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Heading up Tues morning and plan to drop in St Iggy and ride to Seney. I assume the best snow will be north so is best to ride toward Newberry and then to Seney or would it be ok to stay on the south trail thru Curtis then north to Seney? Thanks
 

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tandooz said:
Heading up Tues morning and plan to drop in St Iggy and ride to Seney. I assume the best snow will be north so is best to ride toward Newberry and then to Seney or would it be ok to stay on the south trail thru Curtis then north to Seney? Thanks
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here is a link from my ride across the UP. hope this helps.
http://www.dootalk.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=86485

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Here's the route zdooman and I will be using on Wednesday morning. Trail 2 to trail 9 then south of Newberry go west on 454 toward Helmer. When it ends go CR 568 west til it ends then north on CR 473 to West on CR498. Will take that about 6 miles to trail #43 and north to seney. Its about 100 miles.
 

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Here's the route zdooman and I will be using on Wednesday morning. Trail 2 to trail 9 then south of Newberry go west on 454 toward Helmer. When it ends go CR 568 west til it ends then north on CR 473 to West on CR498. Will take that about 6 miles to trail #43 and north to seney. Its about 100 miles.
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Thanks, that was suggested on JohnDee.com also. Hopefully the roads have good snowcover.
 

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If you go to Fishweb.com and click on the map for the centeral UP then Click on the Curtis area you can see what i'm talking about. Have done it at least 5-7 times and always enough snow to make it work..
 
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