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Nose Lake Ski Trail
Rhinelander, WI
Trail Length: 13km  Maps: |
Groomed: Classic Only    Lighted: No Snowmaking: No
Contact: 715-369-6140    Weather: [ NWS ]  
Notes:   Two main loops, groomed classic only. Dogs are allowed on the trail but must be kept under control at all times.

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

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Friday, January 11, 2019  posted: 1/11/2019 6:09:05 PM
Firsthand 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
  Nose Lake trails are great for intermediate skiers and set for classic skiing only. There are two loops which make up 7 miles of trails. Today I skied the west loop which is my favorite because of the magnificent old white pines and I believe hemlock which tower adjacent to the trails. Dogs are allowed, my two love to run with me as I ski. If you come with dogs, please remember to clean up their mess if they defecate on the tracked trail. Conditions were fabulous today thanks to grooming efforts from RASTA, Rhinelander Area Silent Trails. Oneida County Trail pass is required to ski these trails and please remember to support RASTA with a donation!
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(Heather Pelock Hjelle)
Tuesday, January 8, 2019  posted: 1/8/2019 10:09:27 PM
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, B skis ]
  Both east and west loops were tracked today -- finally got enough snow. With the cold temperatures the tracks should firm up nicely. There are a few thin spots in pine areas(west side). On the east loop, there are some bumpy spots near the logged areas.
(Dennis Zielinski)
Friday, December 28, 2018  posted: 12/28/2018 1:24:45 PM
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Rock skis ]
  Received about 2" on snow yesterday, with about .5" of rain. Not the best situation for grooming or skiing, but the trail got rolled and compacted this morning. Still not enough snow for tracking. Deck depth varies from about 2" to less than an inch. The trail is skiable, but only with rock skis. Keep the new ones in the closet for a while. Don't expect mid season conditions.
(Dennis Zielinski)


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