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Trail Report: Keweenaw Peninsula / Houghton-Hancock, South Range, Copper Harbor, Michigan – February 23, 2017

Trail Conditions: Fair
Snow Cover: 8" to 24"
Date of Report: February 23, 2017
Area Report:

We are back in business.  Groomers are out on all trails getting them back in shape after the high temps and million riders from last weekend.  All trails are open except #122 between Lake Linden and Gay, because of logging.  Stay off of this!  You can take the trail as far as the Dreamland trail so that you can go out to Dreamland, but no farther.  Trail #133 between Gay and Lac Labelle is rough, be prepared if you take this trail.  We got about an inch of snow last night so parking lots have a covering but main roads are mostly bare.  Forecast is for temps below freezing for the weekend and snow every day starting tonight.  Lake effect will kick in tomorrow, so no telling how much snow we will get.  Then snow next week too.  After the groomers have gone over all the trails, they should be in good condition.  The only reason they were in poor condition is because the groomers couldn’t go out since Saturday and there were so many riders out there. 

Remember to respect private property and others on the trail, stay on the marked, groomed trails, stay off all water unless its marked for crossing, slow down, and save the drinking for after the riding!

Happy Trail from the Trail Goddess!