Snowmobile & ORV Assoc. (SORVA) of Alger County MISORVA Club of the Year 2020! Trail Report

  • Trail Condition: Good
  • Last Groomed: February 23rd, 2021
  • Base Snowfall: 10"
  • Reported On: February 24th, 2021 @ 8:53am

Groomer Report

TRAIL REPORT – Wednesday, 2-24-2021 A WARM WEATHER HIT BUT HANGING ON! We received about an inch of new snow last night and it’s still falling. Operators reported fair grooming results with our Trail System in Overall Good condition, staying fairly flat through the day with some icy corners developing. The trails are soft and not setting after grooming due to the warm weather. Ride with caution. In the towns and along highways you will be finding dirty snow and bare spots. Trail 8 from Shingleton to Trail 7 South is the highest used section of trail with snow sugary along that stretch. Even with this warm spell, the trails are hanging on for some really good riding – but barely. Yesterday work was done on the JD 7130 repairing a fuel tank bracket and groove cutting was started on the front tracks. This will hopefully solve our icy hill climb issues we get on both sides of Munising after these low snow warm spells. Please respect residential property owners and STAY ON THE TRAIL, No Snowmobile Signs mean just that. Please DO NOT run the Powerlines off of Trail 419. Our Team of volunteer Groomer Operators will continue to do their best to keep trails flat. Keep snow dancing, get out and ENJOY the Trails, Ride Safe and Stay Tuned for updates!

IMPORTANT National Forest Closure Notice!

STAY ON GROOMED TRAILS in the Stevens Lake F-16 crash site area. These are Trails 7 to the North and East, Trail 2 to the South and Trail 411 to the West. Order in effect through September 30, 2021. Notice from the National Forest important for those who venture off-trail: “Just a heads up to remind riders to stay on trails especially around or near the crash site they can be fined or imprisoned if caught inside perimeter thanks”


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