Just a reminder that Superior Snowmobile Club now has a website: WWW.SUPERIORSNOWMOBILECLUB.ORG. We hope you’ll check it out and pass on any suggestions! You can also send us an email at SUPERIORSNOWMOBILECLUB@GMAIL.COM.
We’d sure like for you to join our club! You’d be surprised how the $25 annual fee helps out with our expenses for fuel, maintenance and costly repairs. Memberships can be obtained thru our new website (print the form from the link on the Home Page), Krupp’s Resort or Krupp’s Mini-Mart in Twin Lakes, and Pat’s Yamaha/Polaris in Greenland.
Also, if you care about snowmobiling in Michigan, please consider joining Michigan Snowmobile Association. This is the organization that speaks for our sport in Lansing and is also the organization that works for the clubs for the trails we are privileged to ride (both commercially owned and privately owned land). Please contact them through their website: www.msasnow.org. This is the website you are reading, as I type.
12-6-19 FIRST UPDATE OF THE 2019 / 2020 SEASON!
Early season riding conditions…………we’re packing down the new snow on parts of the main trails, but expect the possibility of open water and mud in areas that still need time to freeze up. Early season heavy snow has been good, but as it’s been very heavy and wet, the tree limbs are bending low. We’re brushing again as we open trails, and not all are open yet, but we’re working diligently at it. There are a few areas where logging is still ongoing, so keep your eyes open, and be safe out there!
12-9-19 The “featured image” here on our website is Richard Krupp in the driver’s seat of our new tractor delivered today, to be kept at the Twin Lakes end of our trail system!
Early season riding conditions are slowly improving, with colder temperatures and a good dose of snow over the next few days. There are still wet spots out there, but the main trails are improving daily as we begin to groom them in earnest.
12-27-19 With all the early season snow this early season, brushing our trails to allow groomers to pass along them has been a true challenge. Trail 13 out of Twin Lakes is now brushed, thanks to Steve Witmer, Dave Sleeman and Steve’s friend from Minnesota (who arrived in the early morning, worked all day and then returned home that same day) on Christmas Eve. Day no less!!
Now, all of us have now endured a prolonged warm up. The snow is becoming a bit icy, and melting and settling. We need to deal with a bit more of this, but then it appears that winter will return. Keep the faith!
1-13-20 All trails are open, most all of the open water holes have been filled and are now frozen, trail brushing is almost completed (trail #109 still has brushing to be done, but this doesn’t affect snowmobile traffic flow) and trails are being groomed according to schedule.
1-28-20 All trails are open and being groomed according to normal routine schedule. Warmer than average temperatures have made for wetter, heavier snow.