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Uller Trail
Pence, WI
18K
Classic Only
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1 Weber Lake 1 Iron Belt 1 Pence 1 Hoyt
715-561-2922
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These trails wind through some beautiful, remote areas along the Penokee Range.
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Friday, January 3, 2020
Afternoon
Secondhand 
[ Trails Open: Partial ]
Via Iron County Forestry and Parks: The Uller Trail loops at Weber Lake have all been rolled and the yellow and orange loops are tracked. Please use caution as there are still some wet areas out there. The blue loop is open as well but not tracked due to the machinery tracks, but the new cabin shell is up! All we need now is some new snow and we can track blue as well. We will try and tackle the mainstem to Hoyt next week and shore up those water holes.
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(Jonathon Rulseh, SISU Ski Fest)
Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Morning
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: All, B skis ]
Uller was not groomed since the last snow fall (>12"), but backcountry conditions were great! We skied in on the Krankkala Spur, and there were a few wet areas that were easily avoided. Upon arriving at the main trail 4k later, we found skier tracks from perhaps the day before, so it looks like nearly the whole system is at least skier tracked. The snow is deep, and the hills are big in this part of Wisconsin. If you have not skied this trail, it is an experience you won't soon forget.
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(Jonathon Rulseh, SISU Ski Fest)
Monday, December 30, 2019
Morning
Secondhand 
[ Trails Open: All ]
As reported by the Iron County Forestry Dept: The Krankkala spur is probably not passable after this past weeks warm temps. Tracks have also not been set since the warm up. Grooming and tracks may be set tomorrow or else Thursday.
(Daniel Stattelman Scanlan)
Saturday, December 28, 2019
Afternoon
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: All, B skis ]
Skied from Weber lake/whitecap ski resort to Hoyt Rd. New signs and trail well marked the entire way. The trail had been packed down but not groomed well. Beautiful scenery. One if my favorite ski trails in the Midwest. The trail is steep and challenging in places. If fast snow and poor grooming I suggest taking off skis for steep sections. Several rustic shelters along way to stop at. Bring food and water. It was a 4 hr ski.
(Daniel Stattelman Scanlan)
Tuesday, December 17, 2019
Morning
Secondhand 
[ Trails: Closed ]
Report via Iron County Forestry and Parks Department Facebook: Tough trip through paradise. Packing 30"+ with gator. Trails closed as of now while we continue to work on it.
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(Jonathon Rulseh, SISU Ski Fest)