Reported By: Superior-Douglas County Visitors Bureau
Trail Report: Superior – Douglas County
Date of Report: 12/30/2014
Trail Conditions: Poor
Snow Cover: 0-6″
Area Report: Douglas County Snowmobile/Winter ATV Trail System: 12/30/14
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.
Brule River Riders Trail Report: All Brule River Rider Trails remain open at this time. Trails are currently in poor to fair condition at this time. Limited grooming may occur next week if the weather allows.
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
All Winter use trails in this quadrant are closed at this time except for:
Tails 5 and 5A – Currently in poor condition and not groomed.
JPR Trail update: Open trails include: #35 Wild Rivers Trail, # 41s from #3 to Burnett co. line, # 5, Trail 3 from Trail 41 to CTH T open.
Closed trails include: Trails 7, Trail 27, Trail 41N, Trail 541, Trail 41 between Hwy 53 & Trail 3, Trail 3 North of CTH T, Trail 217 and Trail 17, Trail 217 from Corridor 35 east to Trail 17 OPEN – Un-Groomed – ATV Condition = Poor / Snowmobile Condition = not advisable Very Poor Trail 17 South from Cabin Lane to Fowlers Circle OPEN – Un-Groomed – ATV condition = Poor / Snowmobile Condition = not advisable Very Poor, Trail 17 South from Fowlers Circle to Trail 8 in Sawyer Co. CLOSE
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 – See more at: http://www.superiorchamber.org/recreation-reports.html#sthash.4AnEnZ2Z.dpuf
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