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Munising Area Trail Report – 01/21

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA – 01/21

TRAIL REPORT – Thursday, 01/21/2021 TRAILS COMING TOGETHER – NEED MORE SNOW! Grooming continued yesterday primarily starting to set Trail 7 South and Trail 422. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. Trail 7 heading South starts thinning South of Doe Lake Road. Trail 422 has vehicles still driving on Miners Castle Road and between M-28 and H-58 there are few large depressions. More snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail. No new snow last night but there are a few inches forecast daily over the next few days. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates!

DETAILED REPORT HERE: https://www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-21-2021/

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MUNISING AREA UPDATE via TNT Trenary Northern Trails – 01/21

Well we got a few inches is snow today and more to come overnight and I to tomorrow. Thank you to those that have been doing thier snow dance. It is starting to work. Still not a lot to work with but we are out and doing what we can. So far everything looks good but I’ll know more later in the morning. I think it time to ride folks. Be safe out there, and please try to help out the local eateries all you can. Hopefully they will be able to open up soon. We will be groom through Saturday for sure to keep it good for the weekend. However there will be a couple spots with a lot of water in that we will be avoiding with the groomer for now. They should be safe for a sled tho. Have fun, and ride right…

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Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 11:12 pm

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via TNT Trenary Northern Trails - Well we got a few inches is snow today and more to come overnight and I to tomorrow. Thank you to those that have been doing thier snow dance. It is starting to work. Still not a lot to work with but we are out and doing what we can. So far everything looks good but I'll know more later in the morning. I think it time to ride folks. Be safe out there, and please try to help out the local eateries all you can. Hopefully they will be able to open up soon. We will be groom through Saturday for sure to keep it good for the weekend. However there will be a couple spots with a lot of water in that we will be avoiding with the groomer for now. They should be safe for a sled tho. Have fun, and ride right... #munising #snowphotos ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 10:12 pm

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - Lake effect snow is expected for the favored northwest wind snow-belts tonight into Friday night. The highest accumulations are expected over the east half of the U.P. downwind of Lake Superior in the snow-belts. Winter weather advisories are in effect for the east half of the U.P. along Lake Superior. Patchy blowing snow is also possible in open areas. Remember to utilize your low beam headlights while driving in snow conditions. Chances for snow continue into the weekend especially downwind of Lake Superior... #MIWeather #keweenaw #westernup #munising #Seney #newberry #SooLake effect snow is expected for the favored northwest wind snow-belts tonight into Friday night. The highest accumulations are expected over the east half of the U.P. downwind of Lake Superior in the snow-belts. Winter weather advisories are in effect for the east half of the U.P. along Lake Superior. Patchy blowing snow is also possible in open areas. Remember to utilize your low beam headlights while driving in snow conditions. Chances for snow continue into the weekend especially downwind of Lake Superior. ... See MoreSee Less

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - Lake effect snow is expected for the favored northwest wind snow-belts tonight into Friday night. The highest accumulations are expected over the east half of the U.P. downwind of Lake Superior in the snow-belts. Winter weather advisories are in effect for the east half of the U.P. along Lake Superior. Patchy blowing snow is also possible in open areas. Remember to utilize your low beam headlights while driving in snow conditions. Chances for snow continue into the weekend especially downwind of Lake Superior... #miweather #keweenaw #westernup #munising #seney #newberry #soo

Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 10:30 am

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - An arctic cold front will pass through this afternoon with a brief period of snow squalls, falling temps, and gusty northwest winds. Lake effect snow showers increase in intensity and coverage tonight for the northwest wind snow belts. Colder tonight, single digits and teens.... #MIWeather #westernup #keweenaw #munising #newberry #Soo #SeneyAn arctic cold front will pass through this afternoon with a brief period of snow squalls, falling temps, and gusty northwest winds. Lake effect snow showers increase in intensity and coverage tonight for the northwest wind snow belts. Colder tonight, single digits and teens. ... See MoreSee Less

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - An arctic cold front will pass through this afternoon with a brief period of snow squalls, falling temps, and gusty northwest winds. Lake effect snow showers increase in intensity and coverage tonight for the northwest wind snow belts.  Colder tonight, single digits and teens.... #miweather #westernup #keweenaw #munising #newberry #soo #seney

Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 9:43 am

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA - TRAIL REPORT - Thursday, 01/21/2021 TRAILS COMING TOGETHER – NEED MORE SNOW! Grooming continued yesterday primarily starting to set Trail 7 South and Trail 422. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. Trail 7 heading South starts thinning South of Doe Lake Road. Trail 422 has vehicles still driving on Miners Castle Road and between M-28 and H-58 there are few large depressions. More snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail. No new snow last night but there are a few inches forecast daily over the next few days. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates! DETAILED REPORT HERE: www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-21-2021/ ... #munising #snowphotos #trailreports ... See MoreSee Less

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA - TRAIL REPORT - Thursday, 01/21/2021 TRAILS COMING TOGETHER – NEED MORE SNOW!  Grooming continued yesterday primarily starting to set Trail 7 South and Trail 422. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. Trail 7 heading South starts thinning South of Doe Lake Road. Trail 422 has vehicles still driving on Miners Castle Road and between M-28 and H-58 there are few large depressions. More snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail.  No new snow last night  but there are a few inches forecast daily over the next few days. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates! DETAILED REPORT HERE: https://www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-21-2021/ ... #munising #snowphotos #trailreportsImage attachment

Wednesday January 20th, 2021 - 3:38 pm

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA - TRAIL REPORT - Wednesday, 01/20/2021 TRAILS GETTING SET!
Grooming started yesterday with Trail 8 from 7 miles North of Shingleton West to Trail 417 and Trail 7 North into Christmas have been groomed. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. A little more snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail. Ungroomed areas have snow and are fair. Grooming continues and we will keep you posted as setting of additional trails is completed. Last night we received another 4 to 5 inches of new snow. We still have the daily few inches of snow in the forecast though today has high winds - lets hope trees are not coming down. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates!
Past 24 hour Grooming Operations: All of Trail 8, Trail 7 North DETAILED TRAIL REPORT HERE: www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-20-2021/ ... #munising #snowphotos #trailreports
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Thank you! Ran trail 8 and 7 they were awesome!

Is there any bars/ restaurants open around the trails?

Jordan Walters Kurt Ainsworth Jacob Hojnacki Zack Scheible

Ron Ainsworth

Caleb Wallace

Vicki Millard

Micah

Steve Wolfe

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Munising Area Trail Report – 01/20

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA – 01/20

TRAIL REPORT – Wednesday, 01/20/2021 TRAILS GETTING SET!
Grooming started yesterday with Trail 8 from 7 miles North of Shingleton West to Trail 417 and Trail 7 North into Christmas have been groomed. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. A little more snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail. Ungroomed areas have snow and are fair. Grooming continues and we will keep you posted as setting of additional trails is completed. Last night we received another 4 to 5 inches of new snow. We still have the daily few inches of snow in the forecast though today has high winds – lets hope trees are not coming down. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates!

Past 24 hour Grooming Operations: All of Trail 8, Trail 7 North

DETAILED TRAIL REPORT HERE: https://www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-20-2021/

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Visit Alger County SORVA Facebook Page >>>>

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Visit TNT Trenary Northern Trails Facebook Page >>>>

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Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 11:12 pm

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via TNT Trenary Northern Trails - Well we got a few inches is snow today and more to come overnight and I to tomorrow. Thank you to those that have been doing thier snow dance. It is starting to work. Still not a lot to work with but we are out and doing what we can. So far everything looks good but I'll know more later in the morning. I think it time to ride folks. Be safe out there, and please try to help out the local eateries all you can. Hopefully they will be able to open up soon. We will be groom through Saturday for sure to keep it good for the weekend. However there will be a couple spots with a lot of water in that we will be avoiding with the groomer for now. They should be safe for a sled tho. Have fun, and ride right... #munising #snowphotos ... See MoreSee Less

Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 10:12 pm

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - Lake effect snow is expected for the favored northwest wind snow-belts tonight into Friday night. The highest accumulations are expected over the east half of the U.P. downwind of Lake Superior in the snow-belts. Winter weather advisories are in effect for the east half of the U.P. along Lake Superior. Patchy blowing snow is also possible in open areas. Remember to utilize your low beam headlights while driving in snow conditions. Chances for snow continue into the weekend especially downwind of Lake Superior... #MIWeather #keweenaw #westernup #munising #Seney #newberry #SooLake effect snow is expected for the favored northwest wind snow-belts tonight into Friday night. The highest accumulations are expected over the east half of the U.P. downwind of Lake Superior in the snow-belts. Winter weather advisories are in effect for the east half of the U.P. along Lake Superior. Patchy blowing snow is also possible in open areas. Remember to utilize your low beam headlights while driving in snow conditions. Chances for snow continue into the weekend especially downwind of Lake Superior. ... See MoreSee Less

