Our Trip Snowmobiling in Wisconsin

If your share of thrills is overdue, and your idea of getting them lies in the wildernesses away from the big city, grab your Klim snowmobile clothing and adventurous cap and head for Wisconsin’s Northwoods, where plenty of snow, towering pines and countless miles of well-groomed snowmobile trails await. You can find quick bites along the trails when hunger strikes and refuel for your afternoon excursion.

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Boulder Junction

Tagged as the ‘musky capital of the world,’ and located within the Lake Superior Snowbelt, it’s one of the best tracks, and provides more snow and better trails for snowmobilers throughout the season. With the local clubs doing their spade work to keep the trails primed all through the winter, get your adrenaline rush fix as you explore the thousands of miles of trails stretching right up to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This season has things look brighter for snowmobilers with an abundance of snow. Download the trail map of Boulder Junction, and have a ball of a time.

For accommodations, check out Big Bear Hideaway, on the west edge of Boulder Junction, where cabins provide year round lodging. Another option is Boulder Junction Motor Lodge, conveniently situated close to snowmobile rentals and restaurants.

Rhinelander

With the snowy conditions of 8-12 inches in woods of Rhineland, it means you are all set for great snowmobiling experience. The stage is all heated up with early start this season, the tracks are kept well groomed, and the early season riders aren’t complaining. So you can join in the fun, though keep clear of the lakes where unmarked. The Oneida county 1,000 miles of well groomed trails is packed with pine forests, highlands hardwoods, spruce and tamaracks, frozen lakes and farmer’s fields.

The area also has scenic beauty of wilderness of Enterprise Trail System, where the visitors can join the Hodag Sno-Trails Club group trail rides, which occur several times during the season. The day trips are especially easy to navigate and you can have great timeout exploring the areas of the Northwoods and the Upper Peninsula. The trails connect right though Minocqua, Eagle River, Pelican Lake and to the far reaches of Nicolet National Forest.

There are many resorts in the area to choose from. To begin, check out Three G’s Resort, Fisher’s Resort, Clear Lake Inn, Pinewood Lodge, Kafka’s Resort, Merry-Dale Resorts, Charlson’s Lakeview and Holiday Acres Resorts. Check online for their locations.

Weather Conditions

You can get the weather conditions, forecasts, and live radar graphics, from Northern Wisconsin to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, courtesy of a private meteorologist, logon to Johndee.com to get them all.

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