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Mother Bear Ski Trail
Brimson, MN
Trail Length: 10km  Maps: |
Groomed: Classic Only    Lighted: No Snowmaking: No
Contact:     Weather: [ NWS ]  
Notes:   This is a remote trail that is groomed by volunteers for classic skiing that goes thru jackpine forests, black spruce swamps and over glacial eskers. A skier will probably see more tracks of deer, wolves and moose that they will of other skiers. A snowshoe trail is also starts by the trailhead. Located two miles south of Hellman's Store on CR 44.

Trail Reports:   2018-2019 season  view previous season     File a new report     Request a new report

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Monday, January 21, 2019  posted: 1/21/2019 7:22:00 PM
Firsthand 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  All tracks are groomed for classic. We skied 1 to 11. Fast and cold. Deep, clean tracks with only a little pine needle debris. Hills are fast and tracks are a little blown out from other skiers. This new snow should be perfect!
(Ann Thompson)
Saturday, January 19, 2019  posted: 1/22/2019 5:22:46 PM
Firsthand 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  -10F when we got there. Trails were a bit icy below but had a nice coating of new snow on top. Good track-set and grooming everywhere. Snow was about 1.5 feet deep. The skiing was great. We really like Mother Bear because of the narrow, single track-set trails. We skied for 2.5 hours and had the whole place to ourselves.
(Ken Fastner)
Wednesday, January 2, 2019  posted: 1/2/2019 3:30:41 PM
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  Trails are all open and groomed. We have 21" of snow on the ground, and the woods are a winter wonderland. Come out and enjoy.
Photos:  
(Al Ringer)
Tuesday, December 11, 2018  posted: 12/11/2018 12:20:43 PM
Observation 
[ Trails Open: Partial, Rock skis ]
  Conditions are poor. We are waiting for more snow before we pack and track. 5" on the ground in open areas, but less under tree cover on the trail.
Photos:  
(Al Ringer)


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