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Boulder Junction, Wisconsin

Trail Conditions: Fair
Snow Cover: 4-8 inches
Date of Report: January 18, 2021
Area Report:

Boulder Junction Snowmobile Trail Report 1/18/2021

Unlike last weekend, sled traffic was up this weekend with 604 sleds going past our trail counter.

Over the weekend we groomed Trails 15N, 6E, 8W, and 2W. We are doing the best we can with the snow conditions we are dealing with.

We have received reports of riders going off trail on private property, but sled traffic on the airport spur has improved with the new markings.

Trails remain rideable, but you will encounter icy corners, some bare spots, and scattered snirty sections. Road trails remain good, but overall our trail system is rated as fair to poor. Our forecast calls for scattered lake effect snow the next couple of days with the next possible snow event coming next weekend.

If you are going to ride, please be careful, stay on the marked trails, and have a good time.

Trail advisory: If riding on the Boulder Junction airport spur trail, please stay on the edge of the runway parallel to the road in both directions. Damage has been done to the runway and if it continues, we could potentially lose access to this trail.

Think snow! – Landy Roepk, Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club

Join us for these upcoming events:

February 6. 13th Annual Frozen Tozen Ice Fishing Tournament. Boulder Lake. 8am-4pm

February 14. Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club Breakfast. Boulder Beer Bar. 8:30am-11am

Snowmobiling Information

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The snowmobiling is outstanding in the Musky Capital of the World®. Explore hundreds of miles of well-groomed trails and enjoy outstanding woodland scenery. Local restaurants, lodging properties and retailers have been catering to snowmobilers for decades. When the snow flies, Boulder Junction is the place to be!    


Boulder Junction is surrounded by 130 miles of local trails which connect with thousands of miles of trails running throughout northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The dedicated, hardworking Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club keeps area trails in fantastic condition throughout the season.




When there isn’t snow on the ground, vacationers come from across the Midwest to boat, paddle and swim the area’s 194 crystal clear lakes. The fishing for musky, walleye, bass and panfish is second to none. And Boulder Junction’s biking and hiking trail system is among the best in Wisconsin, offering both paved and unpaved trails. Simply put, Boulder Junction is the classic Northwoods vacation destination.