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Munising Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

Munising Michigan

Munising Area Trail Conditions report for the Alger County area provided by Munising Snowmobile Rentals.
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Overall trail conditions are very good with over a foot of new snow the other day. See details below for closed grooming areas and the few small areas that are in Fair condition.

What do you do when you see a groomer coming towards you? PULL OFF AND LET IT PASS ý˞. We will be grooming during the day and there can be a groomer around that next corner. Watch for groomers when cresting hills or on blind corners. Some of our narrow sections of trail in the hills leave no option other than the snowmobiler turn around and find a spot to pull off. Cooperation is greatly appreciated by the operators – RIDE SAFE!

GROOMING OPERATIONS: Day and Night time Grooming Operations in progress. Grooming operations on Trail 419 from Wetmore to West Bay Spur toward Christmas is currently closed for safety reasons. There are steep, icy hills at each end and we can’t risk getting a groomer stuck in there.

Trail 8 East – Very Good
Trail 8 West – Very Good
Trail 7 South – Good.
Trail 7 North – Very Good – Fair for a two mile stretch near Christmas.
Trail 419W (Munising-Christmas) – Fair, frozen moguls have been reduced and water holes appearing so Ride with Caution. Grooming operations closed from Munising to West Bay Spur due to ice conditions and safety.
Trail 422 (Miners Castle) – Great – watch for tire ruts on Miners Castle Road and logging from H58 North 1/2 mile. The Logging area has been dozed right down so ride with caution. Logging also in progress for a 1/4 mile section approx. 3 miles North of M-28.
Trail 419E (to Trail 8) – Good.
Trail 419 (Wetmore-Munising) – Very rough,  icy and dirty behind Road Commission. Grooming operations closed here due to ice conditions and safety. Ride responsibly along M-28, stay on trail and yield to traffic turning in and out of private drives.
Trail Wetmore-28 SPUR to Trail 422 – Good.  Use caution along the curve of M-28 as the trail narrows along a steep bank.


STAY ON THE TRAILS around Wetmore and Munising. We don’t want injuries or to lose the trail segments and there are many hidden creeks and hazards.

1/ Approximately 1 mile West of Trail 7 South there is a slight ridge in the trail from a cross road that gets amplified as the day progresses, RIDE WITH CAUTION.

1/ Approximately 1/2 mile South of Doe lake Road there is a slight natural ridge in the trail that gets amplified as the day progresses, RIDE WITH CAUTION.

CAUTION FOR TRAIL 419 (Munising – Christmas)
1/ Standing and flowing water creating soft spots in wet areas of the hills closer to Munising. Stay on the trail and watch for a few small water holes along the edges. There are also a few pockets (low spots) in the trail near the crest of hills from underlying springs. We try to keep them filled but with little new snow they keep returning. RIDE WITH CAUTION.

CAUTION FOR TRAIL 422 (Miners Castle)
1/ Cars are reported running out Trail 422 to Miners Castle so ride with caution, sometimes tire ruts in the snow, RIDE WITH CAUTION.
2/ Logging has started from H58 North 1/2 mile and dozed down deep so ride with caution.
3/ Logging also in progress for a 1/4 mile section approx. 3 miles North of M-28.

CURRENT WEATHER: 23 degrees F, 23-30 mph North Winds, Lake Effect Snow
Past 24 hour snowfall: 3″ South, 3″ North (approximate)

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