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Sunday 2/17/2019

All trails Groomed

Curry's picture of the trail after grooming Sunday.

Monday, 1/13/2019

On Monday we groomed the entire East End of the Banandad Trail System (Tall Pines,  Lace Lake, Tim Knopp and the 1st mile of the Banadad.

 

We are currently grooming the rest of the system.  

Conditions are good. 

Thursday, 1/31/2019

Skiing Good and Cold -  Banadad Trail System - Lace Lake and Tall Pines trails tracked today; Banadad will be tracked tomorrow, Feb. 1, 2019          
Snow on the Ground:  68”

Compacted Base on the Trail: 30"

New Snow Past 24 Hours: 4”

New Snow Past 7 Days: 5”

Tracked Trail: 6 kilometers-  Lace Lake, Tall Pines and Knapp trail re-tracked today.

Banadad Ski Trail Snow Report - January 9, 2019

It's a winter wonderland here 32 miles inland from Grand Marais, MN with 7"+ of fresh snow this week with over 50" so far this season.

Skiing is excellent!
All 27 kilometers of the Banadad have been tracked with the West end completed this afternoon

Banadad East end trails - - Lace Lake, Tall Pines and Banadad to Knopp are also all tracked.

The Banadad Trail offers 41K+ of intimate classical groomed trails primarily through the Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA).

Banadad Trail Snow & Trail Conditions Report- brought to you by the Banadad Trail Association- The 41 km. Banadad Ski Trail System is accessible from two trail heads, both with free parking; the eastern trail head is located 30 miles up the Gunflint Trail off the Lima Grade; the west end trail head is on the Gunflint Trail at Fire # 10045. In addition to the Banadad the trail system consists of the Lace Lake, Tall Pines and Tim Knapp Trails. The Banadad is the BWCA longest tracked ski trail and likely the longest wilderness tracked ski trail in the USA. For more info call 218-388-4487.