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Trail Report – : Land O’ Lakes, Wisconsin – February 28, 2021

Reporter:Phil
Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: AWESOME!
Date of Report: February 28, 2021
Area Report:

WOW!!! I was depressed…season is over wah wah wah…a miracle. 6 plus inches of heavy snow just arrived and the groomers are out. YES!  We may make it a bit longer. It is a power busters dream out there now. Cold for the next few days then a warm up—again.


News and Reports:

THANK YOU for the great turnout at THE ALLEY Friday night. THANK YOU to THE ALLEY for hosting as a record $$$$$ was raised.

BENEFIT BREAKFAST at Sunrise Lodge March 13 and 14. Last Frosty Fundraiser of the year—let’s end an up and down season on a high note.



Trail Report – : Phelps, Wisconsin – February 28, 2021

Reporter:Phelps Snowmobile Club

Trail Conditions: Excellent

Snow Cover: 12″-18″

Date of Report: February 28, 2021

Area Report:

Snow arrived this morning giving us a good 4″ of new snow and still snowing.  Trails should be in excellent condition early this week with a warm up coming by mid week.  If your able and still want to ride, head on up for some great end of season conditions.  Please check back as conditions change for updates to trail conditions and status.  Please stay on the trails and ride safe.

Snowmobile Information:

http://awsc.org

Trail Report – : Eagle River, Wisconsin – February 28, 2021

Reporter:Holly t

Trail Conditions: Open

Snow Cover: Thin in most areas more snow in the woods

Date of Report: February 28, 2021

Area Report:

7:22am Currently 28 – High 34 – Low 5
 All Conditions On The Trails – Late Season Riding
And OPEN
Quick moving SNOW STORM heading to Wisconsin
GTS Trails app shows no grooming the last 24 hours

A quick moving SNOW STORM Warning is effect from this morning until 6pm tonight. Totals were 3-5 inches.  Totals have now increased to 5-7 inches.  Temp will be in the high 20’s & low 30’s for part of the SNOW event so much may not stick.  Will do another report mid to late afternoon with totals & conditions.

NO GROOMING OVERNIGHT.  Warm temps have burned down most of the trails.  If the SNOW develops with enough depth groomers will go out.

Best way to learn the trails is to buy a Sno-Eagles trail map. It also had the entire Vilas county trails on the backside.  Plus download the GTS trails app  It is available at the App Store.

If ya THINK COLD maybe it all will stick.  START DANCIN

Please stay on the trails to keep them trails open. 

Catfish & Eagle Lake trails are marked with orange reflective barrels.  Deep surface slush on both lakes.

SEE YA ON THE TRAILS….maybe!

Holly Tomlanovich
THE SNOWMOBILE CAPITAL OF THE WORLD® – Eagle River
Phone Trail Updates 715.479.5185 reporting conditions weekly
Eagle River area eventsSno-Eagles club events
Snowtracks Reports

News and Reports:

With Current Conditions Stay tuned for Wednesday & Thursday Trail Ride Updates
Be sure to contact Club President, Howard Wolf at 262.442.4876 for more information on the rides 

  • March 2 – Sno-Eagles Board of Directors meeting – VFW Post 8637 – 6pm – One block west of Eliason Realty – Hwy 70 on the left – Public Welcome
  • March 18 – General Membership Meeting – 7pm – Via Facebook – Goes to Sno-Eagles Snowmobile Club
  • March 19-20 – RAM Trucks National Snocross – World Championship Derby Complex -Stay tuned for more details!

Snowmobile Information:

Wisconsin Snowmobile Registration
Discount Trail Pass for Snowmobile Club Members – $10 – Time to join a club!
Standard Wisconsin Trail Pass – $30
Out of State Trail Pass – $50
Newly Updated Vilas County Map It Trail App GPS style app of all trails in Vilas Cty.  Plus includes the brown 3 digit emergency numbering system. If an emergency happens call 911 & give them that number.  Find you quicker.
Newly Updated Groomer Tracking Systems (GTS) Gives you trails groomed in last 24, 48 & 96 hours
AWSC – Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs
DNR Snowmobiling Helpful Information

Trail Report – : Phelps, Wisconsin – February 27, 2021

Reporter:Phelps Snowmobile Club

Trail Conditions: Good

Snow Cover: 8″-13″

Date of Report: February 27, 2021

Area Report:

Warm waether has replaced the sub-zero from a few weeks ago.  Trails have been groomed and are in good condition.  Warm tepms this weekend can cause conditions to change quickly.  Please use caution when out on the trails.  A few inches of snow is expected tommorrow which will help the trails.  Early week temperatures are perdicted to be in the upper 20″s to low 30″s.  Warmer weather is perdicted for wid to late week.  Please look back to this site for updates on trail conditions moving toward next weekend.  Please stay on the trails so that we don’t lose them.  What you think is public land may be someones private property.  Without these people, we would not have the trail system we have.

