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 Washburn County

Current Trail Conditions as of Friday, November 20, 2020

Snowmobile Trails:  

Official Trail Report: Trails are currently closed at this time. 

Winter Fat Bike Trails:  

Wildcat Mountain Bike Trail: No report

Cross Country Ski Trails:  

Beaver Brook: Trails are currently closed at this time. 
Nordic Woods: Trails are currently closed at this time. 
Spooner City Park: No Report
Totogatic Ski Trail: Trails are currently closed at this time. 

Snowshoe Trails:  

Beaver Brook Wildlife Area: Trails are currently closed at this time. 
Hunt Hill Trails: No report
Spooner City Park: No report
Trego Lake Trail: No report
Trego Nature Trail: 
No report

ATV Trails:  

Official Trail Report: 

All Washburn County ATV trails are open. Trail conditions may be variable and riders may encounter wet conditions and soft trails.  Please be sure to watch out for fallen trees and report any issues to Washburn County Forestry 715-635-4490. Please tread lightly and PLEASE stay on the designated trail surface. Please ride with caution as storms can quickly change the condition of the trails.

The Wild River Trail between Spooner and Trego has a detour in place and signage to direct trail users around the impacted area. The detour begins just north of County Highway A, where you will be routed northeast, around the track relocation project. Pay close attention to signage & arrows. Please drive slow and be respectful of the nearby landowners. 

As always, trails will close if fire danger is rated at "very high" or higher. Please refer to the link below for fire danger updates:

http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/forestfire/restrictions.html 

 

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All Washburn County Snowmobile Trails remain open at this time with good snow conditions.  Forecast for the coming week calls for warm temperatures and likely significant melting.  Trail conditions report will be updated sometime later today.