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Today I rode from St Germain to Sugar Camp, then to Eagle River and then back to St Germain.
All in all, the trails arent too bad. You have to watch out for the rocks, ruts, holes and sticks but as long as you arent out there trying to play speed racer you will be fine.
As you can imagine, the trails in town and in the woods are not the best, but out in the open, out of town they are pretty good. Conditons can range from icy hardpack to 4" of powder.
 

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Any word on how the ice held up on the lakes? I know that they are not safe to ride on yet, but I heard that the heavy/wet snow could ruin the 5"-6" of ice that they had up there. Trying to decide on a trip up this weekend.
 

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The ice held up but it is slushy thanks to the 2" of rain received prior to the snow.
 

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Riding on the lakes is not advised that this point in time. Untill they get some serious cold, I wouldnt avoid the lakes and swamps.
 
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