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Trail Report

Central Gunflint Ski Trail Conditions on 2-17-17

New Snow Last 24 hours: 0.0"
New Snow Last 7 days: 3.625"
Trail Base, Staked: Average 13"
Snow in Woods, Staked: Average 22"
Groomed with classic track: 70 km
Groomed with skate lane: 58 km
Surface Conditions: Tilled snow
Last grooming day: 2-16-17
Total snowfall since Nov. 1: 64.23"

Comments: It's going to be a warm week, but we will still be skiing! Right now, the trail base is averaging around 13 inches in depth, firmly packed, and there's nearly 2 feet of standing snow in the woods. We will have snow for quite some time yet; it isn't going anywhere that fast! Expect warm conditions though. Trails will be groomed with a tiller in the early mornings or late evenings once temperatures are cool enough. Mid mornings should provide the best conditions. Keep and eye on both Bearskin and Golden Eagle's webcams for daily photos.

For the most up to date grooming information, as well specific trail conditions, please contact Golden Eagle Lodge (1-800-346-2203) or Bearskin Lodge (1-800-338-4170). Central Gunflint Ski Pass required.

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Snow Totals    2016-2017

November Total 2016 – 15.0 inches

December 2016
Dec 1 – 4: 0.0 inches
Dec 5 – 11: 7.75 inches
Dec 12 – 18: 1.0 inches
Dec 19 – 25: 3.75 inches
Dec 26 – 31: 8.6 inches
December Total 2016 – 21.10 inches

January 2017
Jan 1 – 8: 4.25 inches
Jan 9 – 15: 6.250 inches
Jan 16 – 22: 0.625 inches
Jan 23 – 29: 0.125 inches
Jan 30 – 31: 2.0 inches
January Total 2017 – 13.25 inches

February 2017
Feb 1 – 5: 3.50 inches
Feb 6 – 12: 11.375 inches

February Total 2017 – 14.88 inches

Total Snowfall 2016-2017 – 64.23 inches


Trail Map

Below is the map of our ski trail system. This map is provided when you stay at Golden Eagle Lodge or when you purchase a Central Gunflint Trail Ticket from us. The map also includes a full description of each trail, distances, and additional information.

Fifty percent of the trails are considered Intermediate level, with 25% Advanced, and 25% Beginner. The majority of the trail system is tracked for both skating and classic skiing. Only two loops are tracked for classic only.

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