6 – Red River North Trail

(Pembina and Walsh Counties)

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RedRiverNorth_11x17Snow Conditions:
Updated:  January 23, 2020
Amount of Snow:  24 inches
Recent Snowfall:  5 inches
Snow Depth:  4-8 inches

Current Weather for Grafton

Trail Condition:    The trail system is open with good conditions in ditches and marginal in open areas. Trails will be groomed by the weekend.

Trails:
Trail CR 4: Open – groomed 1/22/2020. Good condition.
Trail 9: Open –  Plan to groom by the weekend.
Trail CR 11: Open – Groomed 1/22/2020. Good condition.
Trail 12:
Trail 15: Open – Groomed 1/22/2020. Good condition.
Trail 17: Open- Plan to groom by the weekend.
Trail 18: Open – Groomed 1/22/2020. Good condition.
Trail 29:  Open – Groomed 1/22/2020. Good condition.
Trail 66: Open – groomed 1/22/2020. Good condition.
Trail 81 North: Open – Groomed this week. Good condition.
Trail 81 South: Open – Groomed this week. Good condition.
Cavalier Trail:  Open  – Groomed this week. Good condition.
Minnesota Trail: Open – Groomed this week.

Trail Conditions Phone Hotline:

701-328-5377
Select Option 1 for the Latest Snowmobile Trail Conditions
Communities: (Click Here for Accommodations)
Grafton, Park River, Minto, Drayton, Hoople, Oakwood, Crystal, and Warsaw

Total Trail Miles:
144.7 Miles

Connecting Trails:
Northeast Trail and Red River South Trail

Descriptions:
The western half of the association is mainly ditch and shelter belt riding and the eastern half follows the Red River and the woods from Park River to Hoople. This trail association provides many places to stay for travelers on a snowmobile trip.  The Red River North Trail system has a lot to offer snowmobilers who are looking for fun and relaxing snowmobile trips with the variety of riding and many miles of trail.

Contacts:
Nick Osowski
701-360-6425

Clubs:
Minto Area Joy Riders
PO Box 111
Minto, ND 58261

Valley Snow Drifters
125 Manvel Circle
Grafton, ND 58237