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Northern Wisconsin

Northern Wisconsin

Arbor Vitae Area

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 8:51:10 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 20 - 30 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Cross Country Cruisers Trail Report 2-19-19 Well we had another very busy weekend, it was great seeing everyone enjoying the trails and the hotels and businesses buzzing with activity! The Cruisers trails held up quite well but by late in the day some were showing the signs of heavy traffic. It was great to see the Cruisers out every night putting their trails back into great shape for the next day. Trails 3,5,6,10,11,17,51 and the Bear Skin are back in great condition. Trail 47 and 70/10 in town are good. We are expecting more snow on Wednesday and the temperatures are going to be great for some mid-week riding. So if you are able get out and ride! Please stay to the right and pay attention to the trail signs and obey them. We had a very busy weekend without any major incidents so thank you for being safe! Ride Right Ride Safe!! Steve Wolfe

Ashland County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 9:38:06 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Ashland County Snowmobile Report February 19, 2019 Trails in Ashland County are open and grooming is in process every day. Trails are in very good condition. The trail from Marengo north to the East end of Ashland, is closed, however there is a detour route in place that is marked. The Tri-County Corridor is OPEN and has been groomed! As always please follow the snowmobile trail rules and regulations. Stay on trail, as much of the Ashland County snowmobile trail system uses private property and could be lost if the property owners experiences issues. The most common complaints are snowmobiles not staying on trails or going off into fields that are not part of the trail, and loud noise from non-stock muffler systems. Respect the trail system so that it remains open. As always operate with everyone’s safety in mind and report any hazardous trail issues that are observed to the Ashland County Sheriff’s Department (715-682-7023 opt 1) so that it can be forwarded to the appropriate service. The Tri-County Corridor is open from Superior to Ashland. There are still several areas on the eastern end that require attention but all known hazards have been identified and marked. Use caution when approaching ribbons, barricades, and cones. Important reminders: There is no snowmobiling allowed from Ashland to Bad River/Odanah as snowmobiling is not permitted on reservation land. However, snowmobiling is allowed from Bad River east to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. If you would like to receive an Ashland County Snowmobile map, let us know and we will mail one out to you! Call us at 715/682-2500 or toll-free at 1-800-284-9484.

Barron County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:04:54 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

BARRON COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAILS ARE OPENED EXCEPT FOR TRAIL 20 TURTLE LAKE TO MOON LAKE. THIS CLOSURE IS DUE TO TRAVEL OFF OF THE MARKED TRAIL.

Bayfield County

  • Updated: 2/14/2019 11:27:11 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 24 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Two separate snowstorms blanketed the entire county with 12” to 24+” of new snow over this past week. All clubs are reporting some of the best riding conditions of the year. For detailed reports by area, visit Snowtracks or www.travelbayfieldcounty.com/969/Trail-Conditions.

Boulder Junction

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 10:20:08 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 20 - 30 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Trail report for February 20, 2019– Trails are very good. The temps have been dipping below zero during the late night and early morning the last few days. The bright sun has been out during the middle of the day in the high 20s but with all the new white snow help slow down the degrading of the trails. We expect the traffic to increase toward the weekend. Today we are expecting another snowstorm and possibly could get about 4 to 6 inches. The corners and other areas remain icy. Please use caution! The groomers will be out tonight, tomorrow morning and the rest of the weekend to do what they can to lay out a nice trail. Be aware with the large amounts of snow and the increase in traffic it creates bumps quickly, especially in congested areas near town. Remember to be safe, ride right, and enjoy the ride. ~Jim (Hammy) Hamilton, Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club President Join us for these upcoming events: March 2: Snowmobile Club Cabin Fever Party

Brown County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:02:26 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 7 - 9 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

February 19, 2019 As of 8AM this morning, all Zones are open in Brown County (Zones 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6). For the most up-to-date snowmobile trail conditions, go to www.browncountyparks.org and click on, "Winter Trail Conditions".

Burnett County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 10:26:59 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Most all of the Snowmobile & Winter ATV Trails are OPEN! (See below for closure information.) Please read all information: Per the Burnett County Snow Trails Association - We have snow!!! More snow is in the forecast for this week. Snowmobile and Winter ATV Trails are open with the exception of Trail 151 from South Markville Rd to Trail 118. Proceed with much caution through Memory Lake Park in Grantsburg as there are still Christmas lights and decorations up that were on display. Damage will lead to trail closures. Also please use caution crossing swamps. Snowmobile trails are designated with ORANGE blazers; Winter ATV Trails are designated with BLUE blazers. NO OFF-TRAIL USE IS ALLOWED. Please stay on the designated trails to protect our trail agreements with private landowners. It only takes one person to have the entire trail system shut down. All snowmobiles, ATVs, and UTVs must be registered or licensed to ride on our trails. WI Snowmobile Trail Passes are also required. Only ATVs/UTVs meeting the state definition of an ATV/UTV are allowed on these trails. Please go to the WI DNR website for full information. Some township ordinances allow for ATV/UTV use of the town roads and others do NOT allow it. It is the rider’s responsibility to contact the township in which you plan to ride in and get the current rules pertaining to ATVs/UTVs and the town roads. Use caution and look for signage regarding timber sale activity. Trucks may be on trails. Caution: Trail maintenance vehicles may be on the trails at any time. It is your responsibility to know where you are and whose property you are on. Please be careful, be respectful to other trail users, and ride safely. Trail Closures: Trail 151 from S. Markville Rd to Trail 118 is closed.

Cable Area

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 3:12:00 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 8 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Cable Area Snowmobile Trail Report Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 From our Namakagon Trail Groomers: Our trail system currently has an 8 to 12" base and trail conditions are very good at this time. All NTG trails have been groomed since Sunday and groomers will be out with this new snowfall! We have gotten about 5" of snow today with more on the way over the weekend; another 3-5" is expected Saturday into Sunday. Temps will be in the upper 20s to low 30s through Sunday and will be dropping next week. This weekend is the American Birkebeiner ski race - we are expecting a high volume of automobile traffic and trail usage in general, please use caution if riding in the Cable-Hayward areas. Please remember that our groomers have the right-of-way and they can be out day or night grooming our trails to be the best they can be! Upcoming snowmobile events: March 1-2,2019 Weenie Roast Weekend - Lakewoods Resort, Namakagon Snow Outlaws World Finals - Staudemeyer's Four Seasons Resort, Namakagon We will keep you posted with all things trail related! Be sure to grab one of our new 2019 Cable Area Motor Head Maps here in the Chamber, or at one of our local businesses!

Chippewa County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:06:44 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 12 - 16 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

TRAIL STATUS UPDATE: Chippewa County snowmobile trails are OPEN with the following exception: 1) The Trail K is CLOSED at the missing Bridge on 197th St crossing Paint Creek at the Eastern end of Small Lake Wissota (Between Intersections 29 & 30). HALLIE TRAIL NOW OPEN! Thanks to a few great guys and a little help from Sport Rider Inc., the Hallie trail is back OPEN! Please stay on the marked trail! There is a section by Brads Affordable that is marked with snow fence protecting newly planted trees! To keep this trail open it is important to stay between the signs. There are several pressure cracks on Lake Wissota – Please use EXTREME CAUTION if traveling on the lake. Feb 15th-23rd the DNR will be installing fish cribs on Lake Wissota. These cribs will be on the big lake between The Edge and The View. They will be cutting holes in the ice to install them. Areas will be marked and fenced. The trails are in GOOD CONDITION. The groomers will be operating throughout the county this week packing and grooming the fresh snow we received. PLEASE USE CAUTION if you hit the trails. For up-to-date info check out: http://chippewasnowmobiletrails.com/ Pdf map: http://chippewasnowmobiletrails.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/CVSO_Map_2017.pdf If you would like a Chippewa County Snowmobile map or our 2019 Chippewa County Travel Guide please contact: jackie@chippewachamber.org or request your customized travel packet at www.gochippewafalls.com

Clam Lake Area

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 5:37:35 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 15 - 20 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Ashland County Snowmobile Report February 19, 2019 Trails in Ashland County are open and grooming is in process every day. Trails are in very good condition. The trail from Marengo north to the East end of Ashland, is closed, however there is a detour route in place that is marked. The Tri-County Corridor is OPEN and has been groomed! Clam Lake Area Trails are all in Very Good condition. Check out Snowmobile Videos on www.clamlakewi.com

Door County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 11:11:20 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Door County received about a foot of new snow on February 12 and more is expected on Feb. 20th. All sections of the Door County Snowmobile Trails are open and in good to excellent condition. Northern Section: Open. Conditions are good. Central Section: Open. Conditions are Excellent. Southeast Section: Open. Conditions are excellent. Southwest Section: Open. Conditions are excellent. Please check http://map.co.door.wi.us/parks for the latest updates and maps of the snowmobile trails.

