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I have a trip planned up in DL this weekend. What are the conditions like on the trails around the area? Any info would be appreciated. I have heard they are good but would like a confirmation.

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I haven't been sledding since new years but the snow conditions are great. Plenty of snow to ride on. The farther north you come the more snow you will find. We really haven't lost any of the snow in the woods (from thawing).

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The snow is great for sledding, but the ice has a ton of slush is spots. Be careful.

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Ive been out every weekend for about 4-5wks. Trails from DL up north are great even with the warmer weather, lakes are hit and miss just stay away from the open water.

Trails south (Vergas)of DL get use a lot and are extremely bumpy by Sat afternoons. A groomer went through the ice on one of the swamp crossings about 1 week ago, its marked now but my neighbors friend went in it after is was pulled out.

Wolf lake areas and smokey hills are very nice as well as around park rapids.

Ive ridden around 900 miles so far this year. first time in a long time.

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Thanks for the info! It sounds like I should be in for some good riding this weekend. I am wondering though, did you guys get any snow around the DL area yesterday or last night? Down in the south metro we got about "3 and I am hoping you guys got that up there. Any reports would be nice.

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I don't know if you guys heard, but on Sunday night a 28-year old guy from Barnesville got his ski caught in the train tracks south of Hawley on 31. He was thrown and hurt pretty bad. He was lifeflighted to MeritCare and had many breaks including a broken hip.

It could have been worse, his helmet and face shield was broken. Lucky he had a helmet.

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