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Price County

Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 6-10
Date of Report: January 28, 2022

Snowmobile Information:

1/21/22: All county trails are open. Trails are generally in “good” condition based on the cover – base is still very thin, and there are still rocks that are only covered with powder, so be careful on the hills. We got 2 inches of fresh snow on Tuesday, and the forecast is calling for another 2 inches tonight, so things are shaping up nicely… Lakes have re-frozen relatively solid, with 6-10″ of ice, depending on the lake. Foot travel or snowmobile only is advised. Lots of Northerns, Crappies and Bluegills being taken. I’m posting some additional club info below: – Woody 1/18/22 – Fifield Sno Drovers: The trails in the Fifield/Pike Lake area are all open and groomed. The trail conditions vary from good to very good, but snow remains thin. Some segments still have rocks coming through. We got 2 inches of snow on Tuesday, and more on the way. Trails are the best we’ve had so far this season, so get out there and ride! 1/19/22 – Driftsplitters Kennan/Catawba Trails: The club is continuing to groom on a regular schedule, trails are in good shape. Trail 94 has been opened back up 1-18-22, groomed and in good shape. We have ongoing logging operations on trail 94 – about 1/2 mile of dozed trail south of 3 Mile Bar & Grille, trail 181 east of intersection 100 halfway to Prentice, and trail 80 south of intersection 100 going to Taylor Cty, two operations each dozed about 2 miles. All dozed trails have little to no snow. Use caution when meeting logging equipment. 1/11/22 – NorthWoods Hi-Riders: We are happy to report the trails around the Solberg Lake area are generally in good to very good condition. All trails are now on a regular grooming schedule. It is still early season, so there may be a few thin spots and be on the lookout for rocks and branches on the trail – please be courteous and stop to clear any debris off the trail to keep you and other riders safe.