Dunn County

  • Updated: 2/17/2019 8:09:14 AM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 12 - 18 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

ALL DUNN COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAILS ARE OPEN Dunn County Snowmobile Trails Hotline: 715-664-SNOW. (715-664-7669) Visit the Dunn County Snowmobile Association online @ www.dunncountysnow.com

Eagle River

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 3:43:32 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 24 - 30 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

SNO-EAGLES TRAILS OPEN - Trails Very Good to Excellent! February 20 2019 2:21pm – 23 – High 24 – Afternoon UPDATE Grooming continued in Sno-Eagles Country, Eagle River last night. Plenty of SNOW out there. Everything groomed except 3N aka Manske Swamp, 70W to St. Germain connect, 13/17 to Sugar Camp connect & 7 aka Paintball Field. With the great conditions it makes trail reports hard as the trails are still in Very Good to Excellent condition. Terrific year for snowmobiling! SNOW started early this morning lightly getting heavier through the day. Over 3 inches of new SNOW east of Eagle River right now. Set to SNOW until around 9pm tonight. Looks like more SNOW for next weekend too. Some pretty big totals starting Saturday night. 5-8 inches expected. Another 1-3 inches Sunday during the day. Volunteers have been out clearing up more branch & tree fall on the trails over the last couple days. Most of the road crossings have very high banks. So take it slow & please stop at the road & driveway crossings. Work will start on digging out trail signs that have gotten buried & replacing those that have been knocked over or are missing. Noticed some signs 10E, 70W & through town on “the grade” buried or knocked over. Again take it slow. EAGLE LAKE TRAIL & CATFISH LAKE TRAIL ARE MARKED & OPEN. Stay by the reflective orange barrels. There was wind Sunday evening so there could be some moguls. Be safe & slow down. Been mentioning this all season: Sno-Eagles Country has 2 areas that have one-way trails. 10E is a one-way trail from the ERRA Sports Arena all the way out to Nicolet Mini Mart. The other is the 13’s up near Buckatabon Bridge & Bauer’s Dam area. Clearly marked with DO NOT ENTER signs. Plus trail signs are backwards if you are going the wrong way. Remember mid week riding is the best! Time to ride! See ya on the trails! Holly Tomlanovich THE SNOWMOBILE CAPITAL OF THE WORLD® – Eagle River Phone Trail Updates 715.479.5185 FACEBOOK - Sno-Eagles Snowmobile Club

Eau Claire County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 9:13:23 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 12 - 18 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

EAU CLAIRE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAILS ARE OPEN. Trail 9 From Fall Creek to Augusta is closed until further notice. Visit the Associated Snowmobile Clubs of Eau Claire County online @ www.eccosnow.org Please consider joining a local club and remember to thank land owners for the privilege of using their land.

Florence County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 8:17:02 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 18 - 22 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Snowmobile Trails are OPEN and looking good! We are receiving another 3-5 inches tomorrow! Trails have been groomed from the last storm and others are going to be done as this newest snowfall event ends.Our newest storm will be happening all day today Wednesday Feb 20th.. We have received a very nice amount of snow with of course a frozen base. With the severe below temps two weeks ago, you will find the trails hard packed and in awesome condition. You won't find better trails than in Florence County. The Blue Ox Trail Riders do an awesome job of keeping the trails groomed and the response from riders proves it. Load on up and head in the direction of Florence County, you wont be sorry! Questions? 888-889-0049 or check out our website at www.exploreflorencecounty .com

Forest County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 9:16:39 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 12 - 16 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

The trails have a 12" to 16" base and are in good to excellent condition. We cannot stress enough to RIDE SAFELY and RESPONSIBLY. Trail conditions vary greatly throughout the County. Always use caution when riding on lakes and frozen water as ice conditions will vary. The clubs that maintain the Forest County trail system are made up of volunteers who work very hard to provide the best trails possible. Please respect them while on the trail. When approaching a groomer or member doing trail maintenance, please slow down and move over so they can do their job. Call the forest county snowline for current trail information: 715-478-2024

Hurley Area

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 12:00:29 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 36 - 40 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

❄️ ❄️ ❄️ ❄️Hurley Area Snow Report Tuesday February 19, ‘19❄️ ❄️ ❄️ ❄️ White Thunder Riders report trails in EXCELLENT condition. The volunteers are out day and night keeping the trails in the best condition of the season. Sunshine is filling our Tuesday with a chance for snow tomorrow. Temperatures will be in the 20’s throughout the week. Now is the time to visit Hurley, the best place to start your next winter adventure!! There are 40 days left in the 2018-19 snowmobile riding season and Hurley has THE best trails around. Whitecap Mountain Resort is open with an Ice-Bar, Wine Hut and Green Room all serving beverages. Food is available in the Green Room. Snowmobilers are welcome via Trail 6, Stop in the Hotel for information. Continue to support the White Thunder Riders and buy your 50/50 raffle tickets. Mark your calendar and be at Joany’s Sidekicks on Saturday, March 30 for a meat raffle fundraiser. Follow us on Facebook or www.hurleywi.com. For ALL Iron County Snow conditions call 715-476-SNOW Riders please RESPECT our landowners. Follow GROOMED trails, not snowmobile tracks. STAY on MARKED trails. When in doubt, turn around. Ride RIGHT. Ride SAFE. STAY together.

Kewaunee County

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 1:26:01 PM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

The snowmobile trails in Kewaunee County are currently OPEN. Please always verify trail status & conditions by calling our Recreation Information Line at (920) 388-7199 before you ride. Thank You.

Lac du Flambeau Area

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 5:55:25 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 22 - 24 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

We have plenty of snow and more to come this Wednesday and the upcoming weekend. Trail 17 through the Powell Marsh is finally covered with snow and is now in great shape. The groomer was out last night and will continue to groom daily. All Lac due Flambeau trails are in excellent shape so come on up and enjoy Northern Wisconsin. Check out the Lac du Flambeau webcam for the latest snow depths. It can be seen on the Northern Hornshoe Trails Snowmobile Club website at--- www.Hornshoe.org. Also check us out on Facebook.

Land O' Lakes Area

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:14:50 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 25 - 30 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

The trails are being groomed. We currently only have one groomer operating. Snow is in the forecast for this coming Wednesday and for the upcoming weekend. Be safe and stay warm!!!

Langlade County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:10:54 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 16 - 20 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All public snowmobile trails in Langlade County will be open effective at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 30, 2019, to snowmobilers and ATVers. The trail between 54C and 53A will remain closed due to frequent truck traffic due to logging operations. Trails in the wooded northern and eastern parts of the county should be in excellent condition with another 17 inches of new snow again this past week. That is 28+ inches of snow in two weeks! Trails in the southern part of the County, which cross plowed fields, will be in good condition with drifting in some areas. Caution and reduced speed are advised in these areas. ATV’s are not allowed on snowmobile trails when the temperature is above 28° F. UTV’s are not allowed on the Langlade County Snowmobile trail system. Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department

Manitowish Waters Area

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 11:51:44 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 20 - 30 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

February 20th : Our trails are in excellent condition! We went for a short ride on Monday. Boulder and Manitowish Waters trails were GREAT. This is a great time of year to get up here and ride! The week after a holiday weekend is usually a bit slower - so get out and Ride! BEWARE OF DEER AND OTHER WILDLIFE ON THE TRAIL With the deep snow in the woods you will see many deer trying to move around. Be a good person and give them time to get off of the trail! It is this time of year that is real hard on all the wildlife: cold temps, scarce food sources and poor mobility due to deep snow makes it real tough on them. A huge thank you to all donors, sponsors, volunteers and those who came out to the Rendezvous Saturday. It was a huge success! REMEMBER: RIDE RIGHT, USE YOUR HAND SIGNALS, BEWARE OF ONCOMING TRAFFIC AND RESPECT OUR LANDOWNERS BY STAYING ON THE MARKED TRAILS.

