Sponsors

The Pincushion Mountain Trail System enjoys generous support from numerous trail sponsors (listed below).  Please patronize these businesses to let them know you appreciate their support.   Numerous individuals are listed as well; next time you see them just say Thanks!  
 
Please Support our Generous Sponsors!   
 

North Superior Ski and Run Club 2020 Sponsors


Gold
Chris O’Brien/Jane Alexander

Silver (Business) 
Hedstrom Lumber
Joynes Dept. Store
Cascade Lodge
Devil's Track Nordic Ski Shop
Birchbark Books and Gifts
North Shore Federal Credit Union
Grand Marais State Bank
Caribou Highlands Lodge
Smith Law, PLLC
Sawtooth Outfitters
Stone Harbor Wilderness Supply

Silver (Individual)
Bob Nesheim and Marlys Johnson           
Chris Hegg
Craig and Mona Hunter
Paul and Jess Anderson 
Tyson Smith
Jim & Jane Shinners
Patti & John Craddock
Greg Fangel

Bronze (Business)
Croftville Road Cottages
Cobblestone Cabins
Coldwell Banker North Shore
Blue Water Café
Cook County Whole Foods Co-op
Johnson's Foods
Buck's Hardware Hank
PH Timber Framing LLC
Grand Marais Liquor Store
Best Western Plus Superior Inn
Red Pine Realty
Sawbill Canoe Outfitters
Sivertson Gallery
Nathan Works Const and Maint Services
Voyageur Brewing Company
Beth's Fudge
North House Folk School
Grand Marais Family Dentistry
Hungry Jack Canoe Outfitters
Angry Trout Cafe

Bronze (Individual)
Charles & Mary  Curry  
Jonathon, Nancy, Pavo, & Tulie Rova 
Alan & Mary Jo  Kettelkamp        
Mike Sampson and Cathy Nevers             
Rebecca & Jim Wiinanen
Julie & Rod Carlson         
Kris and Jill Barber
John and Julie Butcher
Tim Nelson
Greg & Jeanne Wright
Mike Carlson
Kurt and Maggie Farchmin
Kyle and Theresa Oberg
Tim Lederle and Maureen Hayes

Trail Conditions

Grooming Report: Sat, March 6
New snow in the last 36 hours: 0
Trail base depth: 2 - 6"
Snow on the ground: 8 - 16"

All trails were groomed on Friday night for skating and classic style skiing.

Conditions are excellent.

 
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Photo courtesy of Laurie Johnson-Cook County News Herald
Grooming Report: Sat, March 6
New snow in the last 36 hours: 0
Trail base depth: 2 - 6"
Snow on the ground: 8 - 16"

All trails were groomed on Friday night for skating and classic style skiing.

Conditions are excellent.