12-28-2009, 09:19 AM
They have started grooming in the Solon Springs area....Superior basically has no snow. I put on 150 miles yesterday between here and the Wascott area. Anyone looking for great riding I would highly recommend this area! the main corridors are old railway grades which connect you to the entire area....Superior to Rice Lake and Ashland ( the tri county corridor and the Wild Rivers trail, and into Minnesota. Local interconnecting trails run largely via dirt county roads and logging roads) and are basically free of rock until you get near the MN/Wi border. Always beware of logging operations and stay on the trails lest you wind up wrapped around stumps. Food and beverage opportunities abound. The scenery is breathtaking! Douglas county boasts more public land than most and road routes are usually well marked. Be safe, be respectfull of private property and the Mosinee paper and public forests. We live, work and play in an extremely vast and varied geographic area. The entire South Shore of Lake Superior is considered the snow belt.......Our local business community is friendly and open to tourism, fuel is available readily but make sure you refill often....it's easy to go thirty + miles and see just a handfull of sleds or anything but beauty. Come ride with us!