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Newberry Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report

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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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TRAIL REPORT

December 13, 2017

The snow machine has been turned on.  Locally we have about 8-9 inches.  Reports 15 miles north from the Pine Stump across the Lake Superior shore line is they have 15 inches plus.  The temperatures have been cold so the water holes are freezing.  We have seen a few sleds out, but we are uncertain how far they were able to travel.  The trails are still in early season condition.  Portions of the number trails are currently open as well as the gates.  This weekend and next week shows more lake effect snow.  The temperatures are forecasted to hover in the teens for the highs and lows.  The cold temperatures and snow of course allowed the groomer to start doing their job and put down an initial pack.  He also has been pulling snow into a few water holes to hopefully allow them to freeze quicker.  You can go for miles and miles in any direction to explore the U.P.  Slow down and take in the beauty of nature.  The county roads are not an issue.  As always we encouarge Safety first and courteous riding for other people while out on the trails!  

If you would like to get ahead of the game and have a secure reservation 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.  We hope everyone has a Merry Christmas and we look forward to hearing from you!

Trail #9  Snow depth in Newberry about 8 inches and Pine Stump is over a foot. The further North you go the deeper the snow.  There is a deep water hole between County Road 422 and School Bus Corner (CR 455) that is marked by stop ahead and stop signs plus caution tape.

Trail #45  This trail has a lot of water issues and the Trail Boss has been filling water holes with snow and trying to freeze 4 separate wet areas. The wet areas are located  2 miles from M-123 and the other area past Skyline Road at these two areas you will find new stop ahead and stop signs. These signs are there to protect the riders.  Please slow down! The gate at the CR 500 is still closed and will remain closed until they can get through the swamp. Please do not try to ride to the Falls due to the amount of rain we have received since September this swamp will take awhile to freeze.

Trail #9/2  This trail snow depth is about 8 inches.

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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