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Snowmobile Trail Conditions

To receive our snowmobile trail conditions newsletter, text TRAILS to 22828 or email us: info@lakevermilionresorts.com. Newsletters are sent out approximately once per week during the season - or when significant changes take place.

 

Arrowhead Trail

3-15-18: Depth 10-26" Base 1-3" Warm daytime temps and lack of snowfall have continued to reduce our trail base, exposing more rocks and bare ground throughout the trails. As of Tuesday, March 14, grooming on all trails has ceased until we get more snow. (Conditions reported by DNR)

Auro-bi, Moose and Ranger Trails

3-15-18 update: With the warm weather, trails are starting to show some rough spots. (Conditions Reported by Ranger Snowmobile Club)

Bearskin Trail

3-9-18: We have again had a tough run of luck for weather the past 7 days. With high temps in the upper 30's and 40's, we lost a fair amount of snow. The base is not gone so we will attempt to prolong the conditions as long as we can! (Timberwolves Snowmobile Club)

Lake Vermilion and Soudan Underground Mine State Parks

3-15-18. Local snow depth is 18" Base 1-3" NO CURRENT UPDATE REPORTED The trail is groomed as of March 8th and is in good condition. The base is holding well due to proportionally less use than the Arrowhead and Taconite. (Conditions reported by DNR)

Pequaywan Trail

3-9-18: Conditions not reported- (Conditions reported by the Pequaywan Area Trail Blazers)

Putnam & Fishing Lakes Trail

3-15-18: Local snow depth is 6-26" Trail base – 1-3” Warm daytime temps and lack of snowfall have continued to reduce our trail base, exposing more rocks and bare ground throughout the trails. As of Tuesday, March 14, grooming on all trails has ceased until we get more snow. (Conditions provided by the DNR)

Stony Spur Trail

3-9-18 update: We have again had a tough run of luck for weather the past 7 days. With high temps in the upper 30's and 40's, we lost a fair amount of snow. The base is not gone so we will attempt to prolong the conditions as long as we can! (Timberwolves Snowmobile Club)

Taconite Spur Trail

3-9-18 Update: We have again had a tough run of luck for weather the past 7 days. With high temps in the upper 30's and 40's, we lost a fair amount of snow. The base is not gone so we will attempt to prolong the conditions as long as we can! (Timberwolves Snowmobile Club)

Taconite Trail

3-15-18 UPDATE: Snow Depth–6-26” Base – 1-3” Warm daytime temps and lack of snowfall have continued to reduce our trail base, exposing more rocks and bare ground throughout the trails. As of Tuesday, March 14, grooming on all trails has ceased until we get more snow. (Conditions reported by DNR)

Tomahawk Trail

3-15-18 Snow 15-18” depth The base is thin and will have some exposed trail and rocks. Use caution if traveling on lakes. The warm weather has created slushy conditions on lake surfaces. (Conditions provided by the Ely Chamber)

Vermilion Access Trail

3-9-18: NO NEW UPDATE (Conditions provided by the Vermilion Penquin Snowmobile Club)

Voyageur Trail-Orr Spur

3-15-18: For the most part, the grooming season is now over. The trails are groomed and still in riding shape, but as the weather continues to warm, grooming will be limited unless we get another dump of snow. (Conditions Reported by Voyageur Trail Society)

Voyageur-Crane Lake Trail

3-15-18: For the most part, the grooming season is now over. The trails are groomed and still in riding shape, but as the weather continues to warm, grooming will be limited unless we get another dump of snow. (Conditions Reported by Voyageur Trail Society)

Wolf Track Trail

3-9-18 We have again had a tough run of luck for weather the past 7 days. With high temps in the upper 30's and 40's, we lost a fair amount of snow. The base is not gone so we will attempt to prolong the conditions as long as we can! (Timberwolves Snowmobile Club) (Report by Cook Timberwolves Snowmobile Club)

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