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Two Rivers, WI
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Located along the shores of Lake Michigan.
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Reports 1 to 3 of 3    Month: Jan
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: Most, Good skis ]
Track set on Red loop of Rawley Point trail. Blue and green loops have water crossing trail and are not able to be groomed. Tracks are skied in. Beautiful day at the forest but unfortunately the strong winds brought down an abundance of hemlock needles.Oak and beech leaves also are in tracks. It was not a good kick and glide day. Hoping for a couple inches of snow.
(Mike Casey)
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: Most, B skis ]
Red Pine Trail appeared to have been groomed this morning for both classic and skate; at 10AM, my pole prints were only the third classic set. Because of logging operations, however, that grooming includes only the middle loop. That abbreviated loop heads north from the parking lot to the Group Outdoor Camp, west to the T intersection, south to the Hilly Section route, then east back to the parking lot. I cleared debris and snow-patched tracks where bare/thin, but more snow is what's required. The loop south of that middle loop is skiable despite heavy-equipment tracks and no grooming. Skiing atop those fat roller tracks was pretty nice.
(Izzy Zzyznius)
Monday, January 20, 2020
Firsthand: Classic Secondhand 
[ Trails Open: Most, Good skis ]
I skied the classical Ridges Trail (red, blue, and green loops) from noon to 3:00PM today. Temps in the mid 20s under full sun. Kick and glide were fine. No bare spots, but another snow forecast for Wednesday will make things better. Only sporadic, small amounts of tree debris on trail. My first ski of the season, so it could have been mashed potatoes and I'd have been thrilled. Green Loop south of the Indoor Group Camp access road has had Ice Age Trail hikers seriously damaging the ski trail. That section is skiable, but it's not much fun. Was told by another skier that Red Pine classical trail had not been groomed, but I failed to verify.
(Ivar Zzyznius)