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Silver City Michigan Snowmobile Trail Report


Silver City Porcupine Mountains Area Trail Conditions
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Well, it’s amazing what happens when Mother Nature turns on the snow machine.  18-24″ of new snow and it’s not done! There is a 3′ snow drift on our back porch.

We groomed every trail in our system last night except South Boundary Road (Trail 11N). We did have to put the detour back on Trail 1 on the long straightaway just South of Silver City. We have wide, fast running water and the ice bridge is failing. With 35MPH gusts off the big lake, I’m sure our trails are now all drifted over. It will take us a while to clear this and get the trail flat again. In the meanwhile, ride with caution and have fun playing in the snow!

Can’t wait to see Y’all!

Ride da 906!



 Trail 1 Porcupine Mountains to Lake of the Clouds

  • South Boundary Rd to The Porkies Ski Hill is in very good condition.  Trail 1 to Lake of the Clouds is in excellent condition until you reach the last climb. With the grade of the hill, the continuous drifting snow and the large volume of traffic, we are doing our best to keep the moguls cut down. Please ride this hill with caution and stay right!!

South Boundary Rd. to trail 102 (The Snowmobile Superhighway!)

This trail is in excellent condition.      Trail 102 to Bergland is groomed by Gogebic Area Grooming.


Trail 1 White Pine to The Porkies Ski Hill

  •  White Pine to Silver City is in very good condition. We have one detour on the long straightaway about a 1/2 mile South of Silver City. There is wide, deep, running water here.  Please take the detour and do not attempt to ride through this! It is well marked and we are grooming the detour.
  • There are a lot of deer crossing the trails in the Silver City area, please ride with caution.
  • Silver City to South Boundary Road (Trail 11 junction) is in good condition with the new snow. Please be respectful of the people who live along this stretch and stay on the trail and out of their yards.
  • South Boundary Rd to The Porkies Ski Hill is in good condition.



Trail 1/12 White Pine to 101

  • Along LP Walsh Road –   With the new snow, this trail is in good condition.  Stay on the trail in the low spots. We have built ice bridges to run over, and there is a lot of swamp and running water off the trail.

Trail 12 Ontonagon – Potato Farm Road

This trail is in very good condition.

Trail 101

It is in excellent condition.

Trail 12 – 137 Ontonagon to Rockland

(the railroad grade between Ontonagon and Rockland) is in very good condition.

Trail 12 Ontonagon – Greenland

This trail between Ontonagon and Greenland is in good condition.

 Trail 13 – Trail 101 to Rockland

    • From Trail 101 to 137 is in good condition and is being groomed tonight.
    •  The section between the river crossing and Trail 137 is in terrible shape. There is massive ATV damage but we should be able to fix it with this new snow when we can get 2 groomers over there to do the repair.  It’s about a 1/2 mile of trail. We would recommend the alternate route below to and from Trail 137.  It is not being groomed right now.
    • The section between Trail 137 and Rockland is being groomed tonight and it is good condition.


    If you are heading West out of Rockland. Take Trail 137 right (north) at the junction just West of town. Turn left onto Victora Road (West) (I believe it is the first stop sign you will come to.) This will take you right back to the trail at the river bridge which runs part of this road.

    If you are heading East to Rockland – stay on Victoria Road after you cross the river.  You will meet Trail 137 about a mile up the road. Turn right on Trail 137 and it will take you right back to 13.

Other Important Snowmobile Links listed below.