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Razorback Ridges Trail
Sayner, WI
Trail Length: 20k  Maps: |
Groomed: Skating/Classical    Lighted: No Snowmaking: No
Contact: 715-542-3501    Weather: [ NWS ]  
Notes:   Mixed forest and open field terrain varies from nearly level to mostly hilly with several scattered hills. All 18 trail segments are groomed and only 2 segments groomed exclusively for classical. McKay's Corner Store, located at the trailhead, offers warming shelter, food and beverages.

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1 to 5 of 18    Month: Jan | Dec
Saturday, January 19, 2019  posted: 1/19/2019 4:29:47 PM
Firsthand 
[ Trails Open: All, B skis ]
  Razorback was good today, with the groomer working all but Long Ride between 9 am and noon. Full coverage, no bare spots, some debris, many wolf tracks along the way.
(Jim Sheibley)
Wednesday, January 16, 2019  posted: 1/16/2019 3:44:18 PM
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  Groomed all skate loops today except for short section of Will's Crossing which was still in good shape. Skate deck was getting pretty hard and scraped off icy. Tilled it a little but don't dare go too deep because of thin snow cover over icy base. I would rate it very good right now, but I'm guessing any kind of heavy usage will require another go-round with the groomer. Tested out setting new track on Doug's Folly. Some was good, some pretty poor. Again, can't make good track on trail sections that are gone over with the groomer more than others. Still debating about tracking more trails tomorrow. Do not want to do more harm than good, but would like to soften up some sharp corners at the bottom of steep hills. Bottom line: For the amount of snow we have conditions are pretty good. Oak leaves and pine litter still a nuisance here and there, but overall not too bad.
(Will Maines)
Saturday, January 12, 2019  posted: 1/13/2019 9:49:29 AM
Firsthand 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  Congrats to Lions on a great ski trail and warming shelter/chalet. Met one of them, Rudy, out skiing. Terrain is rolling, but not too extreme. Need a little more snow to get full depth tracks. Check out these trails if you get a chance, and be sure to donate.
(Randy Beck)
Saturday, January 12, 2019  posted: 1/12/2019 4:28:39 PM
Firsthand 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  Instead of grooming today I got to ski. Did Lions Pride, Oak Ridge, Hair Raiser and Shortcut, all classic. Fast conditions with both good kick and glide. Tracks are very good for some stretches, thin and washing out here and there from heavy usage on stretches where repeated grooming has used up most of the snow down to an icy base. Ice, however, is no problem at all. Starting to gather more pine needles and oak leaves here and there, but nothing that really affected my using No. 1 pair of skis. Fun day to be out.
(Will Maines)
Thursday, January 10, 2019  posted: 1/10/2019 2:36:30 PM
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  Got our new Ginzu drag out for its maiden voyage yesterday afternoon. Out again this morning until 2 p.m. All skate trails are groomed and for the first time this winter I would grade them all very good or excellent--most on the excellent side. All classic loops groomed today except Oak Ridge. Will do that tomorrow. A few places where oak leaves won't leave us alone, but virtually no stubble left on entire system. Can't say enough about the new Ginzu. Night and day difference between our retired 18-year-old Ginzu and our even older Tidd Tech. Leaves a beautiful skate lane with excellent corduroy, and sets wonderful tracks. Good to go for everyone's best skis.
(Will Maines)

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