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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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March 15, 2018

Not much to say other than the trails are in fair conditon.  The days have been warm and the nights cold.  The base has taken a hit from nature and riders alike.  There has been on and off snow this week, probably not to total more than 2 inches.    It will still be spring riding conditions.  The daytime highs are just warm enough to provide a slight melt and then it is cold at night giving a freeze over.  It is a little soft during the day once the sun starts to warm things up.  The corners are icy and the trails are somewhat bumpy at times.  There is no snow on the streets in town and coming out of town the side of the at the bridge past the Logging Musuem where you have to cross to get over to Trail 45 is bare.  The lead up to Trial 9 is bumpy, icy.    As always we encouarge Safety first and courteous riding for other people while out on the trails!  

Thank you to everyone that has chosen to stay with us this season.  We hope you had a good time.  We certainly enjoyed all the stories and on a couple occassions had the opportunity to come out and rescue you.

A GPS was found on Trail #9  (Newberry and Pine Stump) on Tuesday March 6th. Please call the Groomer Barn at 906-293-3063 to identify it.

If you would like to get ahead of the game and have a secure a tentative reservation for next year please give us a call.  We completely understand everything is contingent on weather and trail conditions, but you can have a peace of mind you are not scrambling at the last minute to find a place to stay. 

Trail #9   The trail is in  fair condition, but being groomed each day.

Trail #45  The trail is in  fair condition and being groomed each day.   The trail is being plowed from Skyline Road to Laurel Lake Road for logging, its plowed on Camp 7 road near M-123 for logging and between CR 500 and M-123 for logging. Please slow down the plowed areas get bumpy and there are trucks on the trail.

Trail #9/2  The trail is in fair condition and is very icy.  The trail is not being groomed due to lack of snow.  There are a couple of water holes opening up the closer you get to Epoufette.

Trail #8  Currently the swamp trail South is pretty soft and will not be groomed any longer.  It is getting difficlut to get through.

Trails 452 & 453  Currently fair.

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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