Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: 8-20
Date of Report: February 14, 2019
Ashland County Snowmobile Report February 14, 2019
We asked for it and we got it…SNOW! Trails in Ashland County are open and grooming is in process. 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!
This weekend events:
02/16/2019: Glidden Snobears Annual Fundraiser Toilet Seat Races, Chinese Auction/ Chili & Soup Cook Off at Roxy’s Bar in Glidden. Registration 11am, race at 12noon, Chinese auction starts at 12noon, and drawing at 3pm. Get a chance to win Las Vegas Package, casino getaways, and gift certificates! Soup Chili Cook-off from noon-3pm. Judging at 3pm. Meat & Bucket Raffle to benefit the club. For rules and regulations or more information, contact Jeff at 715-264-6242.
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.
Snowmobiling InformationClick Here to order a Ashland County, WI snowmobile trail map. (Please include your Name, Address, City, State and Zip with your map request.)
Wisconsin’s Northwoods, running through beautiful Ashland County, is the best overall place for SNOWMOBILE TRAIL RIDING and FAMILY SNOWMOBILING. Snowmobiling in Ashland County not only offers picturesque views and well maintained trails; it also offers numerous lodging and dining choices that will be sure to please your entire family and friends. Ashland County enjoys every opportunity to boast about being tagged the Best Overall Snowmobiling Area; where the report you read on the web site or hear on the Ashland Chamber Snowmobile phone message is true, accurate and updated throughout the entire snowmobile season.
Many things make snowmobiling fun in Ashland County Wisconsin: the breathtaking beauty of our 640,693 acres of public land; the precision performance of your machine; the satisfaction of traversing the winter landscape with friends and family. Yes, there’s plenty of challenge awaiting you as you drive your snowmobile into our winter wonderland. We encourage you to always know your area by getting current maps and talking to the locals. Know your machine’s capabilities and don’t push beyond them and remember speed is not the measure of snowmobiling fun. Ease up on the throttle, especially when near other machines, people, trees and animals. It’s good sense. We invite you to ride our trails and share in the beauty of Ashland County.
Situated on the South Shore of THE LARGEST AND GREATEST OF THE GREAT LAKES, pristine Lake Superior, Ashland County Wisconsin is home to 640,693 acres of public land that provide endless trails for snowmobilers. We have 280 miles of groomed trails along with over 1000 miles of ungroomed forest roads for your riding pleasure. Our annual average snowfall is 73 inches.
We represent the communities of ASHLAND, ODANAH, SANBORN, MARENGO, HIGHBRIDGE, MELLEN, GLIDDEN, BUTTERNUT, CLAM LAKE, LAPOINTE ON MADELINE ISLAND.
The Northern Great Lakes is a great place to start your journey… it greets snowmobilers with a special area to warm or dry your gloves and hang your helmet while showcasing the entire area. It is found just off the Tri-County Recreational Corridor which runs from the City of Ashland to the City of Superior in Douglas County.
We are host to many scenic vistas in the Chequamegon National Forest with abundant wildlife of deer, wolf, black bear and ELK.
Guilty of bragging about our super-groomed trails, our local snowmobile clubs have made many improvements in the past years to make our trails safe and more enjoyable for sledders. The Ashland County Snowmobile Alliance grooms the trails and reports to us DAILY on Trail Conditions.
We invite you to experience snowmobiling at its best in Ashland County. Snowmobile maps/hospitality information is available by calling 800-284-9484 orwww.travelashlandcounty.com for what snowmobiling is all about.