MARQUETTE, MI-- The Upper Peninsula Sled Dog Association is dealing with some obstacles on this year’s UP 200 race course.
UPSDA President Darlene Walch says last year too much deep snow affected the trails. This year tree tops blown down by November storms are proving to be a problem.
“So, just like all the other organizations—the snowmobile clubs, the skiing trails—our trails are also a mess. Our trail crews started early, we have extra help, and they are assuring everyone we will have a trail come race time,” she says.