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Snowmobile and Ski Trail Conditions Report – 2.28.19

snowmobile on the trailSoaring Eagle Ski Trails – 2/21/2019 Excellent conditions continue at Soaring Eagle, as the groomers have been working hard to keep up with all the snow! We had another 4″ Wednesday, and skate lanes were done Thursday. The classic tracks were left with fluffy snow, but we broke trail and several others followed in the afternoon, so conditions should be fine throughout today. Watch for a big hole on the first part of Lilly’s loop, which we determined was animals digging down for a deer carcass. How did that get there? Open house Sunday from 1-3:30, depending on weather.

Nevis Trailblazers – 2/23/2019 Snow Report  What a year!! Nevis Area received another 4-5 inches last night!! And it was 28 degrees today and the sleds were out in full force!! So good to see!!  Get out for a ride!!

Forest Riders Snowmobile Club – 2/26/2019 – We received another dusting.

2/25/2019 – That was some wicked wind yesterday. There will definitely be heavy drifting in open areas with all the new snow. The guys are coming across a few limbs and debris on the trail. Ride with extra caution. Snow in the forecast for Tuesday as well.

Tentative GROOMING Schedule:
(will update w/n this post)

Mon – [#11( T.I. going North), #21, #22] [#18, #29, #17(Portage) & #16]
Tues – Osage/Wolf Lake & Itasca Park
Wed – [#11 (TI to PR)] [#25(Co89) #24 & #31(Co 4)]
Thur – #14 (prairie)

Forest Riders HELP WANTED: Is there anyone that will be available on Saturday to help gather raffle tickets? They need to be picked up after 6pm & delivered to Clancy’s by 8. We have 3 spots left….Emmaville, Knob & Kettle & Spike’s

This page will be updated as reports come in.  Last updated 12:39 PM at 2/28/19

Outdoor Events

March 1 & 2 – Forest Riders Hospice Raffle Ride

March 2 – Spring Snowshoe Hike:  A Back Country Exploration

March 19 – Circle time Under the Pines: A is for Animal Ears

Making the trip up?  Here’s where to stay.

Once you’re in the area, stop into the Tourist Information Center off of Highway 71 South in Park Rapids.  We’ve got trail maps for all sorts of trails; hiking trails, Itasca trails, snowmobile trails and more.  What we don’t have, we’ll find for you.

Tourist Information Center

1204 Park Avenue South

Park Rapids, MN 56470

 

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