Michigan Trail Report

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Reports

March 19, 2023 – 10:00 am update: – The second half of the St. Patrick’s Day snow storm delivered. After a slow start, the Western U.P. and Keweenaw Peninsula picked up 15+ inches of snow with some areas 20+. Lake effect snow also brought somw hefty snow totals the Eastern U.P. snow belt.

Even Northern Lower Michigan picked up some moderate to heavy lake effect snow.

Conditions are now mid-winter prime in the Western U.P. and Keweenaw Peninsula. It’s spring season sledding in the Eastern U.P. with a solid base but problematic areas. And spring season even in Northern Lower Michigan with a lot of opportunities on side roads in the woods.

Warm up coming this week so get out there as soon as you can as conditions will be getting tougher and tougher every day.

Keep an eye on John Dee and the John Dee Forecast Graphic for his take on this week’s weather.

Check the snow depth map for the areas the have the most snow.

Check back for the latest updates here!


Here’s the Snow Depth Map to help you find regions with the most snow.

Check the weather page for the latest weather updates and click here for the latest photos.

You can keep track of the snow in the forecast by checking out the Radar Loop

Check the Snow Depth Map for areas with the best snow.

Here are the latest trail reports.

Check out John Dee and the John Dee Forecast Graphic for his take on this week’s weather.







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