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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 3 of 3    Month: Jan
Monday, January 25, 2021
Evening
Firsthand: Freestyle 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
Skied late this afternoon. I only stuck to the North and South loop. It would appear some of the breakout trails were all rolled once but where I skied a 2nd pass was being made. The groomers were out while I was skiing. The snowfall really smoothed out the trail. Soft but that’s to be expected. Very happy that it’s much flatter than earlier in the season. I bet later this week should make for nice skiing. I skated but I noticed tracks were set.
(Brady Zwiefelhofer)
Saturday, January 9, 2021
Afternoon
Firsthand: Freestyle 
[ Trails Open: All, B skis ]
Talked to some other skiers before setting out, and did a nice easy ski based on their report. As other skiers mentioned, it was lumpy and bumpy ride; a bit more snow would help smooth it out. But the snow was fast, and coverage/grooming was well done for the amount of snow we've got. If you want to work on some balancing and reaction skills, this is the place to go. I used good skis, but I'd recommend B skis out here, as there are thin spots and hidden rocks beneath the shallow surface of snow. You might be able to get away with good skis if you're pretty experienced and taking it easy, and also sticking to the south and north loops (there might be other loops, but the ones I did were a bit tricky for me). Overall, I'd say semi decent snow to get out on without traveling too far from the Eau Claire area.
(Tiffany Miller)
Friday, January 1, 2021
Afternoon
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Rock skis ]
Happy New Year! Ski Trail: We did a little more rolling of the South and North Loops today. All trails have been rolled with some additional passes today to smooth things out on the Sount and North Loops. I was very surprised how it actually turned out. There is a bare patch of gravel about 10’ long where the beaver caused the water to flow over the trail that will require you to walk around at Fishpole Lake. It is towards the end of the North Loop before you make the final climb up to the road crossing. I highly recommend rock skis but there is good coverage on the trails, it’s just thin and soft. Fatbike Trail: We ended up running one two sleds and a roller around all the Fatbike trails today. It’s going to be soft until we get some traffic on it or a little warmer temps that give the snow a little moisture. Typically we would be able to groom it some more to firm it up but there is not enough snow to do much with. It looks good though and once some traffic rides it in it will be a blast.
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(Kevin Roytek)