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Wisconsin Snow Report: awesome riding continues

Wisconsin Snow Report: head north for good riding

Updated: 02/23/20

Warm weather has taken a toll on many of the state’s trails, but there are plenty of awesome systems to explore in the northern counties. As of today, trails open or partially open in the majority of counties north of Wausau.

More snow is on the way, so many trail systems may reopen soon  – keep checking this  report. Here’s an update on current trail conditions and where you can find trails that are still open. Enjoy the ride!

Note: Please check with individual businesses like restaurants and lodging properties for information on any changes in hours or services due to COVID-19.

Northwest Wisconsin

There is a lot of good riding to be found in northwest Wisconsin.  Sawyer County trails are still “excellent” by the clubs there with a base of 8-10 inches, thanks to a shot of snow Sunday night.  The trails are reportedly very nice and the groomers are out cleaning up after a busy weekend. Ashland County trails are still in nice shape – officially rated “good” to “excellent.” by the clubs there. Grooming us ingoing.

Trails in Bayfield County are still rated “good” with some varied conditions. The base ranges from 4-12 inches.

Trails are open in Rusk County with trails generally rated “good.” Groomers are working hard – use caution around the rivers.

Western Wisconsin

Trails in St. Croix County are once again closed – time to do the snow dance in that region!

Northeast Wisconsin

Trail conditions continued to be in good to excellent condition in much of Northeast Wisconsin.

Trails in Oneida County are open and in “good” to “very good” condition. Trails were reportedly holding on in Rhinelander with a solid base of 6-9 inches.

Trails were open and generally good condition across Vilas County, although a snow event would be welcomed.

The Presque Isle Area has a trails that range from “good,” 10-16 inches of base.  Boulder Junction reported trails in good condition despite very heavy traffic. The current base is nearly two feet.

Trails in Eagle River are rated “good” with sledders closely watching a forecast that calls for more snow.

Trails in St. Germain trails were rated as “good” with trails softening up due to the mild weather. Land O’ Lakes trails were open and continue to be rated “excellent” with a base of 10-12 inches. Enjoy your ride!

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