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Newberry Trail Report – 03/20

NEWBERRY AREA UPDATE via TASA – 03/20

Gates are now closed for the season.

ORV/ATV season Opens May 1 for the trails. County roads are open year-round for SxS and ATVs.

TASA Would like to give a big thanks to all the snowmobilers for your support. This season we had a couple of curveballs thrown at us with COVID-19 and the weather conditions so thank you again for sticking it out.

We would also like to thank all the groomers volunteers businesses gas stations and especially the bars and restaurants that did their best to accommodate all the snowmobilers.
A special thanks goes out to the Newberry Country Club for allowing our snowmobilers to use their property to get to the gas stations and the main trails. Snowmobilers please remember to follow the rules when riding the golf course in the future. It’s not a right it is a privilege so please be mindful and respectful And pay attention to the signs posted.

We are looking forward to a great ORV/ATV season this year. TASA is looking for volunteers to help with clean up and maintenance on the trails in the very near future. Also if you are interested in becoming a member please go to the TASA website (www.tasatrails.com) to join. You can also find updates and dates for future events on the website. Thanks again for all your support and we look forward to seeing everyone. Like always be careful and ride safe.

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Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - With meteorological summer underway, here’s a look back at how the 2020-2021 snowfall season stacked up across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The snow season certainly didn’t stack up to U.P. standards as snowfall ranged from roughly 20 to as much as around 80 inches below the long term average. The greatest departures occurred in some areas within the Lake Superior snowbelts. The last winter that had a poor snow showing on par with what occurred this past winter was 2011-2012. You can view past snow seasons back to 2002-2003 at www.weather.gov/mqt/seasonsnowfallmaps #miweather #keweenaw #westernup #marquette #munising #seney #newberry #soo ... See MoreSee Less

WEATHER UPDATE via US National Weather Service Marquette Michigan - With meteorological summer underway, here’s a look back at how the 2020-2021 snowfall season stacked up across the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The snow season certainly didn’t stack up to U.P. standards as snowfall ranged from roughly 20 to as much as around 80 inches below the long term average. The greatest departures occurred in some areas within the Lake Superior snowbelts. The last winter that had a poor snow showing on par with what occurred this past winter was 2011-2012. You can view past snow seasons back to 2002-2003 at https://www.weather.gov/mqt/seasonsnowfallmaps #miweather #keweenaw #westernup #marquette #munising #seney #newberry #sooImage attachment

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Let's just hope next winter will be way better

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