Trail Snow Report
Arrowhead/David Dill State Trail
Warm daytime temps and lack of snowfall have continued to reduce our trail base, exposing more rocks and bare ground throughout the trails. As of Tuesday, March 14, grooming on all trails has ceased until we get more snow. The entire Arrowhead is groomed and in fair condition. The trail base is thin due to warm weather and heavy trail use, and there are multiple spots on the trail with bare ground and rocks exposed. Please be aware of and slow down for logging activity throughout the trail. There is 1 1/2 miles of dozed trail just north of the Hwy 1 crossing, and 1/4 mile of that is in the Lost Lake Swamp and completely exposed. Logging and hauling is taking place on a large section between Elephant Lake and County Road 180 to the south. Please use caution, travel at appropriate speeds and stay to the right.
|Trail groomed? yes|
|Trail base: 1-3"|
|Groomed mileage: 128.0|
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. Arrowhead State Trail home page" >Arrowhead State Trail home page" >The primary snowmobile 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. Arrowhead State Trail home page
- There are trail shelters along the trail located at popular stopping points which include scenic vistas.
Last updated on March 15, 2018. Local snow depth is 10-26".
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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