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Newberry Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report


Newberry Area Snowmobile Trail Report
Newberry, MI Snowmobiling Conditions provided to you by Kritter's Northcountry Campground and Cabin Rentals, the Tahquamenon Area Snowmobile Association and the Tahquamenon Falls Brewery and Pub. 

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Jan.23, 2018 7:30pm

Weather Update:  We picked up 6 inches of snow today and the expectation is another 1-3 tonight.  Tomorrow is a Winter Storm Warning from 2pm to 7am on Friday.  4-9" of additional snow is expected.

All the trails are groomed.  The trails will be in great condition currently and will continue to be through the week and weekend with snow falling everyday this week.  The temperatures will dip signficantly this weekend again.  T.A.S.A will be grooming everyday this week so be cautious while riding and give them the space they need.  Remember the groomer has the right away on the trail.  They do stop when they see oncoming traffic and will do their best to move over as far a possible.  Please slow down and then proceed around them.  We encountered a sled or two that came around a corner and they were quite suprised to see a tractor in front of them.  Please slow down around the curves!!  It may be another sled or a groomer just around that turn and bad things can happen quickly.  The riding is great! No matter which direction you head out North, South, East or West it will be great.   Please see the individual trail reports below.  The DNR has a Safety campaign, Stay to the Right!  This is not only for the curves, but the straight aways also.  Accidents can happen really fast out there and it is extremely important to do so while riding.  Remember, Responsibility, Safety and have fun!

TASA works mostly with volunteers.  We have the best groomers in the U.P.  They dedicate long hours and nights away from their families to groom the trails so you can enjoy them safely.  Please be cautious as you approach a groomer as there is not much room for them and you so please slow down and once there is room then go around them.  It is always appreciated when you can tip your hat to them and thank them for their efforts or give them a wave.  Be Safe out there and take time to enjoy nature and the best scenery the U.P has to offer.

The Northstore on Cnty Rd 407 is open from 9am and closes at 11pm.  This is 7 days a week.

Tahquamenon Falls Restaurant and Brew Pub is now open! Sunday thru Friday 11:00am to 8:30pm and Saturday 11:00am to 9:00pm

Trail #9 The trial is in great condition.  The trail will be groomed everyday now out to the the Pine Stump and onward to Holland Lake.  Be aware of the area posted Dog Sledders as they cross the trail.

Trail #45 North of town.  The trail is great and will be groomed everyday now with two exception areas of caution.  There is a crown in the trail close to the top of the grade from work that was done on the trail for water drainage before the snow fell.  This should fix itself and improve with the snow fall this week.  As of this morning though there are a few small rocks on the surface for about 1/4 mile and this is a tough area to groom cause the sled wants to slide sideways and we need more snow to even things out.  Until we get some more snow be careful going to the top of the grade.  There is one other area about 1 mile before the trail crosses over M-123 that is lacking snow also and is being plowed by logging trucks while they are logging the area.

The trail narrows to the Falls once you cross M-123.  There are some blind spots when you crest a few hills so CAUTION is urged as you never know what is on the other side.  Remember that is someones family member coming the other way!

Trail #45 South out of Paradise the trail is good and previously the a few thin spots will change this week with the incoming snowfall. 

Trail # 9 & 2 SOUTH out of town.  The trail is great and groomed all the way to Trout Lake.

Trail #454  The trail is great.

Trail # 452 & 453 The trail is good.  For those of you that may not be familiar with this trail it is the loop off of 8 North of Paradise. 

Trail # 8 The trail is good and groomed to the Falls.  Going West to Grand Maris it is a little bumpy right now.

Curfew in the Village of Newberry is 11:00pm to 7:00am.

Access to the trail system is directly out of your door.  Please call Kritter's Northcountry Campground and Cabins to secure a reservation!  906-293-8562.  If you need a trail map we have those also at cost for our guest. 

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This report is provided to you by Kritter's Northcountry Campgrounds - Great year-round lodging 4 1/4 miles north of Newberry, MI.

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