All trails were groomed proior to Friday's snow. New snow has since fallen on the groomed surface. Trails are in good to Excellent condition. As Saturday's Sled traffic chewed up the new powder, expect conditions to get a little rough for Sundays riding. The Groomer will again be out Early next week to Smooth out the Trails. Anticipate outstanding Riding conditions for next weekend.(Feb.5,6 &7).The weather seems to be cooperating with temps dropping back below freezing for all next week. Today ( Saturday Jan 30) Temps climbed into the low to mid 40's but had little effect on the Trails. The fresh snow was a little slow is all.
Snow Continues to fall on the Arrowhead Region. Grooming is in full swing. Trails continue to improve. With little riding pressure, and snow falling almost daily. The groomer is producing excellent conditions for riding. Temperatures have been in the mid 20's this week. What more can one ask for? A word of Caution about the Lakes, Slush is still being encountered.
Trails are in Excellent condition as winter is now in full swing. Grooming continues, with every trail being Groomed on a weekly basis. The riding is Fantastic. Yesterday we were the first sleds down the trail, with fresh snow on a perfectly Groomed surface. The riding contiunes to improve as more snow falls. The snow is still hanging in the trees everywhere in the Back Country. Appears like a scene from "Currier & Ives" where ever you look. The Caribou shelter is stocked with firewood and ready for Picknicing, A great spot to stop and enjoy the views. Caribou Lake is right below you with Lake Superior in the distance.It was fun to shut the sleds down every once in a while and listen to the silence, broken only by the howl of a wolf in the distance. As dusk approched we slowed down several times to look at the fresh tracks in the Trail. It's fun to see who shares these trails with us, as witnessed by there tracks.Up here It's a whole diferent pace, slow down and enjoy. You won't be disappointed.See you on the Trails!
Went for a ride today, rode from the ski hill via Mountain Access to Caribou Trail then Down Deer to the Beaver Trail. Snow is improving towards Lake Superior , things are not quit so thin, All of the Trails I rode today were in Good to Excellent condition. the further away from the big lake the better the riding was. Best discribed as a "chrome road". I ventured out on Deer Yard Lake and still found lots of slush. avoiding lake riding is still advised. We will be grooming the entire system on a weekly basis as this proves to work and keep the trails in "Tip Top" condition, Tomorrow should provide some excellent riding as everything is smooth with new snow falling. Can't wait to go stomp down some fresh snow.As always Ride Safe and plan for a little extra time to stop and see the sights.
As snow falls we have moved to our weekly grooming cycle. The trails contiune to improve with more snow expected this week. All trails are open for riding. Snow is still thin down by Lake Superior, but all services are accessable.Snow conditions greatly Improve about 1 mile back from the Lake. Caution should still be used as thin ice and slush are present on all of the Inland Lakes.Some brush has decided to lift and Caution should be used to aviod this as well. We continue to clear brush as it makes its way onto the trail but it is now a minor issue. If you encounter brush please take the time to move it Off of the trail, Remember that were all in this together,shinny side up rubber side down and ride on!
All Trails in the Lutsen Trail Breakers Snowmobile system are open and ready to ride.Conditions contiune to improve as new snow accumulates Snow is still thin down by Lake Superior.Inland Lakes are not safe, Thin Ice and Slush still prevail. The snow is holding up well after a heavy use holiday weekend. The State Trail is starting to shape up and some fair to good riding can be found there.Caution is still advised as some brush and water are present on the Trails. As the temps. drop we expect the water issues to freeze up, if you come across brush on the trail we encourage you to stop and break it off or move it aside . Remember that "were all in this together, and I can change if I have to" till the next time keep your stick on the ice.