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  • The Days After the American Birkebeiner

    Last Updated: 3/7/2013

    The American Birkebeiner (aka the “Birkie”) is the largest cross-country ski race in all of North America. In this guest blog post, we hear about the town and trails the days after the race.

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  • Eagle River: A Classic Northwoods Getaway

    Last Updated: 12/20/2012

    For the classic northwoods getaway, it doesn’t get much better than Eagle River. When the temps drop and the snow falls, this popular area of northeast Wisconsin becomes a hot spot for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. If you’re looking for a trip filled with winter fun and fantastic food, then the itinerary below should be right up your alley.

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  • Wisconsin Snow Report Update: 2/17/12

    Last Updated: 2/17/2012

    Despite Wisconsin's mild winter, there's still plenty of it snow to hit the slopes for some outdoor winter fun! Here’s an update on the snow cover across Wisconsin for snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding, courtesy of our Snow Conditions Report.

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  • Hidden Gem Winter Trails

    Last Updated: 1/30/2012

    If you’re not skilled with skis, snowboards or skates, it might seem hard to get active outdoors this season. Try snapping on some snowshoes or going cross-country skiing instead. Here are some trails you might not know about where you can give winter athleticism a try.

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  • Hit the Slopes: Enjoy Winter with Wisconsin Skiing and Snowboarding

    Last Updated: 1/25/2012

    Tony Ziehmke, ski industry professional, shares the best way embrace winter: by taking up skiing or snowboarding at one of the many accessible ski areas in Wisconsin.

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  • Preview: Wisconsin Hosts the 39th Annual American Birkebeiner

    Last Updated: 1/15/2012

    If you haven’t heard of the American Birkebeiner, also known as the “Birkie,” you’re missing out on North America’s largest cross-country ski marathon.

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  • Learn to Ski Month – Learn the Basics

    Last Updated: 1/8/2012

    January is Learn to Ski and Snowboard Month. If you’ve never tried to ski or snowboard, take this month to get out of your comfort zone and onto Wisconsin’s snowy slopes.

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  • Weird and Wacky Wisconsin Museums

    Last Updated: 11/28/2011

    A visit to one of the many museums in Wisconsin is a great cold day activity. And while you can’t go wrong with stops like the Milwaukee Public Museum, or the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay, there’s no shortage of places where you can learn a little and have a lot of fun.

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