Marinette County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 12:52:26 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 24 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

2/19/19---Marinette County Trail Report: February 19, 2019 All County trails are open and all of the clubs are grooming regularly. All are reporting very good/excellent conditions. The snow in the forecast will make things even better! Visit www.marinettecosnowtrails.com for more club info. What a great year to visit the Marinette County trail system! Best riding we've had in years! Trial reports are listed below and for more information visit www.marinettecountycosnowtrails.com or like the Marinette County Snowmobile and ATV/UTV Face Book page. DUN-GOOD RIDERS (snowmobile, atv & utv): Trails are open, groomed and in very good/excellent condition. Use caution in a couple of spots: On the Trout Haven trail, there is a water hole 2 1/2 miles south of Dunbar. There could be some ice around it. Trail 5 S. (Pembine trail) has several icy spots. Spur Lake trail has a couple icy spots . Goodman and south to Silver Cliff is good . Highway 8 west trail is being groomed today (Tuesday) . Overall trails are in good shape. Fresh snowfall tomorrow should really help with all icy spots. IRON SNOW SHOE (snowmobile & atv/utv): Date of Report: February 18, 2019 Trail Conditions: Excellent Snow Cover: 20 + INCHES Area Report: Another fabulous weekend in the books…also, another one coming up. We are forecasted to get about five more inches of snow this week. Our groomers have been out non-stop trying to keep up with all the snow and with you as well. We are noticing a lot of deer on the trail due to the large amount of snow in the woods. Please do not chase them. Give them a moment and they will get out of your way. Lake crossings still are safe, however, may be slushy and rough. Trails are very good…Enjoy them. News and Reports: All Season Long: The Bunny Hunt – Find those bunnies in the trees or along the trail. Valuable coupons and prizes are inside! For more information, ask any of our business sponsors… Saturday, February 23 – High Falls Radar Run. Register 8:30. Race 9-4. @ Boat Landing 3 Road and snowmobile trail February 23rd – N.E.W. Low Buck Vintage Riders for the 1st Annual “Sassy Sara’s Safari” snowmobile ride…Ride leaves 11AM…for more information contact Jungle Jim's. February 23 – Vintage Snowmobile Run – Leaves from Thunder Lake Bar and Grill – for more information, contact Thunder Lake Bar and Grill KUMALONG SNO-RIDERS (snowmobile only): Trails are great and groomed daily! NEAR NORTH TRAIL RIDERS OF ATHELSTANE: (snowmobile, atv & utv)-Our trails have all been groomed and are in excellent riding condition. More snow coming tomorrow which will result in terrific conditions. ATV's & UTV's on Near North trails are allowed. Watch for signs PEMENEE RIVER RIDERS (snowmobile, atv & utv): Norway trail was groomed yesterday, trail to the Dunbar junction & Niagara are being groomed today. Trail conditions are good!! RANGER CITY RIDERS (snowmobile only) - Our trails are in excellent condition. Our groomer operators will be out throughout the week and will have the whole trail system groomed by the end of the week. Come ride as the trail conditions are great! Remember RCR clubhouse parking lot is a designated park and ride. As always please enjoy and ride safe. PLEASE NOTE LOGGING OPERATIONS: Our north end of the East Trail between Marek Road and Forest Road 404 is currently being logged. The trail does have snow cover and is in good riding conditions through the small section of logging. RIVER ROAD RIDERS (snowmobile only): RRR trails are all open and in good condition. Best snow conditions in years! Grooming operations are ongoing. BEAR POINT SNO-CRUISERS EVENT: March 2nd at Gateway Bar One o’clock Crivitz Wisconsin There will be meat and seafood raffle to choose from. Everyone is invited you don’t have to be a snowmobiler. Come by Snowmobile, Car or any other way. Please pass on to your friends too! N.E.W. LOW BUCK VINTAGE RIDERS EVENT: Feb 23rd @ 11 AM, "Sassy Sara's Safari (Vintage) Ride". Leaves from Jungle Jim's on HWY C. Everyone welcome! See club's FB page for more info.

Mercer Area

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 4:08:38 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 12 - 14 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Mercer Area Sno-Goers Snowmobile Club February 19 Conditions: EXCELLENT Trails are in Excellent shape right now, lots of snow cover and a solid base. With this much show conditions do change quickly with a heavy traffic load. Several hundred sleds ride by and the moguls start to form. We are working hard to stay on top of grooming, but a freshly groomed trail is the best you will find all year. Cold temps have continued this week and we are watching possible snow accumulations on Wednesday and Saturday this week. Now is the time to ride! If you haven't yet, please do be sure to buy a raffle ticket for our upcoming Snowmobile Raffle. The money we make on this sled goes directly into trail maintenance and this year will help us buy new grooming equipment. Our 24 Hour Snow Line at 715-476-SNOW will be updated regularly with Iron County Trail conditions. If you would like more information on the Mercer Area, please give us a call at 715-476-2389 or visit our website at mercercc.com.

Merrill Area

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 10:14:54 AM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 8 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Lincoln County's funded snowmobile trails (County Administrated Trails) in Zone 4 and Zone 2 will one exception, will open as of 8:00am Saturday February 9, 2019. Trail F between Intersection #57 (near Hilly Road) and Intersection #48 (north of Joe Snow) road will remain closed. Winter ATV trails in Zone 2 and 4 will remain closed until 8:00am Saturday Feb 16th. Trails are in early season condition and may be rough and icy in some areas. All of Zone 1 and Zone 3 funded snowmobile and winter ATV Trails are open. All trails are closed to winter ATV use when the temperature is above 28 degrees F. Be aware of Trail Closed signs, stay on marked trails only and respect private land. Timber harvesting is occurring in various locations along the trails, be aware of Logging Ahead signs and use extreme caution in these areas. For up to date Lincoln County trail conditions, log on to: www.co.linocln.wi.us or call Trail Hotline at 715-539-1033.

Minocqua Area West

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 3:49:07 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 18 - 24 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

We’ve certainly been blessed with ideal snowmobiling conditions this past week. More than enough snow and favorable temperatures, staying below the freezing mark, have made for a great snowmobiling experience on our trails. It did take a day or two to get the new snow under control from the last snowstorm. But, once it got worked into the base, our trails are in Very Good to Excellent Condition. Willow Region Trail #5, #8 & #12 are in Very Good to Excellent Condition. Trail I (Iron Gate Road) is not being groomed, by request of the Forestry Department, due to logging activity. Weather Forecast: Friday morning you can expect partly cloudy skies in the morning, giving way to cloudy skies in the afternoon. The high temperature will be 35 degrees with a 4 mph breeze out to the South. The evening low temperature is expected to drop to 22 degrees, with a chance of 1 inch of accumulating snow. The winds will be light and variable. The high temperature Saturday will be 36 degrees with an East wind of 5 mph. There will be snow developing during the late afternoon hours. A 100% chance of snow is expected overnight, with accumulation totals of 5 to 8 inches. A Northeast wind, gusting up to 20 mph will prevail, with a low temperature of 24 degrees. Snow will continue to fall into Sunday morning with 1 inch of additional new snow. The high temperature will be 26 degrees with Northwest winds gusting from 15 to 25 mph. Snow showers are expected to diminish during the evening hours with the low temperature falling to a -1 degree, with a strong Northwesterly wind of 13 mph.

