It’s a gray, raining, foggy morning on the Keweenaw. Groomers will not be going out again until we get more snow or colder temperatures. Trails are soft and wet! Most cross country ski trails still have plenty of snow, but grooming has been much been suspended there too. Mont Ripley is closed today due to rain, will reopen tomorrow. If you must get out on any kind of trail, bring your wet weather gear! — Via Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula Page
This is the Keweenaw trail system report for Monday, March 12, 2012.
The snowmobile trails from Twin Lakes to Copper Harbor are open but groomers will not go out again until we get new snow or colder temperatures. Trails are soft and wet. Please watch out for deer on the trails..
There is logging on a portion of Trail 133.
Please be aware that if you snowmobile on U.S. Coast Guard property you could face federal trespass charges.
The Keweenaw Convention & Visitors Bureau asks that you stay on the trails, STAY OFF THE ICE, respect private property, do not drink and drive, and above all else, please, drive safely. The signs on the snowmobile trails are there for the riders’ safety. Please, DO NOT remove or destroy these signs.
Snowfall & Weather Report:
Houghton county – 28 inches on the ground, 193.5 inches fallen to date as of 3/9/12
Keweenaw county –29 inches on the ground, 175 inches fallen to date as of 3/12/12