Robin Baker Blueberry Hills
Trail length: 12 km
Trail Map: Blueberry
Dogs are not allowed on winter trails
Snowshoes are not allowed
Heated chalet
Restroom available. There is a pit latrine that is never locked.
Link to this trail on SkinnySki.
Level: Beginner/Expert
Grooming style: Skate and classic
Directions: 2 miles north of Deer River on Hwy 6, 3 miles east on Co. 142 (Chase Lake Rd).
Description: Prelude loops for intermediate with gentle hills. Lake and Tower End sport plunging downhills among high pines and deep cedar valleys. Very scenic.

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Sunday March 13, 2022
Recently groomed trails, with the addition of about an inch or less of new snow overnight, made for excellent skating conditions.
(John Beltman)
Thursday March 10, 2022
Worked on Lake Loop and Tower loop. Three trips around with knives down on the groomer. The third time track setter also down. Should be good for skiing. Get out and enjoy, as the weather will be getting warm and will start melting the trails.
(Dale Juntunen)
Wednesday March 9, 2022
I was able to groom the Prelude Loops up to "D" cut across and back down Red Pine out run to Prelude; set track on Inner and outer Prelude Loops and made at least 2 passes on outer Prelude skate lane, should be nice skiing as long as the weather stays cold; about 3.5 K if you ski everything.
(Tom Sobolik)

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