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  • Wisconsin Snow Perfect for Skiers, Boarders & Bilers

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    From mid-December through March, Wisconsin’s snowfall beckons outdoor sports enthusiasts to hit the trails, hop on the lift and rev up the engines. No wonder the state is a haven for downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding and snowmobiling.

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  • Winter Sports in the Superior-Douglas County Area

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    With pristine landscapes and more than 325 miles of beautiful groomed trails, the Superior/Douglas County area offers activities from snowmobiling to skijoring, cross country skiing and ice fishing making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.

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  • Hudson's Hot Air Affair

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Hudson's Hot Air Affair is the Midwest's premier winter ballooning event and winter festival. Thousands of visitors head to the St. Croix Valley in west central Wisconsin on the first full weekend in February for a spectacular winter showcase of brilliant color and family fun.

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  • Talking Snowmobiling with Dick Decker

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    A member of the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame, Dick Decker is one of the best known tour guides (along with his wife, Audrey) and racers in North America. A snowmobiler since the mid-1960s, Decker is a founding father of the World Championship Snowmobile Derby in Eagle River and the owner of Decker Sno-Venture Tours.

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  • State Park Hidden Gems

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Wisconsin's state park system is so well-known, so well-publicized, and so widely admired that it may seem impossible that a few individual parks actually don't get the credit they deserve.

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  • Best Rounds Under $50

    Last Updated: 12/13/2006

    Anyone who saw the 2004 PGA Championship at Whistling Straits would have to agree: Golf in Wisconsin has come a long way. Since 1980, dozens of championship public golf courses have been built in Wisconsin, including one of the nation’s best.

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  • Wisconsin's Harbor Towns

    Last Updated: 12/12/2006

    Dotted along 1,100 miles of scenic coastline, Wisconsin's harbor towns have been welcoming visitors to their shores for more than 150 years. From sophisticated cities to quaint fishing villages, there’s a lot of variety in Wisconsin’s coast towns and a lot to discover.

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  • Wing Your Way Through Wild Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 12/12/2006

    Wisconsin's mighty rivers and many protected wildlife refuges make great natural habitat for eagles, whooping cranes...and the people who love to watch them.

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  • Milwaukee Winter Biking Brewery Tour

    Last Updated: 12/12/2006

    Milwaukee is still the brew city, and there's so much more than Miller. If you're here to visit the kids at college, to watch the Bucks, Brewers, Admirals, or Wave, for a trip to the Calatrava, or a concert at the Pabst, it is essential that you get here early or stay a little late to imbibe the convivial atmosphere of the city's riverfront breweries and brewpubs.

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  • Escape to the X-C Trails

    Last Updated: 12/12/2006

    More than 700 miles of groomed cross-country skiing trails make Wisconsin a national leader in Nordic skiing. With a bounty of picturesque snow-covered forests and peaceful countryside to explore, the state offers visitors a chance to stride or skate on e

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