Last Updated on Thursday February 22nd @ 8:30am
Winter Fat Tire Bike Trails: CLOSED
Trails will be closed for the foreseeable future. We are stuck in the spin cycle of freeze/thaw and any attempts to open will lead to some amount of trail damage. In an effort to protect the trails, we are fully closing the bike trails.
Truly no idea of when we may open again or what the conditions will be. At this time, we will just wait and respond to what mother nature throws our way.
Snowshoe/Hiking Trails: OPEN
Hiking trails will remain open and hiking is allowed on all marked snowshoe and ski trails. As we continue to melt the last remaining base we have, expect some ice in the mornings and mud in the afternoons. If you find yourself leaving large footprints or damaging the surface, please turnaround.
Many of our snowshoe trails use bike trails. We will be monitoring and may close certain snowshoe trails if needed or hiking all together depending on the conditions.
Sledding Hill: CLOSED
Winter Trail Conditions Information
All dates and times listed reflect when trail grooming was completed on that route. We ask that you wait at least 1 hour after grooming has been completed to ski to allow the trails to firm up properly.
The 7k and 10k trail information is divided into the "North" and "South" sections of those trails. Please see the maps below to better understand the "north" and "south" sections of our trail system.
We hope this provides more specific information to allow you to better plan your visit to WinMan Trails.