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Crystal Falls Snowmobile Trail Report


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Crystal Falls Area Trail Conditions report provided to you by The Chicaugon Lake Inn. Visit their website at
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Jan 6, 2020

Another heavy snow has caused problems on the trails. The rain and warm weather prior to the snow, caused a lot of wet areas. Everything needs to freeze back up. There are wet areas on Trail #113 between Mastodon and Stager Lake Rd. you need to watch out for. Also on Trail #2 between Wagner Lake Rd. and Bates Gastra Rd.
Trail#16 to Sagola is opened but not yet groomed, the swamps need to freeze. There are wet areas just outside of Crystal Falls, along the powerline near Lake Mary Rd. also between the bridges and Hope Mine Rd. From Sagola at M95 to Wells grade road, trail#16, wet areas there also. It just opened up Tuesday, it was closed due to logging, until the end of December.
Trail #111 and #18 from Crystal Falls to Amasa, then east to Republic is open and groomed but the swamps need to freeze.

Our regular grooming days are as follows:
Trail #113 and Trail #2 From Crystal Falls South to The Brule River, then west to George Young Cut off: Groomed Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Trail #111 and #18 from Crystal Falls to Amasa then east to Republic; Groomed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

We have lighted Trailhead parking and Port-a-Jons, at our Quanset Hut, located on M69 and trail #113 for your easy access to ride our trail system.

Other Important Snowmobile Links listed below.