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Conover, Wisconsin

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Discover the exhilaration of a winter wonderland! There are over 70 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in Conover alone, that link up to a network of over 500 miles of trails in Vilas County. 80 miles of X-country skiing trails abound in the Nicolet National Forest.

Anyone can easily travel North into the Upper Penninsula of Michigan, or head South to watch the World Championship Snowmobile Derby. We invite everyone to join us for what is nationally recognized as some of the finest snowmobiling in the Midwest !!!




Trail Conditions: Poor
Snow Cover: 8" & melting fast
Date of Report: February 18, 2017
Area Report:

We have hit mid 50’s with sunshine both Friday & Saturday. All exposed areas took a beating, road crossings and most road routes are bare. I’m rating the trails poor with some areas unridable and some wooded areas fair.

Vilas trails are technically open but I can only advise staying off the trails. Lakes are OK but slushy, stay by the barrels. Temps are forecast in the 40’s & 50’s until Thursday with a cool down and then snow on Friday/Saturday. 

All grooming operations are suspended until the weather changes.


News and Reports:

It crossed my mind that for those of you that have never snowmobiled in Vilas or surrounding, it is unlike areas further south. We really have nearly zero farm field crossings. Most riding is in the woods, some trails are on old rail grades & there are lots of lake crossings. But, be prepared to travel a distance to the next stop, especially along the northern portions of the county. Food is hard to find on Tuesdays, carry a snack.

Please stay on the trails; Trespassing is the fastest way to loose trails. Don’t forget you need a WI trail permit to ride the state’s groomed trail system. Aggressive riding causes more trail damage than slower, less aggressive riding. Ride right & be safe.