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Drummond Ski Trails
Drummond, WI
9K
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Located less than a mile south of Drummond. One of thje most popular trails, Boulevard, is double tracked so you can ski side by side.
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Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Afternoon
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
New snow, new tracks. The Drummond Ski Trails are in great shape for the Birkie weekend. Dale incorporated the 5” of new fluff we received into the existing base and set new tracks. Enjoy our trails.
(Jim Crandall)
Sunday, February 16, 2020
Afternoon
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
New tracks were set today on all trails. Earlier, the tracks were still well formed, but icy and fast. After aggressively scarifying the old tracks, mixing the three or four inches of fresh snow in with the old, good, full depth tracks were set. The sunshine (!) have made the trails and woods particularly beautiful today. All set for Birkie week.
(Jim Crandall)
Thursday, February 6, 2020
Afternoon
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
All of the Drummond Ski Trails have newly set tracks. We renovated the icy trails that the recent meltdown caused and were able to set new tracks that are well formed and full depth. Because we had to do considerable scarifying, they may be soft in a few places. Skiing conditions are great right now with new tracks, sunshine and warm temps.
(Jim Crandall)
Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Morning
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
Trails groomed 2 days ago. This morning was 20 degrees w/ 1/2 inch of new low moisture fluff. Skied track was magnificent. Plenty fast. Waiting to see the sun?
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(Todd Schwendeman)
Sunday, January 26, 2020
Morning
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
All of the trails have new tracks. The 5” of new, wet snow were combed out and new tracks set today. Tracks look great and the woods is gorgeous with the snow hanging on the branches. If the slightly below freezing temperatures hold, skiing should be excellent.
(Jim Crandall)
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Afternoon
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
All of the trails received new tracks today. There was about 8” of fluffy, new snow that got compacted and then tracked nicely, burying all of the fallen oak leaves and twigs. It should set up well overnight for good skiing. It was a treat to see that someone had deep-snow skied all of the inner loops before I had a chance to groom then. Just like the old days.
(Jim Crandall)
Monday, January 13, 2020
Afternoon
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
New tracks were set on the Drummond Ski Trails today. The latest few inches of fluffy snow were incorporated with the old surface and then tracked. There are still numerous oak leaves that need additional snow in order to be buried, but the tracks look good and the surface is smoother.
(Jim Crandall)
Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Evening
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
Fun skiing on my first visit to these trails. Skied Boulevard, NCT, and Jackrabbit trails. Excellent grooming and coverage.
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(Sue Schroeder)
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Afternoon
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
All of the Drummond Ski Trails have new tracks set. Thanks to Jesse, the 5” of fluffy, new, dry snow was incorporated into the existing damp base with some very nice tracks. As of noon today the parking lot had not been plowed.
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(Jim Crandall)
Friday, December 20, 2019
Morning
Grooming 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
New tracks have been set on Antler, the Boulevard as far as Jackrabbit, and all of Jackrabbit. The Racetrack, Playground, Antler Chute and the rest of the Boulevard have been rolled, but no tracks set. As soon as the deep base has set up, we'll set tracks on the rest. There is a lot of snow out there! Today's winds have brought down plenty of debris on the trails, especially oak leaves. In many places, the recent heavy snows have laid the brush along the trail down into the trail, making ducking and dodging a must until they stand up again. Thanks to crews from the Washburn Forest Service, all of the downed trees have been cut and removed.
(Jim Crandall)

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