We hope you’re enjoying the 2023 Winter Season in Cook County!
Winter snow conditions for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, fat-tire biking and alpine skiing and snowboarding in Cook County, MN. Our information center team updates the winter trail conditions report weekly throughout the winter season.
Want to know more about the current snow depth? Visit the MN DNR Snow Depth Map.
SNOWMOBILE TRAIL CONDITIONS
CROSS-COUNTRY SKI TRAIL CONDITIONS
Grand Marais has 52.9KM of groomed cross-country ski trails within minutes of downtown Grand Marais the Pincushion Mountain Ski Trail System, Bally Creek, and George Washington Pines.
Welcome to winter on the Gunflint Trail. Cross country skiing is one of the #1 activities on the Gunflint Trail in winter. Trail reports are updated weekly once the season begins, typically mid-November – April.
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Lutsen and Tofte feature 153.2KMs of groomed cross-country ski trails on several different trail systems. Sugarbush Ski Trail Association, Norpine Ski Trail Association, Cascade River State Park, and Lutsen Mountains.
FAT TIRE BIKE TRAIL CONDITIONS
ALPINE SKI & SNOWBOARD TRAIL CONDITIONS
The rugged Sawtooth Mountains rise 1,000 feet above the coast of Lake Superior — terrain unlike anywhere else in the Midwest. With the most vertical, the most snow, and the most breathtaking beauty of the North Shore, the perfect big-mountain skiing or snowboarding getaway…