Snowmobile Information:

http://awsc.org

Trail Report – : Eagle River, Wisconsin – February 27, 2021

Reporter:Holly t

Trail Conditions: Open

Snow Cover: Varies – base & snow some areas – other no base no snow

Date of Report: February 27, 2021

Area Report:

February 27– 7:35am Currently 23 – High 45 – Low 28 tonight
 All Conditions On The Trails – Late Season Riding
And OPEN
GTS Trails app shows groomers out in the last 24 hours

While conditions continue to downgrade the groomers were out last night.  Nearly full grooming.  10E & it’s spurs were not groomed & the section of 70W from the Honey Bear heading west was not groomed.

Best way to learn the trails is to buy a Sno-Eagles trail map. It also had the entire Vilas county trails on the backside.  Plus download the GTS trails app  It is available at the App Store.

We have entered the “Adventure Sledding” time of the season.  When riding expect all sorts of conditions.  Next SNOW is Sunday with an 80% chance. 2-4 inches forecast.   If ya THINK COLD maybe it all will stick.  START DANCIN

Rode again yesterday heading out from my house on 10E near MJ’s Wayside(about 6 miles east).  It was GOOD all the way to the connection with the Three Lakes Trails & beyond. A few small burn throughs & some snirt in open areas.  This was around noon.  Trail 6 has National Forest logging & much of the trail was plowed from before the season started so much of it is very bad.  Three Lakes & Phelps are doing the best with a not good situation.  In Phelps rode 17S.  It had all conditions.  VERY GOOD, GOOD, FAIR & a little POOR at road crossings.  It runs to Shangri La Road & connects with Eagle River trails.  From there road riding with not a lot of cover.  Into the woods for short run.  POOR in that section. Out on Adams & headed north & west on 17 to Hwy 45N crossing.  FAIR & POOR.  After the crossing at the 17/3N intersection 17 is in POOR condition all the way to next Hwy 45N crossing.  There are areas of waters across the entire trail. After the crossing snow covered & FAIR to the 10/13 connect near Best Western.  Except the low spot by Kickback Grill.  Water there.  Through town very thin & FAIR.  Atl13/3S is VERY GOOD.  10E from Loon Lk Rd to Bloom Rd POOR.  Little snow on roads to where the trails starts at the Sports Arena.  From there home SNOW covered with a few exceptions & FAIR. 79 mile ride.

Please stay on the trails.

Catfish & Eagle Lake trails are marked with orange reflective barrels.  Deep surface slush on both lakes.

Ride it while we got it. 

Holly Tomlanovich
THE SNOWMOBILE CAPITAL OF THE WORLD® – Eagle River
Phone Trail Updates 715.479.5185 reporting conditions weekly
Eagle River area eventsSno-Eagles club events
Snowtracks Reports

News and Reports:

With Current Conditions Stay tuned for Wednesday & Thursday Trail Ride Updates
Start at the Historic Railroad Depot on Trail 10/13N – 9am departure
Be sure to contact Club President, Howard Wolf at 262.442.4876 for more information on the rides 

  • February 27 – UTV Arctic Derby Dash – Volunteers needed
  • February 27 – Groom to Ride raffle drawing – 1pm – Trackside – Hwy 45N – Tickets available at businesses all through Eagle River, Conover & Three Lakes – Buckets raffles too!
  • March 2 – Sno-Eagles Board of Directors meeting – VFW Post 8637 – 6pm – One block west of Eliason Realty – Hwy 70 on the left – Public Welcome
  • March 18 – General Membership Meeting – 7pm – Via Facebook – Goes to Sno-Eagles Snowmobile Club
  • March 19-20 – RAM Trucks National Snocross – World Championship Derby Complex -Stay tuned for more details!

