Welcome to the
areas with Trail Report For: January 18, 2018
Snow Cover: 4" - 6"
Trail Conditions: Very Good
The Sugar Camp trails are in very good riding condition, having been helped by the few inches of snow that we received early in the week. Swampy and low lying areas may still be rough, but the new snow and cold temperatures helped fill in some of the rough spots. Use caution coming into sharp corners and steep hills as they are getting icy.
Lake crossings are now open and marked with orange barrels and are safe to cross. Maintain reasonable speeds while crossing the lakes as there are rough and slushy areas, especially if you roam away from the marked trail.
Remember to support your local clubs and their sponsors as you ride and don't forget to purchase the required DNR trail pass. Just a reminder that all intersections are marked with a 3-digit number that will help first responders find your location in the event of an emergency on the trail.
The Sugar Camp Snowmobile Club would like to thank our members and sponsors for their support in maintaining our trails this season.
*** United we trail, divided we fail.***
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