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Skis stolen at Independence Lake Country Park

1/26/2004 8:19:00 AM

Jeff Ray reports that he had a pair of skis stolen at Independence Lake Country Park last week.

DNNR will Groom Ski Trails

1/12/2004 9:02:00 AM

The Michigan DNR has reversed their decision and will providing state-funded grooming for 22 ski trails.

TART Trails grooming Vasa Pathway

12/23/2003 3:53:00 PM

Traverse Area Recreation & Transportation Trails (TART Trails) will continue to groom the Vasa Pathway for cross-country skiers this winter despite a lack of funding from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR).

Jeff Kalember Wins November's

12/12/2003 7:45:00 PM

Jeff Kalember of Gaylord is November's Trail Report Winner of Doug Garfield's 'The New Steady Ski for Nordic Athletes' book.

DNR denies TART report

12/9/2003 3:41:00 PM

It now appears that no official descision has been reached by the MDNR regarding whether they will groom ski trails this winter.

Gaylord DNR to groom?

12/8/2003 8:17:00 PM

Looks like Gaylord office DNR is still planning on grooming this year, and the Black Mountain Classic organiziers say not to worry.

MDNR has no funds for ski trail grooming

11/29/2003 7:20:00 PM

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has no funding for trail grooming this winter. No MDNR groomed trails will be groomed this season. The Vasa trail will be groomed by volunteers.

First lower peninusla skiers on snow!

11/4/2003 10:21:00 AM

Hap Wright goes skiing on snow at Boyne Mountain on the golf course yesterday.

Rollerskiing the Pere Marquette Rail Trail, Midland to Clare
Rollerskiing the Pere Marquette Rail Trail, Midland to Clare

Rollerskiing the Pere Marquette Rail Trail, Midland to Clare

9/1/2002 - By Mike Muha

For pampered rollerskiing, nothing beats the Pere Marquette Rail-Trail between Midland and Clare in the center of the lower peninsula. The pavement is smooth & wide - and there are eight bathrooms along the length of this 30 mile linear trail.,

Enhanced drivers license or passport needed for Canada

10/3/208 - By Curt Peterson

Heading to Canada to ski this winter? If you do not have a passport, you need to obtain a Michigan Enhanced Drivers License. This costs $45 and take two weeks to receive but plan on at least three weeks.

Noquemanon Trail Network Membership Discount ends Tomorrow

10/29/206 - By Susan Brian

Saturday, November 10th is the last opportunity you will have to receive a discount on your membership to the NTN!,

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