Mount Ski Gull:

We offer skiing, snowboarding and tubing in one convenient location. Helping our community to become a better place to live has been our guiding principle for 50 years. Mount Ski Gull’s mission is to provide challenging activities in a fun and healthy environment which empowers youth to develop confidence, competency, and compassion.

Open Ski & Snowboarding

1/7/22        3-9 pm

1/8/22        9 am-9 pm

1/9/22        10 am-8 pm

1/10/22     3-8 pm

All tubing tickets must be purchased ONLINE PRIOR TO ARRIVAL!

1/7/22       5-8 pm

1/8/22       10 am-7 pm

1/9/22        11 am-6 pm




Ski Trails:

There are many ski trails in the Brainerd Lakes Area; many of which are groomed Grant-In-Aid funded trails. To “legally” ski any GIA funded trail, cross country/Nordic skiers aged 16 years and older must purchase a MN Ski Pass. A non-pass holder can be sited by any Conservation Officer if caught on these trails without a pass. The Annual and 3-Year passes can be purchased at any ELS (Electronic Licensing Station) station (if they sell fishing licenses, etc., they will sell ski passes) and the Daily can be purchased from a variety of non-ELS providers. The Northland Arboretum is one provider in our area that sells the daily pass.

The Northland Arboretum contains trails for all experience levels. These trails are groomed for classic and skate.

1/6/22: Updated report not found.

The Pine Beach Ski Trails are both classic and skate and include trails for all abilities.

1/4/22: We received 17″ of new snow on 12-27 followed by another 5″ on 12-28 bringing our season total to about 30″. We have the entire system now groomed and will be going to our regular weekly schedule (usually Thursday) unless we receive addition snowfall. Pine Beach East and West will be groomed double wide to allow for ski skating.

The French Rapids trails are groomed classic and skate, include steep hills and are for intermediate and advanced skiers.

1/6/22: Updated report not found.

The Larson Lake Trail system is a good mix of classic and skate trails.  Please note that the interior loops are classic only.

1/5/22: 3.5 inches of light, fluffy snow. All trail segments groomed, tracks set and skate lanes drug with 8′ ginzu three times. Wind-blown snow still occurring at noon.

The Wolf Lake Ski Trail is a classic only trail system.

1/5/22: 3.5 inches of new powder. Classic tracks set on all trails. Had to plow thru 8″ drifts in areas so it will be soft in those areas (Overlook Trail).

Snowmobile Trails:

Crow Wing County Snowmobile Trails Association Clubs 1/3/22: We received 17″ of new snow on 12-27 followed by another 5″ on 12-28 bringing our season total to about 30″. The clubs have been continually out on the trails but it’s difficult dealing with this much snow with very little base under it. Some clubs have had to stop temporarily for maintenance and repair issues but are going as quickly as possible. Also, the road approaches on ditch trails are causing a lot of problems. Please use extreme caution on the lakes, though frozen they are never completely safe. We have had 3 sleds go through and a couple trucks so be careful and “know before you go”. Lots of snow does not give you permission to go onto private property – NO TRESPASSING!

The Brainerd Snodeos maintain and groom 107 miles of trail from Brainerd to Riverton, to Crow Wing State Park, to Harding and towards Garrison.

1/1/22: We have groomed Harding, Oak Lawn Tavern South, City, State Park trails in the last 2 days. Might try to groom North trail today. Plan is to start a regular rotation of all trails next week.

Gull Lake Drifters

1/5/22: Groomed Sno Way 1 today and Breezy Point trail getting groomed tonight. Wind is blowing so drifts forming. Pillsbury gets groomed tomorrow.

Merrifield Marathons

1/4/22: Things are looking great!

Baxter Snowmobile Club groom weekly on Monday Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

1/6/22: Updated report not found.