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  • Skiing and Snowboarding Rock in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 10/22/2014

    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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  • The American Birkebeiner: 54km of Snow and Sweat

    Last Updated: 10/22/2014

    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: 12/10/2014

    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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  • Walking (or skiing or snowshoeing) in a Winter Wonderland

    Last Updated: 10/22/2014

    Need a new way to enjoy Wisconsin’s great outdoors in the winter? A number of Wisconsin’s state parks, forests, trails and natural areas offer candlelight skiing, hiking and snowshoeing events in January and February.

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  • Six Great Places to Snowshoe Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 12/10/2014

    Snowshoeing and Wisconsin winters go hand-in-hand. Snowshoeing is the perfect outdoor activity to explore our scenic natural landscapes under a pristine blanket of snow.

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  • 5 Top Snow Tubing Hills for the Family

    Last Updated: 12/12/2014

    It's winter fun that's fast (literally), easy and doesn't require any expensive equipment. Here are some of the best hills in the state.

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  • Hitch A Ride

    Last Updated: 12/16/2014

    Love dogs? Love skiing? Try skijoring, a blend of cross-country skiing and dog sledding believed to have been created by enterprising Scandinavians who hitched their skis first to horses as a means of faster transport.

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  • These Sleds Are Made for Fun

    Last Updated: 10/22/2014

    In other parts of the world, a foot of snow dumped overnight and 40-below wind chill are sound reasons to pull the shades, crank up the heat, and turn on the television. But to some, snow is a precious natural resource because it means one thing: snowmobiling.

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  • Bewitched by Bayfield

    Last Updated: 12/10/2014

    Far from urban cares and suburban sprawl, the tiny town of Bayfield is your winter gateway to Lake Superior and the magnificent Apostle Islands.

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  • Riding the Rails, Wisconsin-Style

    Last Updated: 12/10/2014

    This is snowboarding in Wisconsin, one of many ways to take advantage of our snowy winters. Wisconsin has plenty of resorts where you can have a snowboarding adventure—almost as many as Colorado!

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