Michigan Snowmobilers Looking to Find Good Snow Base
Currently in the Lower Peninsula it's very difficult to find any kind of snow base because bottom line: "There is no snow base."
Snowmobilers want some action and there's none to be had because of Michigan's milder temperatures.
Where can Michiganders find a decent snow base in Michigan? Simple, head north over the Mackinac Bridge and even further north into the Upper Peninsula and then you should be good to go.
There you have it, you don't have to get out of Michigan to find good snowmobiling conditions
According to mlive.com:
The northwestern part of the Upper Peninsula still has 20 inches of snow on the ground, even with the quiet snowfall pattern we have been in the past two weeks.
I love snowmobiling in the Upper Peninsula. For two reasons and I'll tell you what they are.
1. You can always find lots of snow.
2. Nothing but open land for steady snowmobiling fun.
How about snowmobiling over 3,000 miles on really nice groomed trails in the Upper Peninsula?
Uptravel.com shares this:
With rare exceptions, we get hundreds of inches of snow annually. Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are natural snow machines but they also keep the winter temperatures cold but not bone-biting. We clear our main roads so you can reach the trails. Then, weather permitting, groom over 3,000 miles of trails from the start of December until the end of March.
Even the Upper Peninsula will have milder temperatures this weekend. But most of the U.P. should have over one foot of snow on the ground for snowmobilers.