Here's snowmobile trail conditions for northcentral Wisconsin
Snowmobile clubs spent Wednesday grooming trails, but regardless of what kind of shape they're in, all 551 miles of trails in Langlade County will be open Thursday at 8 a.m.
People throughout central and northern Wisconsin are preparing for everything from rain and ice to several inches of snow.
Section A of the snowmobile trails in Langlade County will open, with restrictions, effective at 5:00 p.m., Friday, January 13, 2012.
Lincoln County’s Zone 1 state funded snowmobile trails will be open at noon on January 5. Zone 1 is the area north of County Highway J and State Highway 86.
It's being called the largest conservation easement ever donated in Wisconsin.
Little snow has meant a slow start to the Winter tourism season. However, that's picking up.
According to a press release, from the Oneida County Recreation Coordinator, the state funded snowmobile trails will open Friday, December 30 at noon.
Get out your sleds and snowmobiles, the trails in Vilas County will open Monday.
Vilas County will open their snowmobile trails Monday, December 12 at 12 p.m.
A man who died Saturday in a snowmobile crash has been identified as Andrew Aschauer, 39, of Kansasville.
Winnebago County Sheriff's Lt. Lara Vendola-Messer says a passerby on U.S. Highway 41 saw the snowmobiler enter the water of Lake Butte des Morts around 6:45 a.m. The snowmobiler hit open water by a channel.
State police say a 39-year-old Wisconsin man who apparently was speeding and high on drugs has died in a snowmobile crash in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says 24-year-old Adam J. Yates, of Winnebago, Ill., was pronounced dead at the scene in Willow Springs Township on Sunday morning.
Safety has become a big priority on Wisconsin trails, with eleven fatal accidents this winter and four reported snowmobile accidents in the last week.
The crashes occurred in Juneau, Vilas and Oneida counties.
Authorities say the pilot of a small plane that made a crash landing on a frozen lake in southern Wisconsin has been rescued.
The state funded snowmobile trail system in Vilas County will officially open at 1 p.m. on Friday, December 10.
The Wood County Park and Rec. department says all snowmobile trails are now closed because of deteriorating conditions.
The DNR says an 81-year-old man died after his snowmobile crashed Monday afternoon.
A man is in the hospital Sunday with head injuries after hitting several trees with his snowmobile Saturdayin Buffalo County.
Some snowmobile trails in Marathon County are scheduled to open up on Wednesday, January 6th at 8 a.m.
A proposal in the State Legislature could make the current 55 mile-per-hour nighttime speed limit permanent for snowmobile riders.
SENECA, Wis. (AP) -- A Prairie du Chien man is dead after he was thrown from his snowmobile and then struck by a pickup.
A 25-year-old Shawano County man is in the hospital after being thrown from his snowmobile late Friday night.
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