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  • Snowshoeing: Discover Wisconsin’s Cultural Footprints

    Last Updated: 11/14/2013

    Whether you’re a beginner looking to try snowshoeing or an expert explorer, Wisconsin snowshoeing offers a rare chance to literally walk in history’s footprints.

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  • Ski-side Cabins

    Last Updated: 11/8/2013

    Spend less time traveling to your destination and more time out on the slopes or trails. Here is our selection of ski side cabins where all the action you crave is just steps outside of your door.

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  • Events Offering Sleigh Rides Around Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 11/1/2013

    Dashing through the snow… A ride in a sleigh pulled by horses is a wintertime tradition capturing the majestic nature of the season. Bring some mittens and a blanket to one of these events where you can make your own family memories by taking a sleigh ride.

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  • Silent Winter Sports - Travel Green

    Last Updated: 1/31/2012

    Silent winter sports such as snowshoeing and cross country skiing are a great way to enjoy the wonderful Wisconsin outdoors in a more relaxing setting. Here are three destinations to participate in a silent winter sport as well as a unique place to stay and eat!

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  • Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month

    Last Updated: 12/30/2011

    January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month (LSSM) and with 30 ski areas around the state, there is an opportunity to discover the art and exhilaration of skiing and snowboarding. Tear up the slopes!

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  • Outdoor Family Travel

    Last Updated: 11/29/2011

    Northeast Wisconsin invites families to play in a winter wonderland! From snowmobiling to ice fishing, Rhinelander, Eagle River and Marinette are fantastic family winter vacation destinations.

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  • Skiing and Snowboarding Rock in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 11/16/2010

    Snowboarders and skiers from throughout the country are dreaming of cold temperatures, big snowstorms, doing tricks off terrain features and carving turns down freshly groomed slopes. And those snow lovers are in luck.

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  • Rev Things Up On Wisconsin Snowmobile Trails

    Last Updated: 11/16/2010

    We called on some local experts to give us some great spots for the ideal northern Wisconsin snowmobiling experience. They even tossed in some delicious spots to eat and comfortable places to sleep.

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  • The American Birkebeiner: 54km of Snow and Sweat

    Last Updated: 1/28/2010

    To stand on Hayward’s Main Street at the finish line of the American Birkebeiner on a frosty February morning is to take part, if only as a contributing witness, in one of Wisconsin’s singular sporting events.

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  • 5 Great Snowboarding Parks

    Last Updated: 1/13/2010

    When Tyrol Basin near Mount Horeb reopened its ski hill in 1989, some of its early customers favored the then-new sport of snowboarding over traditional downhill skiing. So they asked manager Don McKay about installing a half-pipe. "What the heck is a hal

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