Trails listed as GOOD but warmer weather in forecast

Trail Report — There was a lot of traffic in the Mercer Area this past weekend. All trails have been groomed. However, due to warmer weather and sunny skies the past couple of days, the trails have been down graded to good. Corners are again icy, there are a few bare spots and yesterday there were reports of water from melting snow on some of the trails. Forecast as of now is for cooler more seasonable temperatures tomorrow and then warming back up starting Friday with temps being in the 40’s with mostly sunny skies. Including a few other area trail reports below. Reminder there will be a Chili Feed on Saturday at the Great Northern Motel from 11am – 2pm.
HURLEY Snowmobile Trail Report, Monday, February 13, 2017 — 10:00 am White Thunder Riders report all trails in GOOD condition. Trails were well traveled this past weekend as we welcomed numerous riders to the area. The ALL VOLUNTEER groomer team has been out and all trails are groomed and ready to ride. Forecast shows possibility of snow mid week, however, we recommend that you check back daily for updates.
BOULDER JUNCTION – Trail report for February 13 2017-Trails are fair to good. With the warmer weather and the increased traffic over the weekend our trails have degraded somewhat. I took a ride with the wife to Manitowish Waters yesterday and the trails were pretty good. The corners are icy and bare and as you get closer to town it can get bumpy. The logging areas have very little snow and sun is getting stronger this time of year so the trails with the southern exposure can start to degrade quickly.
There is no snow expected in the immediate future so we will do what we can with the trails.                                                                                                                               

PARK FALLS – Warm temperatures on February 13 changed our trail conditions from good to excellent to poor to fair. Most roads are bare, most logging projects are now mud or gravel, in the open areas there are bare spots, creeks are opening up again and we just don’t have enough snow to fix the bad spots. Clubs are grooming and will be where possible until Friday. It looks like the temperatures through Thursday will be cold enough to at least keep what we have, but after Thursday conditions will deteriorate rapidly, the weekend looks really bad. In the Price County Snowmobile Trails Association opinion riders can find trails to ride in the wooded areas but getting there will be a problem. I would NOT recommend telling snowmobilers to come up for the weekend. Hopefully the weather pattern will change and late February and March will provide some good spring riding conditions.