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Reports: 3   Report Age Region Reporting
Michigan Upper Peninsula
  Marquette area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 21 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Fading, but still firm where trail is covered.
    Not a problem stringing together a couple hours of fast gliding with only brief & several bare spot step-overs. Thanks, Valley Spur, see you next year.
    Photos:  
    (Matt Zak)
  Houghton area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 26 - Keweenaw County backcountry (Lac La Belle): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 32F at 8AM, 42F at 2PM. One inch of fresh powder over 0-20" corn snow base.
    After a couple days of rain, it turned to snow last evening, so I skied a loop around Mt. Bohemia and Mt. Houghton to see if it could still be done. I pulled it off with a just a little bit of hiking involved to get down Mt. Houghton, but otherwise amazingly good rock skiing. Melting fast this afternoon in bright sunshine.
    Photos:  
    (Ken Wikgren)
  • Apr 21 - Keweenaw County backcountry (Lac La Belle): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 40F at 8AM, 50F at noon. Well consolidated corn snow and patches of grey icy areas on the snowmachine trail. Many washouts and bare ground on the south faces of the big hills.
    Today I skied from Mandan to Mt. Houghton, up and down and back. Pretty decent backcountry rock skiing the last three days on the North side of Mt. Bohemia, Mt. Houghton, and Gratiot Ridge. Probably still be good the next couple of days between the washed out areas, and then it will be over.
    Photos:  
    (Ken Wikgren)

 


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