Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 9-16 inches of snow
Date of Report: January 28, 2020
The trails have a fabulous base and lots of snow, the lakes have good ice and now in the last week with the new snow falls there is snow on the lakes! What else to report other than it’s excellent out there!
if you’re on a trail and you find it to be rough it is more than likely due to being a heavily traveled trail and it’s not due to neglect by a groomer. Sawyer County is pretty spectacular with their system and how they divide their trails between clubs evenly and log their hours, we want to be able to groom as the logged hours are what assist the county in funding for the trails so they are out there all the time! But if you do encounter a trail condition you find needs attention please let us know, it so easy to do! Just pop on sawyercountyalliance.com and on the right side you will see Report a Trail Issue and you can enter the info, it’s that easy! That gets sent to the appropriate area where it gets promptly reported to the trail captain of that section. We always appreciate the extra set of eyes out there!
Speaking of grooming there is a trail update for trail 6 from Ojibwa to Airborne Rd is still closed and the detour is still in place. The crew did remove some down trees and determined grooming could resume from Airborne Rd to the dam.
Lake Hayward is now staked all the way across.
Surrounding counties are open and excellent as well.