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Trail Report For: Price County – Park Falls, Phillips & Prentice - 03/05/2015

Trail Report: Price County – Park Falls, Phillips & Prentice

Reported By: Price County Tourism Department

Date of Report: 03/05/2015

Trail Conditions: Very Good

Snow Cover: 6-16

Area Report: Price County snowmobile trails are in excellent to good condition. Price County received approximately 2 inches of snow on Tuesday. The trails are firm and smooth other than a rough spot here and there and some icy corners. Groomers are out day and night. Please slow down when approaching a groomer and wait for the driver to allow you to pass. Stay on the beaten path on area lakes to avoid drifts and ruts. Temperatures will remain cold Wed.-Thurs., March 4-5, and trail conditions should remain good for the upcoming weekend. Temperatures next week are forecasted to be above freezing. This weekend may be the final time trails will be in good condition for the season. Conditions permitting, the trails will remain open through March 31.

News & Events: Cor PowerSports Cross County Snowmobile Races will be held March 7, 2015, 9am to 4pm on Butternut Lake. The course will consist of lake, fields, & some wooded terrain. For more information, go to http://corpowersports.com/schedule/Round9/.

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Snowmobiling Information

Price County, Wisconsin is one of the top ten snowmobile destinations in North America as rated by Snotrax International Magazine (Fall 2003)

Plan your next adventure! Price County, located in Northwestern Wisconsin, is home to a variety of Natural resources. This native abundance provides endless recreational opportunities, such as snowmobiling, cross country skiing, ice fishing, hiking, biking, golfing, canoeing, boating, fishing, hunting, camping, and ATV riding.

With more than 300 miles of trails, 147,000 acres of Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, 28,500 Acres of State Forest Land, 90,000 aces of County Forest land, and 18,000 acres of water, including 98 lakes, 45 trout streams, three major rivers and six county parks – it’s not difficult to understand why your next adventure should be in Price County.

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