Oconto County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 12:01:01 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All Oconto County Snowmobile Trails are open and in excellent condition! Go to our website for a full detailed report at www.ocontocounty.org. Get updated trail reports for Oconto County by texting: TOURISM to: 36000

Park Falls

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 2:51:03 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 20 - 28 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Snowmobile Trail Conditions Prentice Bush Benders trail report 02/20/2019 With all the new snow and more coming our trails are all in good to excellent condition. The groomer is out everyday working to provide the best trails possible. Our groomer does run day and night so always be aware and ride with caution in the wooded areas and areas with blind corners. Spring is only 4 weeks from today so get out and enjoy the great trails in all of Price county. As always ride safe and have fun. Fifield Sno Drovers 2/20/2019 All trails are in excellent shape and IT’S SNOWING! The trails have all been groomed, smooth and fully covered with snow. Now is the time to ride! Logging continues on Trail 120 south of the big swamp and Fould’s Creek Rd and on Trail 108 between Trail 101 and highway 70. PLEASE TAKE IT SLOW IN THESE AREAS! The loggers report that some snowmobilers have been driving too fast around the logging equipment. We’ve put up additional warning signs, but safety is up to you. We don’t want any of you to become statistics, so go slow and beware of ice where the trails have been plowed. Elk River Pioneers 2/20/2019 All area trails have been groomed and are in excellent condition. Watch out on soo lake in the narrows someone plowed across trail! Lugerville chasers 2/20/2019 Trails are being groomed twice a week and are in excellent condition. Most of our trails are privately owned so Please stay on marked trails. NorthWoods Hi-Riders 2/18/2019 The trails around the Solberg Lake area were all great for the busy weekend we had. The groomers will be out to keep them in excellent shape. They have a good base and plenty of snow to groom with. There is short section on Trail 102 along the Squaw Creek Wildlife area that has some woods machinery working along it. Be Cautious, Ride Safe. Sno Gypsies 2/20/2019 All trails are in excellent condition. Trails have been groomed and new snow is falling. Get out and ride our trails and enjoy the Park Falls Area. Eisenstein Bushwackers 2/20/2019 Groomed all Bushwacker Trails 101,103,104-105,110,and 111 was snowing hard at the time. We got another 6 inches of new snow. The the trails are in the best in several years enjoy our trails and be safe. Kennan/ Catawba Driftsplitters 2/6/2019 We will have all trails groomed and in very good shape by Thursday. There is logging on trail 94 and on trail 181 between intersection 100 and intersection 101. With the good snow we got all trails will be groomed twice a week. Price County has 500 miles of trail, maintained by 9 volunteer clubs. You’ll find beautiful scenery and wildlife along the trail system to enhance your experience.

Phillips

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 2:51:28 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 20 - 28 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Snowmobile Trail Conditions Prentice Bush Benders trail report 02/20/2019 With all the new snow and more coming our trails are all in good to excellent condition. The groomer is out everyday working to provide the best trails possible. Our groomer does run day and night so always be aware and ride with caution in the wooded areas and areas with blind corners. Spring is only 4 weeks from today so get out and enjoy the great trails in all of Price county. As always ride safe and have fun. Fifield Sno Drovers 2/20/2019 All trails are in excellent shape and IT’S SNOWING! The trails have all been groomed, smooth and fully covered with snow. Now is the time to ride! Logging continues on Trail 120 south of the big swamp and Fould’s Creek Rd and on Trail 108 between Trail 101 and highway 70. PLEASE TAKE IT SLOW IN THESE AREAS! The loggers report that some snowmobilers have been driving too fast around the logging equipment. We’ve put up additional warning signs, but safety is up to you. We don’t want any of you to become statistics, so go slow and beware of ice where the trails have been plowed. Elk River Pioneers 2/20/2019 All area trails have been groomed and are in excellent condition. Watch out on soo lake in the narrows someone plowed across trail! Lugerville chasers 2/20/2019 Trails are being groomed twice a week and are in excellent condition. Most of our trails are privately owned so Please stay on marked trails. NorthWoods Hi-Riders 2/18/2019 The trails around the Solberg Lake area were all great for the busy weekend we had. The groomers will be out to keep them in excellent shape. They have a good base and plenty of snow to groom with. There is short section on Trail 102 along the Squaw Creek Wildlife area that has some woods machinery working along it. Be Cautious, Ride Safe. Sno Gypsies 2/20/2019 All trails are in excellent condition. Trails have been groomed and new snow is falling. Get out and ride our trails and enjoy the Park Falls Area. Eisenstein Bushwackers 2/20/2019 Groomed all Bushwacker Trails 101,103,104-105,110,and 111 was snowing hard at the time. We got another 6 inches of new snow. The the trails are in the best in several years enjoy our trails and be safe. Kennan/ Catawba Driftsplitters 2/6/2019 We will have all trails groomed and in very good shape by Thursday. There is logging on trail 94 and on trail 181 between intersection 100 and intersection 101. With the good snow we got all trails will be groomed twice a week. Price County has 500 miles of trail, maintained by 9 volunteer clubs. You’ll find beautiful scenery and wildlife along the trail system to enhance your experience.

Pierce County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:17:29 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 14 - 20 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All sections of the Pierce County snowmobile trail system are now OPEN!!! Please respect our landowners and stay on the designated trail. Please ride with caution as there is a lot of ice under the snow. Latest snowfall was 02/20/19 - 6"+ with a lot of drifting. Grooming activities are taking place. For more information on Pierce County snowmobiling, please visit the Pierce County Snowmobile Council's website at http://www.piercecountysnow.com/ or click on Visit Webpage tab below. For updated trail status, please call (715) 639-6311

Polk County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 10:53:37 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 5 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Snow coming down at a rapid pace on Wednesday, February 20! Stay tuned for totals of accumulation when its done! All Polk County Snowmobile Trails are open. Per Polk County Parks Department, this does NOT include the Stower Seven Lakes Trail, which will continue to be closed to snowmobiles. The Gandy Dancer is open to Snowmobiles and ATV-UTV's. All County Roads are OPEN for ATV riding year round on designated routes, although individual Townships may be different, please check with your Township. To ride on the county trails your ATV/UTV/Off-road Motorcycle must be registered and licensed. An additional pass is required for out of state riders and is available at any DNR licensing station or online. Passes are $35 and are good from July 1 through June 30 of each year. For more information on passes click here to view the dnr website: http://dnr.wi.gov/permits/trailpass.html. Polk County has over 350 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. For more information or maps, go to www.polkcountytourism.com or call the Polk County Information Center at : 1-800-222-POLK (7655)

Presque Isle Area

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 7:08:53 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 16 - 24 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Grooming nightly. Rick & Carl went West & East. All trails very good. THANKS TO ALL WHO CONTRIBUTED TO OUR ANNUAL BIG FUND RAISER AT SKYVIEW THIS PAST SUNDAY. Logging going on at the western portion of 14 at the Iron County line. Rainbow Creek area on Trail 11 leading to the U.P. can be trickey,...USE CAUTION. See our Facebook page for Michigan trail re-direct. Wherever you’re stopping in when sledding or otherwise, make it a point to whomever your visiting.......tell them the “SnoBunnies” sent you.

Rhinelander Area

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 10:20:54 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 18 - 24 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

02.15.19 - There is plenty of fresh snow out there. We received another 15+” of snow this week! The groomers have been out in full force trying to get them packed down and smooth. This was a light and fluffy snow, so it is taking some work to build the recent snow into the base. The trails should be in the best conditions we have seen is some time. With the deep snow base, there will be opportunities to show some bumps after heavy use during the day. The groomers will be out nightly putting them back into shape. The lakse have a bunch of snow on them, and could be seeing some slushy areas. The heavy snow has limited movement on the lakes by the fisherman. Boom Lake and Lake George have numerous roads plowed across them, be cautious when traveling on these lakes for snow piles and banks. The bypass trail (along hwy 8) won’t be groomed until Tuesday, February 19th due to a problem with the drag. The sidehills on the bypass trail may cause further damage until the part is received on Monday. The bypass trail doesn’t see a ton of traffic, so it shouldn’t get too moguled up. Ride safe out there, lets have everyone ride to live another day. To plan your snowmobile vacation in the Northwoods, visit www.ExploreRhinelander.com. Visit Hodag Sno Trails Club www.HodagSnoTrails.com and find them on Facebook.

Rusk County

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 9:54:37 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 16 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Lots of snow this week. Another 9-12" was received yesterday, and groomers are getting out to get the trails in great shape for the weekend. The weather looks awesome for some riding this weekend. Trails are open throughout the County, but beware of logging operations some rough spots on the trail.

Sawyer County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 11:09:52 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 14 - 24 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Hello Riders! There was lots and lots of traffic in the county this last weekend and groomers have been out and about. They will continue to groom and smooth out through the week. Trails reported to be groomed so far and will be groomed several times this week: Trails 31 south and 3 Trail 18 Tuscobia from Winter to Price County. 5 south. Tuscobia from Winter to Couderay and trail 9 north to Hide Out and to 33 to Blueberry Oasis. Trails from Chippewa Flowage to Moose Lake. Trail 5 from Fishtrap and trail 5 from Eagle Lodge to Tuscobia. 18 from 5 to Flowage, trail 12 from 18 to Flowage, trail 21 from 18 to 319. Nelson Lake area, Seeley Hills, trail 63 from city of Hayward to north of Seeley. Again, all trails will continue to be groomed through out the week several times as it doesn't take much more than a few riders to need more grooming when you have deep snow.

