MFR Trail Report 2-5-2023

Curt Christensen, President

I do believe that when the temperature hovers right around the freezing mark, the conditions of the trails are spectacular, especially with the amount of snow we have, allowing the grooming machines to do their thing. …

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MFR Trail Report 1-26-2023

Curt Christensen – President

I hope you were able to get out and enjoy our trails, and for that matter, other club’s trails.  The conditions are the best I can remember in a long time. …

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MFR Trail Report 01-19-2023

Timing is everything!  The early week warming spell was creating havoc with our trails, as temperatures hovered near or above freezing.  And then we woke up Thursday morning to nearly a foot of snow!  Thank goodness the weather guessers got this one right! …

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MFR Trail Report 1-12-2023

Curt Christensen, President

So far, our trails have held up rather well during this bit of a warm spell.  But, we’re not out of the woods quite yet. It looks like we could see even warmer temperatures towards the end of the weekend. …

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MFR Trail Report 1-5-2023

Curt Christensen, President

The fresh snow we received the past few days have revitalized our trails. Now all we need are cold overnight temperatures to solidify the base.

Trails:
Our groomer operators are reporting that the trails are in Very Good and in some cases Excellent Condition. …

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MFR Trail 5A Closure Warning

Due to unsafe conditions, Trail 5A is now closed between TIN-651 (the intersection of Trail 5 & Trail 5A) and TIN-653 (the intersection of Trail 5A & Price County Road).

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MFR Trail Report 12-30-2022

This certainly has been an interesting opening to the snowmobile season. Frigid temperatures during the first five days, leading into early March-like temperatures, has made grooming our trail system a challenge.

We started our grooming schedule this past Wednesday and when the warm spell crept up on us Thursday, …

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MFR Trail Report 12-23-2022

It’s so nice to have the trails open during the holiday season. Our trail maintenance crews have been out working very long shifts to make sure they’re safe for you to enjoy. The initial storm brought wet heavy snow to the region and there were many trees overhanging or downed and blocking trails. …

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