Snow Depth and Groomed Trail Conditions
Arrowhead/David Dill State Trail
We are finished grooming for the season. The warm weather this week, along with the rain, has depleted our trail base to the point where grooming is no longer possible or beneficial. Use extra caution as pockets of open water may start developing in the swamps.The trail was groomed earlier this week and is in poor to fair condition. Use caution north and south of Hwy 115 due to the trail being affected from recent logging activity. Also, be aware of developing ice flows, slush pockets throughout the trail, and watch out for exposed rocks and ground throughout the trail as Spring conditions continue, especially watch out on hills and in areas exposed to the sun.Please slow down and give trucks and logging equipment space. No Motorized Vehicles other than snowmobiles are allowed on State Trails or Grant-in-Aid snowmobile trails.
|Trail conditions: poor|
|Trail groomed? yes|
|Trail base: 0-6"|
|Trail mileage: 128|
The Arrowhead State trail is the backbone to an extensive Grant-in-Aid trail system that travels through remote areas and provides access to snowmobiling in Voyageurs National Park.
- There are trail shelters along the trail located at popular stopping points which include scenic vistas.
Last updated on March 18, 2022. Local snow depth is 4-24".
650 Hwy 169
Tower, MN 55790
Go ten miles west of Tower on Highway 169. Trailhead is at the intersection of the Taconite Trail.
Parking is available on Highway 1, two miles north of Highway 169.
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