Winter Trail Conditions

[ Winter Trails are now closed for the 2021-2022 Winter Season, last day was April 22nd ]

Property still open for adventuring, birding, and stargazing

As we move through the winter months at the Lodge, we will be updating this page with the conditions of the winter trails: Snowshoe and Cross-country Trails. We have a dedicated groomer on staff who takes cares of the trails on a daily basis.

[ See Winter Trail Map ]

Last updated April 23rd, 2022 at 10:43 am

Trail Status:

  • Perimeter Loop: Closed
  • North Eastern Loop: Closed
  • Outer Loop: Closed
  • Out There Loop: Closed
  • Inner Loop: Closed
  • Snowshoe Trail: Closed

Overall Status:  The trail system at the Lodge is now closed for the 2021-2022 winter season. The temperatures are now staying above freezing most of the days, rains have set in, and the snow is melting. This has led to the trails being cumbersome to traverse for both snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. As such, we have now closed the winter trails for the winter season.  Keweenaw County has received over 315″ inches this winter season.

[ Keweenaw County Snowfall ]

You can also see the conditions at the Lodge building and on hole 1 of the golf course (with a view of Brockway Mountain) and the current weather conditions from our weather station (located on hole 1).

[ KML Webcams ]

[ See weather details at the Lodge, powered by Ambient Weather ]

Notes: The winter trails are open to resort guests and the general public. All trail users must sign a waiver inside the conference center which is the winter home for the Outdoor Activity Center. Dogs are allowed on the trails, and must be on leash and cleaned up after.