Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 8-12"
Date of Report: February 12, 2023
All trails including the Cemetery trail were groomed late last night into early Sunday AM. Trail Boss Chad said there was more good than bad when grooming. He was able to pull corners back in. There are some high travel spots that have taken a beating with sled traffic and the warmer temps during the day. These areas are down to the base.
Remember that with the warmer temps, the snow will soften and push out in corners. Under that is the ice base. This makes the corners slick. Enjoy the ride and slow down.
We are watching the forecasts closely and adjusting grooming times accordingly. We may cut back a few days this week due to temps. If we can get thru the next few days, there is colder temps coming and some potential snow. We need a good dump to freshen the trails up. Keep doing the snow dance.
News and Reports:
If you find a condition that you need to report to the Conover Sno-Buddies like a down tree, water on the trail, etc, either message us on Facebook, use the contact page on our website, or even notify a local establishment. They know how to get a hold of us to fix the issue.
- A reminder to ride between the orange blazers. Along Hwy K West, there were several 100 trees removed this summer to place new electric poles. Most of the stumps are still there. If you were to hit one, it could ruin your trip quickly. Ride Right ➡️ Ride Safe.
- To see where the Groomer is at, check out Groomer Tracker Half the cost of the app comes back to Conover Sno-Buddies to support grooming operations.
Our annual Poker Run starts December 24th and ends on March 4th. You can pick up game cards to be stamped at several locations in Conover, Eagle River, Phelps, and Land O Lakes. Draw party is March 4th. No need to be present to win.
February 18 – Northwoods Blizzard Blast
Conover Community Park
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
A Flurry of Winter Fun for Everyone!
The Winter Event That Supports Local Fire and EMS Departments
March 17 – Fundraiser at Club 45. Annual St. Patricks Day Corned Beef dinner. Money raised at this benefit go to the Sno-Buddies for trail maintenance. Come out and enjoy a Corned Beef dinner provided by the Payne Family.