❄️❄️Hurley Area Snow Report February 25, 2021
The sun is out and with that the snow is melting. The North Iron County trails are in FAIR condition with this warm-up. There is still some snow on the trails in the woods/ shaded areas —- but getting there will be difficult. Trail 8E by Bass Lake and Trail 13 the Hogsback (from the intersection of Trail 15) are considered to be good riding.
Early SPRING riding conditions exist.
Be sure to support the White Thunder Riders by purchasing 50/50 Raffle Tickets at your favorite pit stop on the trails. Drawing will be held at 3:00 pm on Saturday, March 6 at the North Pole Bar.
STOP FOR GROOMERS
STAY ON THE TRAIL
Iron County is in the heart of excellent snowmobiling opportunities. The 304 miles of trails in Iron County connect to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, as well as Ashland, Price and Vilas counties, offering a variety of scenic tours. Snowmobile trails do not open prior to December 1, and will open as conditions permit.
As the Snow Capital of Wisconsin, there will be more than enough for riders all throughout winter. The average annual snowfall is 200 inches, some past records have topped the 300 mark.