Category: Winter Trail Conditions

Nose Lake Ski Trail Work Day, Saturday, May 30th, 8 am until noonish. We need help! The marking and permissions for the reroute of the Nose Lake Ski Trail is done and we need to clear the corridor before the bulldozer arrives to finish the work. What is this you ask? RASTA has been working […]
In light of the recent weather along with today’s rain, we are suspending grooming operations at the three trail systems.  We would like to thank everybody for using the trails this winter, and look forward to seeing you again next winter.
That 2 inches of snow yesterday…resulted in some really nice fresh tracks this morning. Get out and enjoy them before the weekend meltdown.
The tracks were reset on the east loop tonight. Took a little effort but they don’t look too bad. From the shelter to the intersection they are a bit thin as only two passes were made. But they are better in the loop. Get out and enjoy them before the melt down this weekend.
The tracks on the west loop at Nose Lake were reset this morning. They turned out better than I thought they would. We’ll watch the weather and determine if its worthwhile to groom the east loop in the next couple of days. One pass was made on the deck at Washburn this morning as well. […]
Spring skiing season has arrived with frozen decks one day and soft conditions the next. We groomed both Washburn and Nose Lake on Feb. 26th and will be grooming Cassian on Feb 27th. The icy decks have groomed up well, however the tracks are a bit more challenging and require quite a bit of work […]
It looks like we are in for one more day of the melt down.  So if the need to ski is to hard to resist, try to ski in the early morning, or early evening to preserve the trails.  The base is still in good shape, but with colder temperatures on the horizon, overuse could […]
Received 1-2 inches of snow last night.  Today we ripped up Washburn and Nose Lake and reset the tracks and skate deck(Washburn).  Tomorrow we will be retracking  Guy Hansen trail.  The groomers should be finished by early afternoon.
Enterprise fat bike and snowshoe trail grooming update……..Wednesday 12th. The entire trail is open and freshly groomed. The swamps are hard. There is a section of upland in the middle of the big swamp on the long loop that might be a little soft but it is only a few hundred feet across.
With the new snow(approx.2″) we tore up and reset everything at Washburn and Nose Lake. Tomorrow we will be replacing the track at Guy Hansen Trail(formerly Cassian).  Recently the trail was renamed in honor of Guy Hansen a member of the silent sport community who has promoted silent sports in the Rhinelander area.  Along with […]