thursday, March 12, 2015 12:07 PM

    Western U.P. Snowmobile Report


    Our temps through the weekend will be in the upper 40's and low 50's so our trails will take a beating. Groomers need cooler temps and more snow to groom.

    The Gogebic Range Trail Authority Groomers Report:
    Groomers are not grooming at this time. We need lower temps and some more snow. There is some open dirt on the trails in places and the trails are in poor condition.

    Lake Gogebic Groomer's Report:
    As temps reached into the 50's, the trails are pretty much gone in and around towns or wherever salt was used on the roadways. Some trails back in the woods are still fairly good, but use caution as some streams are opening up. There will be some wet conditions, some bare conditions, but also some fairly good trails in the cover of the woods.

    VERY IMPORTANT: Watch for the reroute where trails 1, 102 and 8 West meet, north of Merriweather going west for about 5 miles. Watch for changes and signs. YOU CANNOT USE THIS AREA FOR ANY RIDING. This reroute will continue to the end of the season. You may also want to top off your gas if headed north through this area as the reroute will add an extra ten miles (there and back) to your trip with no gas stops between Lake Gogebic and Konteka. To view a map of the reroute go to click on snowmobiling and go to the Lake Gogebic area.

    The Watersmeet Groomer's report:
    Well, it is that time of the year....the temps are on the rise. The snow has melted and the groomers stopped running March 8th. Without a good amount of new snow, this looks like we may be done. If conditions become favorable again, we can groom until the last day of March or even into April, weather and DNR permitting.

    Call our snowmobile report at 800-522-5657 anytime.

    Each Western U.P. snowmobiling adventure is unique and exciting, as there are over 2000 miles groomed trails, unplowed logging roads, secluded National Forest trails throughout our area. Explore a Western U.P. winter and share the experience of a Western U.P. snowmobiling vacation with your family and friends. This is what snowmobiling is all about. Because when natural beauty, brilliant exhilaration and good times come together, the sensation is Pure Michigan. Big Snow Country is a Snowmobiler's Paradise. This heavy snowfall gives you, the rider, the very best conditions and trails.

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