Central Gunflint Ski Trail Conditions on December 11, 2019

New Snow Last 24 hours:  Trace
New Snow Last 7 days:  4.75”
Trail Base, Staked:  Average 7”
Snow in Woods, Staked:  Average 14 – 17”
Groomed with classic track:  55 km
Groomed with skate lane:  55 km
Surface Conditions:  Fresh snow
Last grooming day:  12-10-19
Total season snowfall:  28.75”

Comments:  It’s barely mid-December and we’ve got wonderful snow on the Gunflint Trail! Of our 70km of ski trails, we have approximately 55km groomed and tracked. Trails will continue to be groomed as needed until the holidays and throughout the winter season. It’s safe to say, for us on the Central Gunflint Ski Trail System, our winter ski season has begun! Come up and enjoy some great early skiing conditions! Good skis are safe to use on the majority of trails; rock skies are recommended on a section of north-south link and west end logging camp.

Trails groomed after last snowfall, Dec 10, 2019:  Summer Home Road, Campground Loop, Ox Cart, Beaver Dam, North South Link (packed-only north of SHR), Ridge Run, Moose Pasture, Logging Camp, Wolf Point, Red Pines, Cross Fox, and Deer Mouse.

See you on the trails!

Note:  Grooming frequently occurs between the release of weekly trail reports. Expect trail grooming after every significant snowfall. 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    2019-2020

October/November Total 2019 – 24.0 inches

December 2019
Dec 1 – Dec:  1.0 inches
Dec 9: 3.75 inches
December Total 2019 – 4.75 inches

Total Snowfall 2018-2019 – 28.75 inches

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