Sayner-Star Lake Area

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:36:37 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 20 - 25 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

The Sayner-Star Lake snowmobile trails are in excellent condition! The groomers have been maintaining the trails on a daily basis - but as always use caution on the corners as they may be icy. There is no better time than now to come up and ride! Stay tuned for more updates to come. We’re having fun in the Northwoods with all of our exciting winter activities like ice fishing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and more! Start planning your winter getaway at www.sayner-starlake.org today!

St Croix County

  • Updated: 2/14/2019 12:09:47 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 15 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

UPDATE: All St. Croix County Snowmobile Trails are OPEN. Trails continue to be groomed and are shaping up nice. EXERCISE CAUTION AS SOME SECTIONS OF TRAILS HAVE STANDING WATER AND ICE. Problem areas are marked. Please respect landowners and stay on the trail. Remember to call the snowmobile trail hot line for more information on opening and closings. 715-772-6824.

St. Germain Area

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 5:26:50 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 24 - 30 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Some fantastic riding can be had this week. Snow, we have it and plenty along with temperatures that are expected to stay in the upper teens and 20's this week. Trails are in some great conditions. Ride responsibly and use caution while enjoying the Northwoods.

Superior and Douglas County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 9:54:16 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 14 - 16 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

To get the trail report in an easy-to-read, downloadable format, please to go https://www.superiorchamber.org/recreation/trail-report This report is updated on Tuesday's and Fridays. Winter Trail Report: 2/19/2019 *Please note - The Saunders Grade Traill will be closed for the entire 2018/2019 winter season due to significant damage caused by June 2018 flooding.* It is critical that we respect the landowners who allow us to utilize their property, so please verify that the trail you intend to use is open at this time. SW Quadrant Trails are in good condition! Trail 9 is closed between the Town Road TT and the North Road. Watch for signs on Trail 5 at the Beaver Brook crossing for reroute around an ice issue. SE Quadrant All trails are open and are in great shape! Most trails are scheduled for grooming before the weekend. Watch for logging operations on Trail 41N, Trail 541 and Trail 17S. Trails are in great condition, have fun and ride carefully! *Please note - The CN Railroad is warning snowmobilers to stay off railroad property in Solon Springs. There is a new trail to Solon Springs (Trail 27B). Where the trail meets Business Highway 53, snowmobilers must use the road shoulders and not the railroad property to access the railroad crossing on Main Street. Snowmobilers have and will continue to be ticketed for operating on the railroad's property.* NE Quadrant Please watch for low hanging brush and limbs. All trails are open and have been groomed since the weekend. Conditions of the trails are very good to excellent. NW Quadrant All trails are open except for Saunders Grade, which is closed for the season. All trails have been groomed or will be groomed by Wednesday. Please note: The City of Superior will be hosting a winter triathlon on Sunday, March 3rd from 6:00 AM till 3:00 PM. During those times some of the Motorized and Ski trail sections will be closed in the Superior Municipal Forest. Motorized traffic will not be allowed on 42nd Street from Badger Drive to Albany Avenue or on the northern half of Billings Drive from 42nd Avenue to the northern Cross Town Trail intersection. Trail crossings over those mentioned sections of road will be closed which will result in no through traffic from the “Ski Shack parking lot” on 28th Street to the “Albany Avenue Snowmobile parking lot”. Additionally, trail traffic will need to USE CAUTION on the Cross Town (East-West) trail section near highway 105 where the trail crosses Billings Drive. Extra event staff and racers will be using this section of the drive. Please respect any barricades and gates across these sections of trail to keep race traffic safe. For further information, please contact the Douglas County Forestry Department at 715-378-2219 Monday-Friday 8:00 am to 4:30 pm excluding Holidays.

Taylor County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 2:59:48 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 12 - 18 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

ALL Taylor County Snowmobile Trails are open effective immediately. Taylor County Forestry & Recreation has announced Taylor County Snowmobile Trails will be open for ATVs effective Sunday, February 24th at 8am. Trails are closed to ATVs when the temperature is above 28 degrees. As always, NO UTVs (regardless of size) are allowed on Taylor County snowmobile trails. Ride with caution as some trails are not yet groomed due to equipment breakdowns. Take extra precautions at water crossings due to not being completely frozen and possible standing water/slush. For Taylor County trail conditions, please call the Taylor County Forestry & Recreation Dept. at 715-748-1486 or check our website at: http://www.co.taylor.wi.us/departments/f-m/forestry-recreation-2/trails.

Three Lakes Area

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 2:39:23 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 20 - 25 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Here are your current conditions Record snowfalls the past few weeks have made for the best trails in years. More snow coming this week. We have not seen this much snow in a long time. No better time to ride then now. Lakes might start to get slushy, so the throttle is your friend. If you feel slush, hammer down. You may encounter a icy corner. Everything is in excellent shape. Watch out for low hanging branches. All trails are being groomed 4-5 times a week. Please, slow down and limit your drinking. Way too many fatalities in northern Wisconsin, and they all can be prevented. Lakes are all marked. Remember, stay as close to the barrels as possible. If you don’t see barrels, assume they are not safe. Please respect our private landowners and stay on the trail. We have had a couple issues this year already and it always puts our trails in danger. Use caution at all road crossing as they are icy. Check our Facebook page for information about the new hoodies and T-shirt’s we have for sale. If you are up this weekend, stop by want watch the Junker sled races on Saturday. More details on our Facebook page.

Tomahawk Area

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 11:23:39 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 25 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

This report is dated Tuesday, February 19, 2019. All Lincoln County trails are open. Please watch all signs and stay on marked trails. The Tomahawk area is getting more snow this week. Trails are in very good to excellent condition. ALL Oneida Country Snowmobile and ATV trails are OPEN. Trails are being reported to be in very good to excellent condition. Stay on marked trails only. Please check the current conditions on the Chamber’s website at www.gototomahawk.com This report will be updated when conditions change.

Washburn County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 11:48:45 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 11 - 16 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All Washburn County Snowmobile trails are open at this time. Several heavy snow events in recent weeks have allowed for excellent trail conditions. Clubs are out in force, regularly grooming the trails. Current trail conditions are excellent, with a snow base of 11-16 inches. Enjoy the trails!! Make sure you get your new trail map to start planning your snowmobile trip by visiting washburncounty.org/contact/

Central Wisconsin

Central Wisconsin

Adams County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 8:52:05 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Adams County State funded and County sponsored trails are OPEN Groomers have been and will be out working to smooth the trails however some reports of snow not packing real well and ice below the snow even some wet spots from the rain and warm days last week . Road routes are marked around some of the wetlands and storm damage areas. Be Safe! Be Courteous! Be Active, Join a club, help protect the sport you enjoy! For a trail map and/or trail information throughout the season please call Adams Co. Parks at 608-339-4230. Please do not go on the trails before making sure they are OPEN! When you do snowmobile please stay on the trails! Thank you!

Calumet County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 9:21:48 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 8 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All 6 zones are open. Riders should check our 24-hour information line for up-to-date reports (920) 849-1494

Clark County

  • Updated: 2/15/2019 2:42:50 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 18 - 28 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All trails located on the Clark County Forest remain open to ATV and Snowmobile riders. Trails located on Private Lands also remain open to the public at this time. Area clubs will continue to work hard to groom the large amounts of snowfall which has been received over the past 72 hours. Riders please be mindful of the maintenance equipment out on the trail and use extra caution when riding until all trails can be groomed. Please note that UTV’s are not allowed on the Clark County ATV Trail system during the winter months (November 1- May 14). Clark County trails are subject to periodic closure; for updates on recent closures and/or openings please contact the Forestry and Parks Department at 715-743-5140, or visit the county website at www.co.clark.wi.us for more information on our trail system.

Fond du Lac

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:37:01 PM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 7 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Effective Wednesday, February 20th, snowmobile trails in Zones 1,2,3, 4 & 5 are open, groomed and are reported in fair condition. Regarding ATV use, the Eisenbahn Trail is open along with the connecting trails around Eden.

