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Trail Report – : Bayfield County, Wisconsin – February 16, 2023

Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 8-10 inches
Date of Report: February 16, 2023
Area Report:

Trails have held up well despite the rain. There are some wet and icy spots so drive with caution. as always, ride right.

News and Reports:

Barnestormers  While we expect that Tuesday’s rain has had an effect on our trails, we are hearing good reports from riders. About half of our trails were groomed before the rain, our groomer will be going out today (Thursday) to finish up. We are expecting to see some bare spots and icy corners, however as you get away from town and into the woods, we expect fair to great conditions.

Drummond Sno Jacks  No report

Namakagon Trail Groomers   Trails were checked Wednesday, and things were looking good considering the rain. Club gave 7 out of 10 rating. Groomers will be out as soon as possible and weather permitting.

Northern Adventures   Trails in Iron River have been groomed this week and are in good shape.

South Shore Trails Club All South Shore trails will be groomed by Thursday and will be in great condition.

Washburn Valhellers   Groomers will be out Thursday to groom and assess trails. Visit their facebook page for an update!

White River Ramblers  Trail 4 to Mason has been groomed but encountered large pockets of water in between Horstman Road and White River Road.

Snowmobile Information:


Sign up to receive text message or email trail condition updates on the county website under “Notify Me.” You can also find updates on Snowtracks and view the Wisconsin Snow Conditions widget at 


Order a snowmobile map online or pick one up at area businesses. You can also download the Avenza app (for free) and get the updated Snowmobile Map on your device before you hit the trails – locate yourself on the trail map with GPS so you can see where you are, even with no cell reception! If you’d like to see the sponsor businesses on the same type of map, try the Trail Treker app ($1.99).

Be sure to stop in, warm up and patronize the businesses on our snowmobile map. Their advertising makes it possible to print and distribute the map.