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mtheis

Hi guys.  I am thinking of coming up and hunting the tail end of the muzzleloading season up there, probably around the Lost Lake area and I was wondering how deep the snow is in the woods?  Any one tromping around give me an idea?  Weather map says 4" on the ground.  Could that be true?  Are the roads driveable?  Just don't want to be surprised driving all that way.

 

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Spearing Machine

Mtheis, everything is plowed out besides the typical forest roads that never see a plow. You'll find anywhere from 10-14 inches of snow around here on the ground. It's possible to still blaze down unplowed roads since it's fairly fluffy if you have good tires and good clearance but I'd surely have a good shovel along. Significantly more snow after you head north from Virginia and start up 169 towards Tower and Ely. 

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