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Trail Report For: Superior – Douglas County – 01/13/2015

Reported By: Superior-Douglas County Visitors Bureau

Trail Report: Superior – Douglas County

Date of Report: 01/13/2015

Trail Conditions: Fair

Snow Cover: 6″

Area Report: Douglas County Winter Trails Update 1/13/2015

As is typical for this time of year, certain trail segments can be opened and others are not
ready yet due to wetland crossings and/or have restrictions due to private land easements.
It is critical that we respect the landowners who allow us to use their property… please
review the information below carefully before trail riding and confirm that you are using
open trails. Please note that on certain trails only segments of that trail may be open at
this time. We anticipate frequent updates as the clubs report in with trails they have
checked. In all areas where the winter recreational trails are closed the clubs are actively
working on the getting the trails open.

NE Quadrant
Brule River Riders Trail Report for Monday January 12, 2015:
All Brule River Riders trails are open at this time.
Trails in our western and southern areas are not recommended for snowmobiles at this
2 – 4 inches of new snow over most of our area on Thursday.
Snow levels are higher in the north east portion of Douglas County. Snow levels drop off
east of Poplar and Amnicon Falls on Trail 2 (Tri County Corridor) around Hawthorne on
Trail 4 and south of Hwy 27 on trail # 27.
Trail 2: (Tri County Corridor) :Groomed Monday (today) from Amnicon Falls to Brule.
Thin areas are just west of the Brule River in Brule, around Hwy P in Poplar, and a
couple very thin spots in the new construction areas around Wentworth.
Trail 4: Groomed Brule to Hawthorne Thursday/Friday. Conditions vary from fair to
good early winter riding condition.
Trail 6 West: Groomed Friday. Condition is some fair, some good. Road routes are ok.
Trail 6 East: Groomed Friday. Condition is mostly good early winter riding condition.
Road route is unknown at this time but if it is anything like the west side of Lake
Nebagamon it’s ok.
Trail 24: Groomed Friday: Conditions vary widely from poor to good early winter riding
condition. Snow levels in open areas are very thin, swamp areas are dirty from grooming
ruts and the southern part close to Trail 4 is good early winter condition.
Trail 27: Groomed Monday from Brule to Bayfield Trail 18. (northern most 6 miles)
Fair to good condition.

NW Quadrant
All Winter use trails in this quadrant are closed at this time with the exception of:
All trails within the city limits of the city of Superior
The Saunders Grade
The Gandy Dancer

SW Quadrant
All Winter use trails in this quadrant are closed at this time except for:
Trails 5 and 5A – Currently in poor condition and not groomed.
*Trail 9 is currently being worked on and may be available for opening next
week…watch for updates.

SE Quadrant
JPR Trail update.
Trail 3 from Trail 41 to CTH T
Trail 5
Trail 7
Trail 27
Trail 35 (Wild Rivers Trail)
Trail 41s from Trail 3 to Burnett co. line
Trail 41N – Segment from Pierce Road east to the warming shack —Use marked detour
on the Tom Green Road to bypass the closed section of 41N)
Trail 541
Trail 41N – Segment from Trail 35 west to the Pierce Road – see above for detour
information – Gates remain closed
Trail 41 between Hwy 53 & Trail 3 – Gates remain closed
Trail 3 North of CTH T – Gates remain closed
All trails are in poor to fair condition, more snow in woods than in open areas. Use
caution. Swamps frozen, closed segments due to lack of snow. Please Respect closed
gates. Thank you.

Trail 217 and Trail 17
Trail 217 from Corridor 35 east to Trail 17 OPEN – Un-Groomed – ATV Condition =
Good / Snowmobile Condition = Poor
Trail 17 South from Cabin Lane to Fowlers Circle OPEN – Un-Groomed – ATV
condition = Good / Snowmobile Condition = Poor
Trail 17 South from Fowlers Circle to Trail 8 in Sawyer Co. CLOSED

PLEASE NOTE: The Tri-County Corridor, Trail 27, Trail 1, Trail 17 and Trail 217 are
managed by others.

Tri-County Corridor -715 763 3418
Trail 27 – Brule River State Forest – 715 372 4866
Trail 1 – Brule River Riders – John Deterling, Sr. – 715 364 2590
Trail 217 and Trail 17– Get-ER-Done Club – Tom Rudd – 715 376 2382

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