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We have the Pisten Bully back and spent the past 2 days working to repair and set problem sections of trail. We have now repaired ALL trail sections to the point that they are ALL ridable. There is more detail below. We have trail that is excellent and other sections that are fair at best. Because of day time temps hovering near the freezing mark and lack of snow fall, some our trail is still in early season riding condition. We need more of the white stuff to really get the whole system up to good and excellent. We have a cold spell coming up and that should help freeze up the rest of the water holes we are fighting.
It is illegal to ride on or ride the plowed shoulder of any Michigan state highway. (in this area: M64-M28-M38). When the trail runs along the hwy, you are allowed to come up onto the shoulder to go around a hazard or cross a bridge when necessary, but then you MUST return back to the trail. County deputies, state troopers and DNR law enforcement will write tickets for this infraction.
Trail 1 from White Pine to Lake of the Clouds
Trail 11 North - (South Boundary Road - AKA The Snowmobile Super Highway)
Trail 137 - (the railroad grade between Ontonagon and Rockland) is in good condition.
Trail 12 -
Trail 101 - Potato Farm Rd to Trail 13
Trail 13 -
If you are heading West out of Rockland. Take Trail 137 right (north) at the junction just West of town. Turn left onto Victoria Road (West) (I believe it is the first stop sign you will come to.) This will take you right back to the trail at the river bridge which runs part of this road.
If you are heading East to Rockland - stay on Victoria Road after you cross the river. You will meet Trail 137 about a mile up the road. Turn right on Trail 137 and it will take you right back to 13.
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