To volunteer or for more information on Sno-Eagles activities
contact Howard Wolf at 262.442.4876

Snowmobile Information:

Wisconsin Snowmobile Registration
Discount Trail Pass for Snowmobile Club Members – $10 – Time to join a club!
Standard Wisconsin Trail Pass – $30
Out of State Trail Pass – $50
Newly Updated Vilas County Map It Trail App GPS style app of all trails in Vilas Cty.  Plus includes the brown 3 digit emergency numbering system. If an emergency happens call 911 & give them that number.  Find you quicker.
Newly Updated Groomer Tracking Systems (GTS) Gives you trails groomed in last 24, 48 & 96 hours
AWSC – Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs
DNR Snowmobiling Helpful Information

Trail Report – : Sugar Camp, Wisconsin – February 26, 2021

Reporter:Matt Winters

Trail Conditions: Poor

Snow Cover: 14″

Date of Report: February 26, 2021

Area Report:

Trails are deteriorating rapidly with the warm temperatures we have been receiving. There are a few patches of dirt, a lot of snirt, and a lot of corners are blown out daily.

Trail Report – : Spooner and Washburn County, Wisconsin – February 26, 2021

Reporter:Washburn County

Trail Conditions: Good

Snow Cover: 5 – 9″

Date of Report: February 26, 2021

Area Report:

Official Trail Report: All Washburn County Snowmobile Trails are open at this time. Trail conditions are good with a 5 to 9 inch snow base. All clubs are out grooming, so please exercise caution and watch for active trail grooming equipment while you’re enjoying the trails.

Groomer Reports:
Long Lake Trail (Reported by the Long Lake Chamber of Commerce): 
2/19 – The lake trail was groomed the evening of 2/19. Snowmobilers, please do not ride on the cross country ski trail. Maps are available on the Long Lake Chamber’s Facebook page

Trail Report – : Boulder Junction, Wisconsin – February 26, 2021

Reporter:boulderwi

Trail Conditions: Fair

Snow Cover: 12-18 inches

Date of Report: February 26, 2021

Area Report:

Boulder Junction Trail Report 2/26/2021

With temperatures at 37 degrees at 11:00 a.m., our trails have held up to this point.

We groomed 15S and 8E yesterday morning and 2W, 51, 8W, and 8E early this morning. We will be grooming 15N, 6E, and 15S later today.

Surprisingly, our trails are in fair to good shape. As expected, areas exposed to the direct sun are getting bare and there are some puddles developing with the warm weather.

Hi temp forecasts are for 40 today and 42 tomorrow. Without any significant snow forecast, this may be our last Hoorah! So get out and enjoy the trails while they last.

Please be safe out there, ride on the right, respect others, and enjoy the trails and our area businesses.

Think snow!

Landy Roepke

Trail Manager

April 24. Boulder Junction Snowmobile Club Cabin Fever Party. Gooch’s 2 Bar & Grill. 2-9pm

Trail Report – : Sayner, Wisconsin – February 26, 2021

Reporter:SaynerStar Lake Barnstormers

Trail Conditions: Unknown

Snow Cover: Dwindling fast

Date of Report: February 26, 2021

Area Report:

I wish I had better news for you all.  The warm temps and heavy traffic are deteriorating our trails very quickly.  The good news is; there is still some great riding in the woods where it’s more protected from the sun.  You’ll just have to ride over exposed dirt and softening conditions to get to the good sections.  Get out there now and take advantage of what’s left!!

The Barnstormers will groom our entire system tonight, and then we’ll most likely be done until conditions improve.

The forecast is for 40 degrees today and 43 tomorrow with some sun.  There is a chance of 1-3″ of snow on Sunday with a high of 32.  Monday’s high is just 17, but starting Tuesday, we’ll be in the upper 30s to low 40s the rest of the week.

Folks, I hate to say it, but this could be the last weekend.  We’ll hope that the forecasters are wrong and we get some significant snow soon, but the warmers temps are taking their toll on the trails.

We want to thank all of you for coming up to ride our trails and support our businesses.  It truly is appreciated.

  • Logging operations are continuing throughout the northwoods and in many areas where snowmobile trails are located.  Loggers have first priority!  PLEASE be respectful of them and make every attempt to stay out of their way.  DO NOT engage with them.  Loggers have a legal right to close any snowmobile trail where they are working.  They are being cooperative with the clubs and working with us the best they can.  PLEASE do not give them reason to close the trails.

Thank you for your patience and support.  Ride Right and Stay Safe!

News and Reports:

Mark your calendar for these Barnstormer events!

https://www.saynerbarnstormers.com/events