cross Country cruisers trail report 01-19-2017
Well Mother Nature is certainly taking us for a roller coaster ride this past two weeks. Last week with beautiful snow and this week with above normal temperatures eating away at our beautiful snow cover.
I do not have much good to say here so I am telling you what it is. The warm temps and sunshine are detreating our trails. The rest of the week and week end are supposed to be above freezing and possible rain snow mix. We will be discontinuing our grooming operations as of today until the temperatures cool down some.
The trails close to town are the ones taking the worst hit near all the road crossings were the sand and salt gets tracked up on the trails. Most everything in the woods is holding up fairly well. Next week looks to cool down some and there is a very stormy weather pattern approaching with chances of snow in it. Let’s all hope this warm weather comes to an end soon and we can get back out there and enjoy our rides.
As always Ride Right Ride Safe.
SPECIAL MESSAGE FROM TRAIL BOSS STEVE WOLFE Friday, January 6, 2017
THE SPUR TRAILS ON MINOCQUA LAKE CONNECTING TO THE BACKSIDE (EAST SIDE)OF THE AMERICINN FROM THE MAIN TRAIL RUNNING EAST AND WEST AND HEADING TO THE NORTH END OF LAKE MINOCQUA AND THE SPUR TO THE WATERS WHICH RUNS FROM THE MAIN TRAIL BY THE HWY 51 BRIDGE SOUTH INTO THE BAY HAS NOW BEEN MARKED AND ARE OPEN. AS ALWAYS PLEASE BE DILIGENT AND PROCEED CAUTIOUSLY OVER THESE SPUR TRAILS
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