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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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  • Ways to Warm Up in Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 1/27/2012

    It’s hard not to hibernate in chilly weather, but Wisconsin has plenty of places where you can get out and stay warm. These Wisconsin hot spots will keep you toasty and entertained in the winter days to come.

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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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  • Tapas Restaurants in Wisconsin – Sample All

    Last Updated: 1/23/2012

    Tapas Restaurants focus on small portions and international food, meaning you can sample a number of dishes without breaking the bank. Here are a few spots to get you started.

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  • Bald Eagle Watching Days

    Last Updated: 1/18/2012

    We’re lucky enough to be able to see the majestic bald eagle right in our backyard, so take the opportunity and attend these events before the season is over.

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  • Take A Winter Break (And Send One Too!)

    Last Updated: 1/17/2012

    We’re giving you the power to declare a Winter Break for a friend. The best part is, it can be spent however, whenever they want!

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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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  • David Zucker Adds Fun to Wisconsin Winters

    Last Updated: 1/11/2012

    Today is the launch of our winter campaign spot directed by Wisconsin’s own David Zucker, the director/writer/producer of Airplane!, the Naked Gun series, Ruthless People and the last two “Scary Movie” films.

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  • Hollywood or Not, Wisconsin Will Always Be Home

    Last Updated: 1/10/2012

    From traveling across the Illinois border to buy oleomargarine to going to college in Madison to living in Milwaukee, David Zucker has always found his heart in Wisconsin.

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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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