14 – Missouri Valley Trail

(Emmons and Burleigh Counties)

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MissouriValley_11x17Snow Conditions:
Updated:  January 23, 2020
Amount of Snow:  10-12 inches
Recent Snowfall:  2 inches
Snow Depth:  3-6 inches
Current Weather for Bismarck

Trail Condition:    Watch for open water in slough and lake areas. Snow is better in the southern section of the system. Groomer will possibly go out next week.

Trails:
Wilton Trail:  Open, groomed 12/17/2019 – poor to fair condition. Will not be groomed this week. Trail is icy in areas.
Sterling Trail: Open, groomed 1/9/2020 – fair condition
Lincoln Trail: Closed — more snow is needed due to dirt work in ditch.
Moffit Trail:  Open, groomed 1/9/2020 – fair condition
River Trail:  Not groomed
Hague Trail:  Open – groomed 1/8/2020

Trail Conditions Phone Hotline:
701-328-5377
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Communities: (Click Here for Accommodations)
Bismarck, Baldwin, Wilton, Wing, Menoken, McKenzie, Sterling, Moffit, Hazelton, Linton, Strasburg, Hague

Total Trail Miles:
135.8 Miles

Connecting Trails:
None

Descriptions:
The trailhead is located 1.5 miles South of I-94’s Exit 61 on Bismarck Expressway.  This trail runs east 22 miles along Highway 10 to Sterling, where food and gas are available.  The trail then turns south to Moffit which is located 10 miles south of Sterling along Highway 83.  South of Moffit are the towns of Hazelton (15 miles) and Linton (20 miles) which have gas, food, and lodging available.  The trailhead is 60 miles north of Beaver Bay.  Riding west from Moffit will take you back to the trailhead.  The trail also travels north of Bismarck and I-94 along Hwy 83 to Wilton and east to Wing.  South of Wing the trail connects to Sterling.

Contacts:
Don Schmidt – Bismarck Loop
701-214-9773

Brian Hulm – Linton Loop
701-851-0603

Clubs:

Beaver Valley Sno-Goer’s
PO Box 394
Linton, ND 58552

Rough Rider Snowmobile Association, Inc.
PO Box 4162
Bismarck, ND 58502
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