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Trail Report – : Hayward / Sawyer County, Wisconsin – February 7, 2019

Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 9 to 14 inches of snow
Date of Report: February 7, 2019
Area Report:

Hello Riders!!

Thank you for your patience on the trail report, our crews have been out the last two days vigorously grooming, panning, brushing, checking trails and good things come to those who wait! The trails are in very good condition! Monday evening we got a bit of fresh snow and on Tues most of the county received about 4″ of great snow! Wednesday night about another inch and the snow continues today and the forecast mentions 3-7″ so we will do a quick report Fri after the snow today has completed. But where we stand we have EXCELLENT trails throughout the county!

The trails in the southern part have been shorthanded the snow so many times this year and are finally able to report they have good snow and their groomers are running! Please stop by those trails and establishments and say hello!

Riders, you now have the entire county to roam and ride, you will not run out of miles!
All of the Tuscobia has been groomed.
Trail 6 from Ojibwa to the dam on the Flowage, trail 9 from Couderay to the Blueberry Oasis. Tuscobia from Price Co to Birchwood and trail 5. Trails 6 and 9 will be before the weekend.
The Flambeau will be completed by tomorrow afternoon.
Near Deer Run; Trails 21 from 319 to 18 and 18 from the Flowage to 12 have been groomed and will be again before the weekend.
Trail 31 from LCO, trails from Hayward to Little Round Lake, Osprey, Chippewa Flowage and Grindstone all groomed. Trails 29 and 9 off of the Flowage groomed.
All of the trails in the Seeley Hills are groomed. Nelson Lake area groomed.
Trails 15, 5, 9, 3, 18 areas coming in and out of Lake Callahan, the Tiger Cat Flowage, Spider Lake, Round Lake, Lost Land and Teal are groomed.

Surrounding Counties;
Bayfield and Price Counties are open and reported to be in good condition, Washburn is open and reported to be fair, Ashland is partially open and those open are in good condition, Rusk is now fully open and fair, Barron is closed.

Thank you to all of the groomers, clubs, volunteers for all your hard work and long hours! Thank you the riders out that have encountered any groomers that were down and offered help and rides because as with any mechanical equipment, obstacles can happen. And thank you to all of you for choosing Sawyer County as your riding destination!