WINTER ~ Snow Info & Conditions

Your Source for Copper Harbor Winter Conditions

Copper Harbor XC & Snowshoe Trails

Wax ‘em up! The Copper Harbor Nordic ski trails are groomed and tracked!

Mount Bohemia

Conditions should be great this weekend with temps in the 30’s

Plenty of snow in all sections of the mountain

We expect to ski well into April based on current forcast

Snowfall YTD 257 – 24 hours 0 48 hours – 0
Bohemia has over 100 runs and over 640 acres of terrain open.

Front side – 100 perent open

Bear den – all open except Grumpy Bear

Pirates Cove- 100 percent open

The Outback – 100 percent open

Haunted Valley – 100 percent open( best snow)

Tommy knockers , badlands , and the bluffs – 100 percent open

Extreme backcountry – 100 percent open

Middle Earth – open 100 percent -expect very deep snow

Outer Limits – open 100 percent – expect very deep snow

Littler Boho- 100 percent open

Please use caution and expect unmarked obstacles.

 

Snowmobile Trails

This is the Keweenaw Snowmobile Trail System Report for Friday, March 23, 2018. 

Snowmobile trails from Twin Lakes to Copper Harbor are open and in Fair to good, end of season condition. Grooming has been suspended until we get more snow. Trails on the south end are showing end of season wear.  The trails on the north end are still in pretty good shape.

Trail 133 is now closed for the rest of the season, due to logging.  Please respect this closure and stay off the trail.  There is still plenty of good riding on the rest of the Keweenaw Snowmobile Clubs trail system.  You can still get in and out of Gay via trail 122/124.

Remember when you’re out on the trails to watch out for the groomers.  They have the right away.

The Keweenaw Convention & Visitors Bureau asks that you stay on the trails, STAY OFF THE ICE, respect private property, do not drink and drive, and above all else, drive safely.  The signs on the trail are there for riders’ safety so please DO Not remove or destroy them.

Ice Cover ~ Fishing

Copper Harbor is frozen and the fish are biting!
Lake Fanny Hooe and Lake Medora are frozen too.