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Trail Report – : Minocqua, Wisconsin – January 29, 2019

Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 7-9 on good base
Date of Report: January 29, 2019
Area Report:

Snowmobile Trail Report by Cross Country Cruisers 1/29/19

Sadly there has been yet another snowmobile fatality in Oneida Co and our neighboring town of Lake Tomahawk. A 44 year old man from the Green Bay area left a marked snowmobile trail and struck some trees around 9:00 pm Saturday night. Our thoughts and prayers go out to him and everyone this terrible loss affects. Please folks let`s try and be safe out there!

It has also been brought to my attention that I may have been reporting conditions on trail 10 improperly. We do have a section of unfunded trail 10 that adjoins with trial 70 in town. From here on I will refer to this section as trail 70/10 in town.

Cruisers trails held up very well through the weekend and remain in good to very good condition with the exception of trail 70/10 in town. This trail is fair to good.

We did receive a couple inches of fresh snow Sunday night and into Monday and with the cold temperatures that are forecasted for the next couple days the Cruisers trails will remain mostly good to very good. Watch for icy corners and if you are riding in a group the snow dust for the riders in the middle or towards the back is very intense! Please use some extra caution.

I will do a bit more detailed report again on Thursday. So I will say this again,the clubs put a lot of work into brushing, signing and grooming theses trails for your safety and enjoyment. So please let`s all take the time to ride so that we can see these information signs warning us of changing conditions ahead and ride at the ability that we can control our snowmobiles and have an enjoyable ride for your safety and others! We love seeing all the riders enjoying the trails and patronizing all of our great sponsors. We want nothing more than for you to have
a great experience, return home safely and plan your next visit!

Please!! Ride Right Ride Safe!!
Steve Wolfe