Snowmobile trail report courtesy of the
Keweenaw Snowmobile Club
Last updated 2/15/19
Snowmobile trails from Twin Lakes to Copper Harbor are in good to very good condition. The groomers are out, so please watch for them. They have the right of way.
Trail 120 and 121 that goes around Freda is closed for the season and will not be reopened, as well as Trail 3 from Dollar Bay to Lake Linden. You can still get to Dollar Bay by way of Hancock and to Lake Linden by way of Calumet. Trail 133 is closed for the season for logging.
Cross Country Skiing Report courtesy of Keweenaw Trails
Swedetown – Trails tilled, tracked and/or dragged. (2/13/19)
Michigan Tech – Trails were tilled and tracked. (2/14/19)
Maasto Hiihto/Churning Rapids –Trails rolled and tracked, in excellent condition. (2/13/19)
Copper Harbor – Groomed, trails are soft but should firm up over the weekend. (2/14/19)
Chassell – Groomed and in excellent condition. (2/13/19)
Eagle Harbor – Packed and tracked, in good condition. (2/14/19)
McLain – Grooming is temporarily suspended for groomer repairs. (2/14/19)
Twin Lakes – Groomed, tracked, packed and in good condition. (2/13/19)
Churning Rapids Snow Bike - Trails rolled and tracked, in excellent condition. Some soft spots. (2/14/19)
Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding Report courtesy of Mont Ripley and Mount Bohemia
Mont Ripley – 22 trails and 3 chair lifts open, up to a 66-inch snow base. Packed and groomed. (2/13/19)
Mount Bohemia – Open noon to 6:30, lots of powder, excellent conditions. (2/15/19)
Baraga Country Trail Report can be found here.
Snowfall in the Keweenaw Peninsula, 0.5 inches of new snow with 46 inches of snow on the ground, 202 inches have fallen to date as of 2/15/2019.