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Snowmobile trail conditions

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Although this is not a fishing question, does anyone know the current snowmobile trail conditions around ely/vermillion/eveleth? Or maybe know a good website that may post the conditions every so often? Thanks in advance.

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The DNR website has good info. and is pretty accurate. The trails around Two Harbors, Silver Bay, etc. are in fair/good condition with some dirt showing through on the road crossings.

MN Trail Conditions

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You can try checking this site

mnsnowmobileconditions

Add the www and .com where they go. Riders share info about the trails.

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