Grand Traverse Snowmobile Council Trail Report
- Trail Condition: Poor
- Last Groomed: January 09th, 2022
- Reported On: January 21st, 2023 @ 10:08pm
Trail Report: 01-21-2023 Current trail conditions are poor/icy. We got some snow on Thursday. It was the wet heavy stuff and on Friday it was ice-snow. Most of the trails are snow covered but it is thin snow over ice and it is only 2 inches deep. We are still not grooming until we get more snow. I have seen a few Sled tracks at the road crossings so people are out doing a little riding. I will post updated information on Wednesday Jan 25th if anything changes. When we do get some good snow please ride safe, respect other riders, and stay on the trail. We do have some private property along our trail system and we can not afford to lose any of it. Thanks, Steve Haver – GTASC groomer
Trail Report: 01-9-2023 Current trail conditions are poor/un-ridable with a sled. Most of the trail is sand and ice. Where there is snow it is only inches deep. We are not grooming until we get another good dumping of snow. Thanks, Steve Haver – GTASC groomer
Grand Traverse Area Snowmobile Club has been around since the spring of 1982, making sure that the area trails have been signed and groomed to perfection. We were one of the 1st clubs to use wheeled tractors to maintain snowmobile trails. Snowmobile Club in Grand Traverse County responsible for the marked groomed trails in the area. Join the club!
Ride safe and ride sober!! Remember to watch for groomers you never know when one will be coming around a corner or over a hill. Also remember that the signs on the snowmobile trails are there for the safety of snowmobilers, so please don’t remove them.
Poor Trail Complaint