Trail Report For: Minocqua
Reported By: Tom Bird – The Cross Country Cruisers
Date of Report: 02/25/2015
Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 12+
Area Report: I hate to sound like a broken record, but what we had last weekend is pretty much what we are going to have this weekend. The trail from Lake Minocqua to 47 trail is fair. The 47 trail is good to very good. The 70 trail is fair to good. All the trails north of HWY 70 are good to very good. Expect some icy corners and some snurt near town.
Remember to use caution on Vandercook Rd, and obey the posted speed limit, watch for logging trucks.
There is still a few weeks of good riding here in Cruiser country, so get out and ride.
Remember to Ride Right, and to Ride safe. Have a great weekend!!
CCC Trail Boss`s
Vilas Co Steve Wolfe
Oneida Co John (Ringo) Hereen
News & Events:
The Magic of Winter – Sled the Vast, White Northland
Thanks to the hard work of our many snowmobile clubs and volunteers, an extensive network of professionally groomed trails – more than 1600 miles – are maintained. A magnificent natural environment with 1300 glacial lakes and 233,000 acres of public forest lands provide a perfect setting for snowmobilers in the Minocqua – Arbor Vitae – Woodruff Area. Take off in any direction to sled on the spacious and well marked routes throughout the forests. The locale features a number of trail side pit stops – step inside, enjoy the atmosphere, but please be responsible. Don’t drink and drive !
Detailed Snowmobile maps are available at the Minocqua Chamber or contact them for postage fees and envelope sizes and they will be happy to mail you maps when we receive your S.A.S.E envelope.
Send your request to: Minocqua Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1006, Minocqua, WI 54548 or call 1-800-446-6784. Be sure to tell them that you found them on SnowTracks.com.
Cross country ski trail maps of maintained NH-AL trails and Minocqua Winter Park may also be sent to you if you call the Chamber, 715-356-5266, for postage requirements (standard business size S.A.S.E. Envelope is appropriate).