Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 8-11 inches for a base.
Date of Report: February 5, 2019
To get the trail report in an easy-to-read, downloadable format, please to go https://www.superiorchamber.org/recreation/trail-report
*Please note – The Saunders Grade Trail will be closed for the entire 2018/2019 winter season due to significant damage caused by June 2018 flooding.*
It is critical that we respect the landowners who allow us to utilize their property, so please verify that the trail you intend to use is open at this time.
All trails in the SW Quadrant are open at this time. Many of the trails received snow over the past 48 hours, so the groomers are out. Trails are in fair to good condition.
All trails are open at this time. Trails 41N, 35N are groomed. Trails 41s, 541, 35S, 5, 7, 27, 27B, 217, 17N, and 17S will be groomed over the next few days.
Trail 17S has logging operations on both ends of the trail, please ride with care.
Trail 3 had 2-3 inches of new snow and is in excellent condition.
Please watch for low hanging brush and limbs.
All trails are open. Conditions are mostly excellent with a few icy corners. Trails are better to the north and thinner and icy to the south.
All trails with the exception of Trail 635 and Trail 235 which will be groomed before Friday. More grooming will occur before the weekend.
All trails are open and groomed except for Saunders Grade. Trails are in good to excellent condition. Please watch for brush and low hanging limbs.
Douglas County Ski Trails
Douglas County Ski Trails – Parking lots and service roads are plowed. Trails are groomed and tracked, with additional grooming and tracking to happen on 2/8/19. Conditions vary from fair to good due to the amount of snow available to groom with.
Superior Municipal Forest – All trails are groomed and tracked and are in good to excellent condition.
After Hours Ski Trail – Classic and skate tracks have been set. The trail is in excellent condition.
Pattison State Park – All trails are groomed and tracked. The trails are in excellent condition with 8 inches of base and 18 inches of snow in the woods. Vehicle admission is required.
For further information, please contact the Douglas County Forestry Department at 715-378-2219 Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm excluding Holidays.