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Hurley and Ironwood are good places to party but there are a lot better trails if you drive into Michigan further.
 

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Chris showing the effects of staying up till 5am drinking a bottle of captain morgan


Our group at Lake of the Clouds.




 

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can we post yet?

how about now?
 

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Thanks for the pics Mary. When were you up there? Later, Skylar.
 

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This is what the trails look like as of yesterday in my home town(Northern WI). 15 inches of snow. I have never trailered me sled to ride ever, I dont even own a trailer. Looking to log in 400 miles this weekend to roll my speedo past 1275

 

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Yeah Hurley is cool, but its hard to get up the next morning! Then you look in your wallet and you swear you were robbed!

I've never had good trails around there, because they get hit so hard. We usually go further into MI, and its well worth it!
 

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Sweet pics, looks like you had a good time
 

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Michigan will never be the same.

 

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We rode to L.o.c. and Lake Gogebic and ate at a place called the Root Cellar. The trails around there were pretty darn good. I loved the seasonal road trails going out of Ironwood toward Loc. We rode to Minoqua one day and some trails needed snow, some were fantastic... but everything was pretty smooth and pretty rideable. The snow in Wisconsin varied, one place would have 12" of snow and a little farther would have 3 feet ...it was weird.
 

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skibum said:
take a trip somewhere and ya get fresh snow, gotta love it. so where did you doo most of your riding? wheres the write up, trail conditions, what are those trails like compared to N. Mn., which bar had the most hotties in it, ect.
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Yep snowed a ton while we were there. We did most of our drinking back at the cabin which was pretty darn luxurious because we were like 20 minutes away from Hurley. Trails in Wisconsin were much more narrow and twisty than here in North MN, but they groom constantly there which is nice. Tons of stopsigns and weird places where you have to go down roads and stuff to catch the trail again. Mich had much wider trails...some swamps were not froze very well though. The seasonal roads were just awesome.
 

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We rode to L.o.c. and Lake Gogebic and ate at a place called the Root Cellar. The trails around there were pretty darn good. I loved the seasonal road trails going out of Ironwood toward Loc. We rode to Minoqua one day and some trails needed snow, some were fantastic... but everything was pretty smooth and pretty rideable. The snow in Wisconsin varied, one place would have 12" of snow and a little farther would have 3 feet ...it was weird.
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That road toward L.o.c is pretty darn cool. There are some long straight, smooth stretches that really let a guy open it up. That ride along Lake Superior lacked snow both times I've been.
 

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yeah only that little bit when you are right next to the lake lacked snow, but its only a small part.
 
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