West-Central Wisconsin

KINNICKINICK STATE PARK - Cross-country ski trails were groomed and tracked on Monday, Feb. 18, and were in excellent condition, according to Eric Klumb, ranger.

BLACK RIVER STATE FOREST - Cross-country ski trails were packed and tracked Thursday Feb. 21. They are in good to excellent condition, said Emily Alf, visitor services associate.

RED CEDAR STATE TRAIL - Cross-country ski trails were groomed Friday, Feb. 15.
The skate lanes and tracks also were groomed Feb. 15. The trails have 8 inches of fresh snow accumulation and are in excellent condition. There is a 14-inch base and more than 2 feet of snow on the ground.

HOFFMAN HILLS STATE RECREATION AREA - Cross-country ski trails were groomed and tracked Friday, Feb. 15. Conditions were excellent with all the recent snowfall.
The Squirrel Tail trails and Hawk Ridge Trail maybe soft in spots, but the rest of the trails are firm and have good tracks set.

BUCKHRON STATE PARK - Cross-country ski trails are groomed for cross-country skiing.
Central Sands trail is packed in both directions, but track cannot be set due to 6-foot snow drifts off the lake onto the trail.
Barrens trail, Glacial Lake, Timber Trail and the path from sites 26-29 through the first loop of the campground are packed for snowshoeing and tracked on one side for classic skiing.
Trails are in good condition and several people were skiing and snowshoeing over the weekend.
Snowshoes are available to check out for free at the park office, according to Heather Wolf, park manager.