DNR seeks snowmobile trail sponsor for important central UP trails

Local
snowmobile check 2_1519833362383.JPG.jpg

Like Local 3 News on Facebook:

UPPER PENINSULA — To avoid the loss of vital trail connections, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources is looking for a local club or other non-profit organization willing to assume snowmobile trail grooming responsibilities, over roughly 60 miles of trail in Marquette County.

The areas in need of grooming sponsorship include 23 miles along Trail No. 8 between the “Crossroads” area in Sands Township and Little Lake; 7 miles southwest of Gwinn on Trail No. 32, and 32 miles of Trail No. 33 between Gwinn and Arnold.

“Without a grooming sponsor for these areas, we would lose connection between the Little Lake-Gwinn and Marquette-Negaunee areas,” said Rob Katona, central U.P. trails specialist for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

Trail No. 8, the primary east-west trail across the northern Upper Peninsula.

“There would also be no trail connecting Arnold to Gwinn and Gwinn to Republic over Trails 32 and 33,” Katona said. “Gwinn would be completely cut off from the snowmobile trail system.”

Contact Rob Katona for more information at (906)228-6561 or at katonar@michigan.gov

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Follow Us

Trending Stories