Snowmobile trail report courtesy of the
Keweenaw Snowmobile Club
Last updated 4/3/18
Only trails 3-Houghton, North of Toivola and 3 & 17 are open. Only trails that can be used are on state land. All others are closed.
Cross Country Skiing Report courtesy of Keweenaw Trails
Swedetown – Trails were dragged today, classic tracks are holding up well. Conditions are varied, with very hard trails and tracks predominating. Grooming patterns will change this weekend in preparation for the Hoppet Loppet events this weekend. (3/29/18)
Michigan Tech –Trails are too wet and warm to roll. We will groom more once the temps drop and more snow arrives. (3/29/18)
Chassell –Grooming has ended for the season. Thank you for your patronage & support for the season. (3/22/18)
Eagle Harbor - Groomed as needed, in good condition. (3/9/18)
Maasto Hiihto/Churning Rapids – Conditions are too wet and warm to groom, skiing is slow. (3/27/18)
Copper Harbor – Groomed, trails have been set with corduroy for fat biking. (3/16/18)
McLain State Park – Iced over with a little bit of powder, and in fair condition. (3/5/18)
Twin Lakes State Park – No new snow, hard and fast conditions (3/5/18)
Downhill Skiing/Snowboarding Report courtesy of Mont Ripley and Mount Bohemia
Mont Ripley - Is open with 25 runs, 3 lifts and up to 50" base. Packed and groomed. (March 30)
Mount Bohemia - In good condition. 100 runs and over 640 acres of terrain open. (March 27)
Baraga Country Trail Report can be found here.
Snowfall in the Keweenaw Peninsula – no new snow with 33 inches of snow on the ground, 266.5 inches fallen to date as of 3/30/18.