Winter Trail Conditions

Winter trails opened December 15th for the 2022-2023 Winter Season. 

As we move through the winter months at the Lodge, we update 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, and updates this page.

Last updated March 20th, 2023 at 6:09 pm

[  See Maps: Cross-Country Skiing | Snowshoeing ]

Webcam: Showing Snow Conditions and the Perimeter Loop

Trail Status

  • Perimeter Loop: Groomed (but wind-blown, so drifts), Mar 19th
  • Inner Loop: Groomed and Tracked, Mar 19th
  • In There Loop: Groomed and Tracked (but wind-blown), Mar 19th
  • Outer Loop: Groomed and Tracked, Mar 19th
  • Out There Loop: Groomed and Tracked, Mar 19th
  • North Eastern Loop: Not Groomed, Fresh Snow
  • Adventurer Snowshoe Route: Fresh Snow
  • Explorer Snowshoe Route: Fresh Snow
  • Trekker Snowshoe Route: Fresh Snow

Groomer’s Notes, March 20th:

The wind has lessened over night, and it is calm today. The temperatures did get above freezing yesterday afternoon, which made the trails soft. We are going to keep the Outer, Out There, and Inner Loops tracked from yesterday, as they are still in good shape this morning. We will groom the North Eastern Loop, the In There Loop, and the Perimeter Loops this morning to freshen them up. We will update this page with any grooming changes throughout the day. Enjoy the winter outdoor activities.

Perimeter Loop & Start of Snowshoe Route
March 20, 2023, 6:08pm

Outer Loop, March 19, 2023, 9:55am

Adventurer Snowshoe Route, March 8, 2023

Our trails are free to use, and please remember you need to sign a waiver at the OAC inside the main Lodge. Keweenaw County has received  235.75″ of snow as of 3/18/2023.

KML Webcams and Weather

You can see the conditions at the Lodge building and on hole 1 of the golf course (which shows the Perimeter Loop and a view of Brockway Mountain) via webcams.  The current weather conditions from our weather station (located on hole 1) can also be viewed.

[ KML Webcams and Weather ]

Additional Info

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.