Green Lake County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:34:23 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All clubs have been out grooming and are doing the best they can with the trails. This is the best conditions we have had so far this year. Wind has blown some open areas pretty thin. Grooming will be ongoing so watch for the equipment out on the trails -- as conditions change USE THE HOTLINE to check trail closings and grooming conditions. ----------------------------- Join a club and order your discounted trail passes from the AWSC. Trail passes are $10 when sled in registered in Wisconsin and the owner is a club member with AWSC membership. Wisconsin registered sleds of non-club members pay $30. Non-Wisconsin sleds pay $50. ------ To join a club and get a discounted trail pass, see the Green Lake County Club Page (linked just above this report at VIEW WEBSITE) ------- full price passes can be purchased at the BP gas station in Princeton. Remember, the clubs do not actually sell the passes - but club membership is mandatory to buy the discounted passes from AWSC. Support your local club by becoming a member, donate a few hours over the year by helping with trails and fundraisers. And if you can't do that, please buy a few extra raffle tickets, stop at the brat fry's, or donate directly to the groomer funds each club has. Thank you. ---- USE THE HOTLINE BEFORE RIDING TO MAKE SURE TRAILS ARE OPEN - recorded message at 920-294-3220 ---- TRESPASSING RESULTS IN CLOSED TRAILS - Please stay on the marked trails and give the landowners a wave when you see them. Without the Landowners - there would be no trails to ride. ---- Please join a club to help support the great trail system these clubs provide. PLEASE -STAY ON TRAILS - NO TRESPASSING

Juneau County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 9:02:17 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 5 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Trails maintained by the Winter Wonderers, Sunset Drifters, Lyndon Knights, Redstone Riders and Castle Rock River Runners are open. Castle Rock River Runners have been receiving reports of snowmobilers going off the marked trails and in land owner’s yards. Want to get more trails closed, just keep doing that. Elroy Hilltoppers trails Remain closed. The State trails are closed this includes 400 Trail and The Hillsboro Trail The Omaha Bike Trail is open for snowmobiling. Watch out for ice near the tunnel and in the tunnel. Use extreme caution while on the trail section between Townline Rd and the trail crossing at County Rd H 2018 / 2019 Castle Rock River Runners trail report: As of last season, three portions of trail have been closed for the foreseeable future and one leg has been moved. 1. The River trail is closed from intersection 23 (behind used to be known as Landing gas and convenience store, now reopened with new ownership) to the Way Station. 2. The New Lisbon to Bike Trail has been closed between intersections 27 and 28. 3. The 82 trail between old intersection 32 location and un-numbered intersection ½ west of HH along hwy 82 (trail that runs in front of Woodside Ranch) is closed. Intersection 32, has been moved to the east and now a stub trail terminating at the Waystation. A wet fall had left many of our portions of trail that run through marshes flooded. We have not been able to access all our trails with equipment to ensure obstacle have been cleared and signed. Additionally, summer’s rainfall had washed out several culverts, we believe we have fixed all of them. When trails are open, exercise EXTREME caution, and for the immediate future do not count on trails being groomed. Reasons for these closures are varied but also contributable to lack of club help. Become an active club member for the sake of the remaining trails and then stay on them. Snowmobile Trail Hot Line 608-562-5737

Manitowoc County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:53:48 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All six sections of the Manitowoc County Public Snowmobile Trail System are open and in good condition in most areas with fair conditions in some open field areas. Please avoid the Manitowoc River around the Rapids Road Bridge which is closed to snowmobile traffic because of construction. Please check the snowmobile hotline (920)758-7669 for up-to-date reports. As always, please be respectful to the land owners and stay on the marked trails and be sure to support your local snowmobile clubs. Remember, without the clubs and landowner participation, this program would not be possible. Those who do not stay on the trails are trespassing and may face a possible fine of $250.00. Be sure to check out Manitowoc's fabulous events, delectable food and great shopping at unique boutiques! Plan your get-away and discover the charms of Manitowoc County today. You'll find details about Restaurants, Lodging, Events, and more at Manitowoc.info. We look forward to seeing you!

Marathon County

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 11:13:21 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 25 - 26 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

The Wausau and Marathon County Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department has announced that effective at Noon today, Friday, February 8, 2019, snowmobile trails in Zones 1 and 2 will open to snowmobiles only. Trails in Zones 3 and 4 will open to snowmobiles only effective at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, February 9, 2019. Zone 5 trails will open effective at 8:00a.m. on Sunday, February 10, 2019. Trails designated for ATVs in Zones 1, 2, 3 and 4 will open at 8:00 a.m. on Monday, February 11, 2019. ATVs are prohibited on any trail when the air temperature is above 28 degrees Fahrenheit. ATV riders are reminded to check a current map to see if the trails they want to ride are open to ATVs. The Mountain-Bay Trail is closed to ATVs at all times. All Marathon County snowmobile trails are closed to UTVs. UTVs are not all-terrain vehicles and do not meet the statutory definition for an ATV. The night time speed limit everywhere in Wisconsin is 55 mph. Please respect our landowners. Leaving a designated trail and/or snowmobiling on someone's property without permission is trespassing. For up-to-date Marathon County trail conditions, please call the 24-hour snow and trail conditions hotline at 1-888-575-7669 or check the website at: www.co.marathon.wi.us/parks.asp

Marquette County

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 5:06:40 PM
  • Condition: Fair-Partially Open
  • Status: Partially Open
  • Base: 0 - 9 inches
  • Groomed: No

Montello,Oxford,Endeavor and Westfield trails are open. Endeavor has groomed their trails.

Outagamie County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:59:21 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 8 - 9 inches
  • Groomed: No

All 7 Zones of snowmobile trails in Outagamie County are open as of sunrise on Wednesday, February 13th, 2019. Caution of bare spots due to blowing and drifting snow as well as icy conditions. Snowmobilers should be aware that they can be cited for riding on County snowmobile trails when they are closed. Wonderful landowners are responsible for the county’s miles of state-funded and club trails. Please respect their property and their privacy. *Please be safe and remember, no ice is considered safe*

Shawano County

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 8:16:12 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 0 - 0 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

UPDATED: FEBRUARY 13, 2019 Because trails are groomed does not necessarily mean they are open! Please call (715) 524-4349 for up to date openings/closings before you ride. ATVs PROHIBITED ON TRAILS ANY TIME TEMPERATURE IS 28°F OR ABOVE. ALSO, PER FEDERAL REGULATION, ATVs ARE PROHIBITED ON THE MOUNTAIN BAY TRAIL AT ANY TIME. UTVs (side-by-sides) PROHIBITED ON TRAILS AT ALL TIMES. Also note that per County Ordinance, trails must be open to snowmobiles for 10 days before ATVs may be operated on trails. Law Enforcement and Wisconsin DNR Field Wardens reference this website / phone recording when issuing citations for riding on closed trails in Shawano County. For more information about other recreational opportunities in Shawano County throughout the year, contact the Shawano Country Chamber of Commerce at (715) 524-2139.

Sheboygan County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 6:16:31 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Area 1: Open Area 2: Open Area 3: Open Area 4: Open Area 5: Open Area 6: Open Area 7: Open All trails in Sheboygan county are open. Use caution. Icey areas under the snow. Riders are reminded to check our web site www.nkmsnow.com for up to date trail conditions and sign up for instant notifications.

Stevens Point Area/Portage County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:36:21 AM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 24 - 28 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

YES we have SNOW!!! All trails are open. Call the Hot line 715-343-6277 for up to date info. Or check out Portage County Parks on FACEBOOK. For more up to date reports.

Waupaca County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 11:51:52 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 16 - 18 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

SNOWMOBILE TRAIL UPDATE: Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2019 All the county snowmobile trails are open and are in Fair to Good condition DESIGNATED ATV TRAILS IN ZONES 1, 2, 3, 5, & 6 ARE OPEN REMINDER: THE TEMPERATURE MUST BE 28 DEGREES OR COLDER IN ORDER TO USE ATV'S ON THE DESIGNATED SNOWMOBILE TRAILS If you have questions as to why the trails are or are not open, please contact a snowmobile club listed on the back of the map or on our website (see below). The clubs make the decisions regarding the opening or closing of the trails, the County Parks Dept. just gets the word out.

