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Wisconsin Snow Report Update: 2/17/12
Last Updated: 7/1/2013
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.
Northern Wisconsin is your best bet for snowmobiling action this weekend. You’ll find an excellent base in Oneida County. Quality trail systems run all over the Three Lakes area stretching up into the upper peninsula. For a complete snowmobile trail map, email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Skiers and snowboarders can rejoice, because Central Wisconsin has plenty of local hills making their own snow to ensure you winter fun regardless of what Mother Nature has planned. You’ll find fresh white powder in Clark and Marathon counties, so hit up Bruce Mound and the always fun Granite Peak.
For the complete Wisconsin snow conditions report, check out TravelWisconsin.com. It’s updated continually, so you can easily find where the best snow all winter long. Simply pick your destination then check out nearby places to grab a bite to eat after a long day of winter play.This entry was posted in Things to Do and tagged Attractions