Trail Snow Report
Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail
With warmer temperatures and rain the trail conditions are diminishing rapidly, making it unrideable. There are icy spots and long stretches of bare pavement . Also be advised that the trail between Elysian and Waterville is very narrow and icy due to tornado damage last fall.There is no ski trail.
|Trail conditions: closed|
|Trail groomed? no|
|Trail base: 0-6in"|
|Trail mileage: 39.0|
The Sakatah Singing Hills State Trail is a 39 mile multiple use trail which has been developed on an abandoned railroad grade. It travels through open farmland, restored prairie, wetlands, woods and lakes. The most common wildlife seen are deer, rabbits, pheasants and song birds.
Last updated on March 20, 2019. Local snow depth is 0-12in".
Elysian, MN 56028
Traveling through Faribault on I-35, take exit 59, which is State Highway 21. Look for signage locating trailhead and parking area.
Parking is available in most communities along the trail.
Phone: (507) 267-4772
Email: [email protected]
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