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    Awesome. Will the jct. signs have the SS #'s along with the LMT numbers ? This would simplify the Forest Co map. with all the crisscrossing of LMT and 100 miler trails, especially in the south end near Oconto Co. Does the 16/17 printed map show the new trail numbers as well?
    I am surprised this wasn't a thread topic yet. Big news, to me anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snoway View Post
    Awesome. . Does the 16/17 printed map show the new trail numbers as well?
    No the new maps do not show Snow Safari Trail Numbers. Maps were finalized before we were informed by the new DNR on line reporting system (SNARS) that all equipment and trails had to have a designation.

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    GPS mileage verification as well?

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    Well here's a curiosity... who maintains the NST segment between Wabeno and Laona? Does that qualify as "NST3"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keemez View Post
    Well here's a curiosity... who maintains the NST segment between Wabeno and Laona? Does that qualify as "NST3"?
    The LMT, and Yes, it's the NST3.

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