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The Blue Bear and Cranberry Trail Systems can be accessed from two different staging areas. One is the M-72 Staging area, this parking lot is located in Bear Lake Township on East M-72 between Kalkaska and Grayling, with gas, food and entertainment nearby. The other is located on Starvation Lake Road, East of “The Little Country Store” and also has easy access to gas, food and entertainment. TG
Don’t forget to check out the new alternate trail #791 that was added to the Blue Bear Trail system. The trail is located 1/4 mile North of the new parking lot (staging area) on Starvation Lake Road. The trail runs East and West for 6 1/2 miles then connects (loops) back into the old trail on Summit Road.
Welcome to our 2019 Trail Updates: Think snow, ride safe and please remember to be considerate of others. Thanks, Tammy
1/19/19 Blue Bear Trail groomed, trail is in fair condition with some icy spots under the snow. TG
1/18/19 Blue Bear Trail groomed with a little bit of new snow, some ice underneath in spots and we’re still working on the base of the trail. Ride safe and think snow. TG
1/13/19 Blue Bear and Cranberry Trails groomed, trails have some snirt and ice due to very heavy usage. TG
1/12/19 Blue Bear and Cranberry Trails groomed, tons of sleds out and were still working on the base of the trails. TG
1/11/19 Blue Bear and Cranberry Trails groomed, lots of sleds out, some shirt and ice out on trails due to usage. Ride safe, TG
1/10/19 Blue Bear and Cranberry Trails groomed, lots of sleds out on the trails. We’re still working on our trail bases. TG
1/9/19 We received 10 inches of FRESH SNOW, Blue Bear Trail was groomed. We are still working on the base of the trail but overall trail was good. Ride safe and be courteous to others, TG
1/3/19 Due to warm weather conditions, the Blue Bear and Cranberry Trail systems will not be groomed until further notice 🙁 TG
1/2/19 The Blue Bear and Cranberry Trails were groomed, there was some snirt on the trails due to usage. Ride safe, TG
1/1/19 we received 8-9 inches of snow, lots of sleds were out and assisted us in starting the trail base for the season. Our first night groom was conducted and the trails were full of snowmobiles and fresh snow.