Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 30-40 inches
Date of Report: February 27, 2019
Trail report for February 27, 2019 – Trails are VERY GOOD. The current temp is about zero. We got a few inches of snow last night. Yesterday I took a ride with the wife and we did a short loop to Manitowish Waters. The trails were flat and stiff with the below zero temps. There was very little traffic and it was a very enjoyable ride. The Boulder and Manitowish Waters groomers did a great job. Thanks!
With all the snow visibility at intersections and other areas are decreased so use extra caution. Signs on the trail may have become snow-covered. The groomers are clearing the snow from the signs but if you encounter a snow-covered sign on the trail help us out and brush the snow away so riders can see it. Please stay on marked trails. Flagging and signs are up for a reason. STAY ON THE TRAIL! Some snowmobiles are going off the trails and getting stuck in the deep snow. Watch out for the other riders on the trail. Remember to be safe, ride right, and enjoy the ride.
~Jim (Hammy) Hamilton, Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club President
Join the Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club on Saturday, March 2 for their annual Cabin Fever Party! All you care to eat broasted chicken dinner buffet with all of the trimmings from 5pm-8pm at Gooch’s A-1 on Hwy M by car or Trail 15 north by snowmobile in Boulder Junction. Join in the fun with all of the items to be raffled off including a 50/50, paddle raffle, basket raffle, and large item raffle. For more information contact Jen Beda at (715) 385-2444 PROCEEDS ARE USED TO FUND TRAIL GROOMING EQUIPMENT& TRAIL MAINTENANCE.