Snowmobiling Trails

Lack of Snow Leaving Many Northland Snowmobile Trails in Poor Condition

According to the Minnesota DNR, many of the trails around Duluth are labeled "poor."

DULUTH, Minn.- It would seem Mother Nature is not keeping up with the pandemic-fueled demand to get outside and try new winter activities, as a winter lacking in snow has made an ugly scene and poor conditions on Northland ski and snowmobile trails. “We’ve been a little short on snow,” said Rob Waksdahl, Groomer Operator with the Duluth Drift Toppers….

Volunteer Snowmobile Trail Groomer In Need of Repair or Replacement

The only groomer tackling trails in East Duluth and up the North Shore is out of service.

DULUTH, Minn.- The only snow groomer working on snowmobile trails in East Duluth is out of commission and in need of repair. While grooming the trails, the Duluth Drift-Toppers Snowmobile Club’s machine encountered an engine failure. Now the motor has to be redone, in order to keep the trails used by snowmobilers, fat-tire bikers, and hikers smooth and clean. The…

Snowmobile Drivers are Asked to Be Safe After Five Deaths in Wisconsin Over the Weekend

During the 2017-2018 season The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reported 14 snowmobile deaths and Minnesota reported seven.

DULUTH, Minn. – Five people are dead after a weekend of snowmobile accidents in Wisconsin. Experts are reminding riders the importance of snowmobiling safety. Knowing the trail you are riding on is one way to ensure safety while riding a snowmobile. Also, it is recommended to never ride alone and to stay on your side of the trail. Speed is…