March 2, 2023
Curt Christensen, President
Mother Nature certainly blessed us with an abundance of snow for late season riding. Hopefully the temperatures will stay in check and we’ll be able to ride through the end of the month.
Our groomer operators are reporting that almost all of our trails are in Very Good to Excellent Condition.
Please! While you’re enjoying our trails, always Ride Right and Be Safe
• On Corridor 12 from Willow Road east on the trail for 4 miles, be aware of trucks using Flowage Road to access a logging site. Slow down and ride with caution!
• There’s logging activity on Trail 5 between TIN-513 and TIN-515. There is a very shallow base on this section of trail. You may want to consider an alternate route.
• Trail 5A is PERMANENTLY closed between TIN-651 (the intersection of Trail 5 & Trail 5A) and TIN-653 (the intersection of Trail 5A & Price County Road). Follow the detour.
Weekend Forecast (as predicted by AccuWeather):
Friday: A high temperature of 41 degrees and a low temperature of 24 degrees. Expect S winds of 7 mph during intervals of clouds and sun throughout the day. There will be considerable cloudiness during the nighttime hours.
Saturday: A high temperature of 38 degrees and a low temperature of 18 degrees. Expect WSW winds of 7 mph under partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout the day and into the evening hours.
Sunday: A high temperature of 41 degrees and a low temperature of 28 degrees. Sunny skies in the morning will break way to cloudy skies in the afternoon. Winds will be from the SE at 7 to 12 mph with wind gusts up to 17 mph. Expect periods of snow during the evening hours with 3” of accumulation possible.
The Final Club Event of the Season:
Tuesday, March 21st: Membership Meeting at Northfork Fin & Filet
Congratulations to This Year’s Raffle Winners:
Grand Prize: Dawn Diangikes of Hurley, WI
2nd Place Prize: Dan Wolfgram of Hartland, WI
3rd Place Prize: Mike Wright of Minocqua, WI