Waushara County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 6:13:11 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 14 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All Waushara County snowmobile trails are OPEN. Conditions are GOOD.

Winnebago County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 1:56:15 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 8 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All zones in Winnebago County are open. Early snowmobile conditions exist. Watch for large snow drifts. Please call 920-232-1960 and choose Option 4 to find out the status of the snowmobile trails in Winnebago County. Winnebago County Snowmobile Maps will need to be referenced when knowing which Zones are open or closed. To see the map on the county website, go to www.co.winnebago.wi.us/parks/snowmobile-information and scroll down under the "Map" section to view the new map. Zone 2 is now open. Check back frequently for condition changes.

Wood County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 2:32:40 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 14 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

2/19/2019 - all trails have been groomed and are in excellent condition. 2/15/19 at 1:15pm - All Wood County Snowmobile trails are open at this time. Thank you. Sandra Green Wood County Parks & Forestry Office Supervisor Snowmobile/ATV Trail Coordinator

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Buffalo County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 8:36:12 AM
  • Condition: Fair-Partially Open
  • Status: Partially Open
  • Base: 6 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Trails are Partially OPEN (see exceptions)! ............Trail 9 from Intersection F to G to H will remain CLOSED! ... Trail 33 from Intersection S (Gilmanton) to Intersection U (Waumandee) will remain CLOSED! ... Trail 5 from Intersection C to Park N' Ride (Silvermoon) will remain CLOSED! (due to logging). ... Please use caution as there is plenty of ice under the snow in certain areas. ................. Please check the website for further details. ... Do you belong to a club? .... If not, consider it. .... CLUBS ARE WHAT MAKE OUR TRAILS GREAT!! Join a club today and see how you can help. .... It's fun to be a part of and know how things get done. .... A big THANK YOU to all landowners who allow us to cross their land and see all the beautiful sights along the way! Buffalo County is crisscrossed by a network of more than 260 miles of well-groomed snowmobile trails, over majestic forested hills, rivers and streams, and through quiet valleys and across gently rolling farmland. County Trail Hotline 608-685-2410.

Columbia County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 5:34:30 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Columbia County snowmobile trails are open. Please use extreme caution as trails maybe icy under the new snow. There might also be some field ponds where trail conditions can change quickly. Allow plenty of distance to stop at the road crossings due to icy trail conditions. BE SAFE!

Crawford County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 2:40:33 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

As of 2/20/2019, all trails in the county are now OPEN! There is one section of trail between Gays Mills and Rolling Ground that will be closed all season. This site will be updated immediately if the trails are closed. You can also call our Snowmobile Hotline at 608-326-1120 for the latest trail status. Please visit our websites for maps. Enjoy and be safe!! Contact the Crawford County Land Conservation Department, 608-326-0270, with questions. A REMINDER TO STAY ON THE TRAILS!!! Failure to do so will reduce future trail opportunities. Please be safe out there!

Dane County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 11:11:28 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 8 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All trails in all regions are open. Updated 2/15/19. Trail updates can be found on the Dane County Parks website or by calling the trail info line at (608) 242-4576

Dodge County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 10:18:22 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 7 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All trails in all zones of the Dodge County snowmobile trail system are now OPEN. Conditions will change from field to field, use caution in the plowed fields and marshy areas as there may be open water and there will be icy corners. There are also reports of icy conditions on the Wild Goose State Trail. Please note the trail information signs located on the Wild Goose State Trail at the Hwy 60 trail head parking lot, Hwy 26/33 parking lot and Hwy 49 intersection are not updated during the weekends and holidays. The trail status line should always be checked before riding the trails 24 HOUR TRAIL STATUS MESSAGE: 920-386-3705 Check out www.dodgeparks.com for Dodge County Parks and Trails information Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Dodge.Cty.Parks

Grant County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 8:32:24 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 14 - 17 inches
  • Groomed: No

For more information, call (608) 723-7492 Club Trails open are Kieler, Dickeyville, Potosi, Platteville, Arthur, Hazel Green, Cuba City, Boscobel, Muscoda, Iowa Grant, Lancaster and Cassville EXCEPT Cassville to Burton, Trail 40. PLEASE STAY ON THE MARKED TRAILS out of respect for the property owners.

Green County

  • Updated: 2/15/2019 9:56:28 AM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 2 - 6 inches
  • Groomed: No

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Iowa County

  • Updated: 2/17/2019 6:57:09 PM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 7 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Military Ridge Trail, Governor Dodge Park, Iowa County Club Trails are open on 02-17-2019 The Cheese Country Rec Trail is now open.

Jackson County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:43:35 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Trails are in good to very good condition. Base is 6-10 inches of snow. Grooming taking place end of the week.

Jefferson County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 9:26:59 PM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 2 - 6 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Keep thinking SNOW. Visit our website @ jcsawi.org. The Jefferson County Snowmobile Trails are open as of 1PM February 17 with the exception of the corridor trail from Dane county that will remain closed all season from airport rd to cty rd A. Please use the club trail as a bypass route around the closed section. Please use extreme caution while riding. Trails may be extremely icy in areas and road crossings may be difficult to maneuver. Please remember to respect our landowners and stay on marked trails. Groomers have been out , but trails took a hard hit on Wednesday due to the rain. Our goal is to remain open through Friday night weather permitting! Please check our hotline and know before you go. Please call the Snowmobile Alliance 24-hour Hotline at 920-699-SNOW (7669) daily for current information. Snowmobile trails in adjoining counties may be closed. Trail users should check with each county to determine trail status.

Kenosha County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 12:39:51 PM
  • Condition: Closed
  • Status: Closed
  • Base: 0 - 3 inches
  • Groomed: No

Call Kenosha County Snowmobile Hotline at 262-671-4944 throughout winter for the most current and official notice of trail condition (open or closed). Any information posted on this site is as a courtesy only. The Kenosha County Snowmobile trails are CLOSED. The snow we were promised fell as light, misty rain and degraded trail conditions. Note: Our general guidelines state that there must be at least 4” of snow if the ground is frozen, or 6” if the ground is not frozen, to open the trails. Any decision will be made based on *actual trails conditions*, including weather conditions before, during and after the snow event. The groomers go out if there is at least 6” on the ground. Conditions will vary by location, and our county trail system opens or closes on an all-or-nothing basis. The decision to open or closed is based on the conditions throughout the entire county and not those in localized areas.

Kickapoo Valley Reserve

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 2:35:18 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 8 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

9+ inches of fresh snow fell (2/12) Additional couple inches fell overnight (2/17) and another 5+ inches (2/20). Trails groomed (2/13) from Viola to La Farge.

La Crosse County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 3:10:20 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Website: www.laxsnowmobile.org Facebook: LaCrosse County Snowmobile Trails and Clubs Trail Condition Hotline: 608-782-4500 02/19/2019: All trails remain open and are in good to excellent condition. All groomers have been out and will continue to groom as long as the weather and snow conditions cooperate. Corridor 29 from Newburgs Corners South to the Vernon County line by Coon Valley is passable and open. This trail suffered excessive storm damage last year and there are currently three water crossings due to missing bridges and culverts. If you ride this trail please use extreme caution. You may see club members out making temporary repairs. Our volunteer club members are currently working with landowners, County, State and Federal officials on getting these trails permanently repaired. Thank you for your patience. Thanks to Smarter Trails you can now go to our website www.laxsnowmobile.org and "Sign Up For Notifications" such as the one above. The "Sign Up For Notifications" link should be on the right hand side of your screen after you go to our website. You can chose to receive these notifications by E-Mail or Text or both. La Crosse County offers 136 miles of state funded snowmobile trails throughout some very scenic bluff and river valley areas. The trails connect with neighboring counties.

Lafayette County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 7:11:01 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 5 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Trails are open with a lot of ice under the snow ride with caution and a lot of drifting.

Milwaukee County

  • Updated: 2/17/2019 8:22:04 PM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Snowmobile trail hotline 262-554-0133. Think Snow !!!!!!! Welcome to the 2018 - 2019 season. Rolling Dice Riders of Franklin Snowmobile Club meetings are at 7:00 pm, the 3rd Tuesday of the month at The Hideaway Pub & Eatery 9643 S. 76th street Franklin, WI 53132.

