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Posted on: 3/2/2013
Winter fun and Wisconsin go together like peanut butter and jelly…or Simon and Garfunkel (you get the idea). But now and then it's nice to slip away from the endless activity to a peaceful place where your mind can wander. Our Facebook fans weighed in on their favorite ways to find calm amidst the chaos of daily life.
Posted on: 1/3/2013
Outdoor fun in Wisconsin doesn’t stop when the flurries start falling. In fact, many would say that’s when the good times really get rolling. Whether you’re a snow bunny or you prefer to stay cozy indoors, these Wisconsin destinations have something for you this season.
Posted on: 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.
Posted on: 2/20/2012
Each year, thousands of people flock to Hayward, Wisconsin for North America’s largest cross-country ski marathon, the American Birkebeiner (also known as the “Birkie”)! While racer registration is closed, Birkie Week offers tons of excitement for spectators looking to catch a piece of the action.
Posted on: 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.
Posted on: 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.
Posted on: 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.
Posted on: 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.