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - Lake effect snow is expected for the favored northwest wind snow-belts tonight into Friday night. The highest accumulations are expected over the east half of the U.P. downwind of Lake Superior in the snow-belts. Winter weather advisories are in effect for the east half of the U.P. along Lake Superior. Patchy blowing snow is also possible in open areas. Remember to utilize your low beam headlights while driving in snow conditions. Chances for snow continue into the weekend especially downwind of Lake Superior... #miweather #keweenaw #westernup #munising #seney #newberry #soo

Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 10:30 am

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - An arctic cold front will pass through this afternoon with a brief period of snow squalls, falling temps, and gusty northwest winds. Lake effect snow showers increase in intensity and coverage tonight for the northwest wind snow belts. Colder tonight, single digits and teens.... #MIWeather #westernup #keweenaw #munising #newberry #Soo #SeneyAn arctic cold front will pass through this afternoon with a brief period of snow squalls, falling temps, and gusty northwest winds. Lake effect snow showers increase in intensity and coverage tonight for the northwest wind snow belts. Colder tonight, single digits and teens. ... See MoreSee Less

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - An arctic cold front will pass through this afternoon with a brief period of snow squalls, falling temps, and gusty northwest winds. Lake effect snow showers increase in intensity and coverage tonight for the northwest wind snow belts.  Colder tonight, single digits and teens.... #miweather #westernup #keweenaw #munising #newberry #soo #seney

Thursday January 21st, 2021 - 9:43 am

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA - TRAIL REPORT - Thursday, 01/21/2021 TRAILS COMING TOGETHER – NEED MORE SNOW! Grooming continued yesterday primarily starting to set Trail 7 South and Trail 422. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. Trail 7 heading South starts thinning South of Doe Lake Road. Trail 422 has vehicles still driving on Miners Castle Road and between M-28 and H-58 there are few large depressions. More snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail. No new snow last night but there are a few inches forecast daily over the next few days. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates! DETAILED REPORT HERE: www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-21-2021/ ... #munising #snowphotos #trailreports ... See MoreSee Less

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA - TRAIL REPORT - Thursday, 01/21/2021 TRAILS COMING TOGETHER – NEED MORE SNOW!  Grooming continued yesterday primarily starting to set Trail 7 South and Trail 422. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. Trail 7 heading South starts thinning South of Doe Lake Road. Trail 422 has vehicles still driving on Miners Castle Road and between M-28 and H-58 there are few large depressions. More snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail.  No new snow last night  but there are a few inches forecast daily over the next few days. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates! DETAILED REPORT HERE: https://www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-21-2021/ ... #munising #snowphotos #trailreportsImage attachment

Wednesday January 20th, 2021 - 3:38 pm

Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

MUNISING AREA UPDATE via Alger County SORVA - TRAIL REPORT - Wednesday, 01/20/2021 TRAILS GETTING SET!
Grooming started yesterday with Trail 8 from 7 miles North of Shingleton West to Trail 417 and Trail 7 North into Christmas have been groomed. Overall groomed trail conditions are good. A little more snow is needed to fill in underlying trail defects in areas so keep an eye out for that surprise hole in the trail. Ungroomed areas have snow and are fair. Grooming continues and we will keep you posted as setting of additional trails is completed. Last night we received another 4 to 5 inches of new snow. We still have the daily few inches of snow in the forecast though today has high winds - lets hope trees are not coming down. If out riding please avoid hard throttle starts and digging holes so we can build a clean flat base that will hold. Note that Trail 417 will be rocky and needs much more snow before it can be set. Please be patient as it will take a few days to get these trail setting grooming runs completed. Continue the snow dances and Stay Tuned for updates!
Past 24 hour Grooming Operations: All of Trail 8, Trail 7 North DETAILED TRAIL REPORT HERE: www.algersorva.com/trailreport/1-20-2021/ ... #munising #snowphotos #trailreports
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Thank you! Ran trail 8 and 7 they were awesome!

Is there any bars/ restaurants open around the trails?

Jordan Walters Kurt Ainsworth Jacob Hojnacki Zack Scheible

Ron Ainsworth

Caleb Wallace

Vicki Millard

Micah

Steve Wolfe

Matt Leazier Thomas Leazier

Noah Avery

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