DC Snowmobile Trails Need Grooming After Snowfalls

The snowstorm that blew through the region this week was a boon to Door County snowmobilers. The snow storm, which dropped as much as 15-inches of the white stuff on area communities, will help make travel conditions better on the Door County trail system. Steve Sohns, who is president of the County Trails Association, says a small group of people play a big role in seeing to it that the system is maintained. Sohns said trail segments are handled by a different group when there’s new snow available…
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Sohns explains why it’s better to groom the trails at night…
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The most recent report on the condition of trails in door county indicates that the Northern segment is “good to excellent” and the Central, Southeast and Southwest are “good” with areas of blowing and drifting snow from heavy winds this week. Also watch out for bare spots in the Central, Southeast and Southwest sections of the trail system.

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