Trail Report: Boulder Junction
Reported By: Boulder Junction Chamber of Commerce
Date of Report: 12/17/2014
Trail Conditions: Poor
Snow Cover: 3-8 inches
Area Report: Thank goodness for the snow belt, we got about 6 inches over the past couple days and it is still snowing. After the warm weekend we were concerned that the trails would be in bad shape but now I think they will be OK. We will be out grooming tonight, and the trails should be in fair to good condition for the weekend. The weathermen are predicting some substantial snow for next week so keep your fingers crossed for a good holiday week.
The trail leaving town to the south and east, 15s-8e has been re-routed straight east of town, we no longer go behind the Lions Pavilion. It is well marked and should not be a problem. Trail 8w between trail 2 and North Creek Road has been logged and the loggers plowed it so it will be rough there until we get more snow. Also be aware of green electrical boxes near some of the trails, they buried all the wires here and some of the boxes are close to our trails.
For travel information and maps, visit boulderjct.org or call the Chamber at 1-800-GO-MUSKY.
Lou, Trail Boss
Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club
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