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Bloomer, WI
27km
Skating/Classic
No
No
866-723-0331
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This trail winds through quiet and scenic oak and aspen forests. All loops are challenging to the skier with rolling to steep grades. All loops are signed with either a snowflake blazer or a blazer depicting a skier, complete with kilometer markings. Ski trail rest shelters are located at the North and South loops. The entire system is groomed for both traditional and skate skiing. No dogs permitted.
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Reports 1 to 6 of 6    Month: Jan | Dec
Friday, January 14, 2022
Afternoon
Firsthand: Freestyle 
[ Trails Open: All, B skis ]
Trail is fast and firm to no surprise. Didn’t really get any flakes earlier in the afternoon. There are plenty of dirty spots and debris. Very good chance at some scratches to the base of your skis. I was done about 4pm right when the groomer was heading out to scratch the surface for weekend skiing.
(Brady Zwiefelhofer)
Saturday, January 8, 2022
Afternoon
Firsthand: Freestyle 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
Trails in excellent condition. Skied all but the far two north loops. Skied from trailhead to north cabin and pretty much all trails in between. Track for striding set up too. Well worth the trip.
(David Wood)
Thursday, December 30, 2021
Afternoon
Firsthand: Freestyle 
[ Trails Open: All, Rock skis ]
The grooming timing and execution was pretty much to perfection, in my opinion, given the amount of snow. Nice work fellas! The glide was great even given the cold temps. I skied everything except Tram. North Loop, South Loop, and Dog Island are plenty firm. Highland Lowland had some spots that were soft. There’s enough snow so it’s not lumpy like a typical early season snow. There are stretches where dirt and twigs are rather ample while other areas look like mid season form. Even for the experienced skier it will be hard to avoid all of the dirt and debris. One more snow fall will cover that. The skiing is great though so don’t let twigs get in your way.
(Brady Zwiefelhofer)
Wednesday, December 29, 2021
Afternoon
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: All, B skis ]
We may have been the only ones out today. The groomer was still setting the base. It was soft and slow, no classic tracks yet, but this place is sacred! Beautiful, quiet, peaceful. So good to get out there for a couple hours. Skate deck seems like it we be nice and firm tomorrow. Thanks to the team for making such a destination.
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(Kirk Spencer)
Saturday, December 11, 2021
Evening
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: Partial, B skis ]
Wow! What a day. Groomers were out in full force today to try and get a handle on all the snow. All the equipment ran well. Unfortunately, with this much snow at one time, it’s still going to take another grooming to get things ready to go. Ski Trail: 3 groomers were out most of the day nocking down the amount and rolling. The trails worked on were, Two Way, North Loop, South Loop, and Cabin Connector. The rest of the trails will be worked on this week. The plan tomorrow is to let it set overnight and groom and try tracking in the morning. Since it won’t have much time to set up, if you try skiing tomorrow it will most likely be soft. Note: There is water across the trail towards the end of the North Loop. We think the weight of the snow is forcing more than typical water thru the culvert. An adjustment was made and the hope it freezes up. Fatbike: Was able to make a couple laps around the same trails as last night. Overnight not only did we get additional accumulation the drifting in some areas was so deep I couldn’t see the trail. It’s gonna be soft if you try riding tomorrow. I’d have a backup plan of snowshoeing or backcountry skiing if it is soft. The plan tomorrow is to groom once again Trappers, Shangri La, Burnt Wagon and Connector. If time permits we will start working on North Loop.
(Kevin Roytek)
Saturday, December 11, 2021
Afternoon
Firsthand: Freestyle Secondhand 
[ Trails Open: Partial, Good skis ]
The grooming team was just leaving as I was heading out. There’s a ton of snow as we all know. The trail is still very soft. Some more grooming work is planned again tomorrow. No bare spots and no leaves yet. Plenty of coverage. I just skied the south loop because it was tough for this heavier skier. I believe I heard that Dog Island wasn’t even touched yet just because all the snow just takes time to hit up all the trails. It is just a Christmas postcard in the woods.
(Brady Zwiefelhofer)