Monroe County

  • Updated: 2/21/2019 4:42:17 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21, 2019 TRAIL REPORT We are aware of the forecast for the upcoming weekend, and we are keeping an eye on it and we will make a decision based upon multiple clubs and members opinions. Once the decision is made, we will post it immediately! Please respect our decision! All trails in Monroe County are now open except the trail from Leon to Middle Ridge and the bike trail from Kendall to Elroy! Please be aware of drifting snow and some groomers out and about and they may sneak up on you! The Sparta Trail Blazers need to temporarily close their club trail from where trail 27 crosses the railroad tracks where Hazelwood Ave and Milwaukee Street meet. The closed trail runs parallel with Milwaukee Street south under the highway 16/South Wisconsin Street bridge to Walrath Street and Harris Crossings. There is an issue with railroad rights of way which will be corrected within a few days. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please stay within the marked trail markers! If we see tracks of people riding off trail, some trails may be closed! We know the powder looks nice to play in, but stay within the markers to avoid any unknown obstacles that may now be buried under all this fresh snow! Follow us at www.monroetrails.com We will have some small reroutes in the southeast corner of the county along the Elroy-Sparta Bike Trail between Wilton and Kendall due to this summers extensive flood damage, as well as the trail from Kendall to Elroy will be totally closed this winter! CHECK OUR WEBSITE AT WWW.MONROETRAILS.COM or Snowmobile Trails of Monroe County on Facebook!

Ozaukee County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 5:17:35 PM
  • Condition: Closed
  • Status: Closed
  • Base: 6 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Due to the warm temperatures and rain, all trails in Ozaukee County are now CLOSED. The warmup is here. Hopefully it does not do too much damage. Trails will reopen when the temperatures drop and if we do not lose too much snowpack. Stay tuned for updates, and ALWAYS refer to the snow phone (shown below) for the official county status THINK SNOW! Remember ---NO CLUBS, NO LANDOWNERS = NO TRAILS! Additional Contacts & Information: OCSA (Ozaukee County Snowmobile Association) E-mail: snowrunners@gmail.com OZAUKEE COUNTY OFFICIAL TRAIL OPEN/CLOSED STATUS 262-238-8259 (SNOW PHONE)

Pepin County

  • Updated: 2/20/2019 6:57:28 PM
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

For additional updates call 715-672-SNOW (7669) Please RESPECT THE LAND OWNERS stay on the marked trails and DO NOT cut corners! Join your local snowmobile club! Snowmobile clubs are what makes these trails happen, without them there are no trails! *****SNOWMOBILERS***** IF YOU KNOW A LAND OWNER THAT HAS THE SNOWMOBILE TRAIL CROSSING THEIR LAND, PLEASE THANK THEM! WITHOUT THEM AND YOUR LOCAL SNOWMOBILE CLUBS, THERE WOULD BE NO TRAILS TO ENJOY!

Racine County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:18:56 AM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 1 - 6 inches
  • Groomed: No

All trails are open Please ride safely Note: There must be 4” of packed snow if the ground is frozen, or 6” if the ground is not frozen, to open the trails.

Richland County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:47:11 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Trails are open with a 4-6" base. There maybe ice underneath the snow in places so be safe. We are grooming so be aware that you may meet the groomer at anytime. Stay on the right hand side of the trail and ride safe. The trail to Hub City from Richland Center will not be open this year because of landowner issues. Also the Trail from Blue River to the Rolling Ground intersection is also Closed due to Landowner issues. Enjoy and remember STAY ON THE TRAIL!

Rock County

  • Updated: 2/18/2019 9:09:11 AM
  • Condition: Poor
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 0 - 2 inches
  • Groomed: No

The Rock County Snowmobile Trail will OPEN at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, February 15, 2019. Poor conditions are reported with a 1” ice base. The trails will be groomed on Monday, February 18, 2019. The Whitewater Spur (Corridor #40) is still closed. Riders are advised to use caution, it is very icy. Riders are reminded to check trail conditions frequently by calling (608) 757-5458 or visiting our website at www.co.rock.wi.us or www.travelwisconsin.com.

Sauk County

  • Updated: 2/16/2019 7:25:58 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 10 - 12 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All Sauk County Trails are OPEN effective Thursday,February 14, 2019 at 6PM www.saukcountysnowmobiling.org PLEASE CHECK THE HOTLINE NUMBER LISTED BELOW. SAUK COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAIL HOTLINE#: 608-985-4766 Don't forget, to ride legally you must be registered and display your 2019 Wisconsin Trail Pass.

Sparta Area and Monroe County

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 8:06:45 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 6 - 10 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

All trails in Monroe County are now except the trail from Leon to Middle Ridge! Snow totals vary from 8” to 18” in the county. Please be aware of drifting snow and some groomers out and about and they may sneak up on you! This may take the groomers a while to get all through, but we are trying!

Trempealeau County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 9:20:12 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 4 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

BUFFALO RIVER STATE TRAIL: OPEN TREMPEALEAU COUNTY TRAILS: OPEN Be aware that some trails have not been groomed yet. Be safe out there. STAY ON THE TRAILS! 222+ miles of groomed trails through farmlands, scenic wooded ridges, railroad grade, and small towns and villages. These trails are connected to the Buffalo River Trail, Jackson County to the east, EauClaire County to the north, and LaCrosse County to the south. For recorded message on snow and trail conditions please call (715) 538-2311 ext 205.

Vernon County

  • Updated: 2/13/2019 9:54:37 AM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 0 - 6 inches
  • Groomed: No

Hillsboro Trailblazers and Kickapoo Valley Riders trails are open. Call the 24 hour hotline at 608-637-5481 for updates. Trail conditions and access vary regularly. Visit the Vernon Trails website for more detailed information and a downloadable map of the area trails. http://www.vernonsnowmobiletrails.com/

Walworth County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 10:07:43 AM
  • Condition: Fair
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 1 - 4 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Trails are open. Some trails are groomed. There are some thin areas out there as well as some ditches in between fields that are not filled in. Ride with caution. Please call our snow phone and/or our web page for up to the minute trail status. Our trail system has now been divided into two zones. Zone 1 (Northern) and Zone 2 (Southern). See one of our maps to view the new zones. Please call our snow phone for trail status at (262) 742-2664. Visit our website at www.walworthcountysnow.com. Please visit our sponsors on and off the trail.

Washington County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 3:27:59 PM
  • Condition: Good
  • Status: Open
  • Base: 5 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

** Please stay off the trails when temperatures are, or are expected to be above freezing. *As always, please ride CAUTIOUSLY and stay on the marked trails. Our Landowners Thank You! * St. Lawrence trail South of Hwy K, WEST of Hwy 41 - Use extra caution due to utility work. * TRAIL ALONG HWY 28 BETWEEN WAYNE AND NORTHEAST TOWARD LAKE BERNICE IS SEVERE CHISEL PLOWED LAND AND IS BARELY PASSABLE. * TRAIL 5 EAST OF HWY 41 BETWEEN FREISTADT AND GOLDENDALE ROADS IN GERMANTOWN IS CLOSED (NOT PASSABLE) DUE TO SEWER CONSTRUCTION - ALT ROUTE IS HWY 167 (HOLY HILL RD) BRIDGE. * This message is also at the Washington County Trail Hotline: 262-334-6061

Waukesha County

  • Updated: 2/19/2019 9:12:34 PM
  • Condition: Good-Partially Open
  • Status: Partially Open
  • Base: 6 - 8 inches
  • Groomed: Yes

Most trails are currently open - with the exception of two sections still being closed: Pewaukee Lake to Ryan Road and also the hill in Monches by Ox & Cats. Please continue to monitor the snowmobile trail hotline for updates (414) 299-0330. When trails are open, we ask that you stay on the marked trails and respect our landowners. We also ask that you slow down and obey speed limit signs in the residential areas, as some concerns from landowners along the trails have been expressed. Be advised that at least 6 inches of snow and temperatures below 32 degrees are needed before trails can be considered to be open. If temps are 32 or higher, trails are closed. We encourage you to go to the Waukesha County Snowmobile Association website www.waukeshasno.org for information on joining one of the 17 clubs in Waukesha County. Please remember to stay on the Marked Trails and Ride Safe!

Changes can occur. Please verify locally before traveling.