Category Archive:Open

Fri. Feb.3 2017
Most trails will open at noon today. Here is a list of trails that remain closed. Corridor 26 from Midway to Stevenstown, the Bluebird trail from Hwy F to Fox Hollow Golf Course  Trail conditions vary throughout the county. Hill tops and wooded areas will have good snow cover while valleys and open fields will not. If you are riding on a field where snow cover is thin please slow down and don’t damage the property. Also please stay on the marked trails and ride between the markers. Also watch for water over the trail between Stevenstown and North Bend.
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All trails in the county are now open.

. Trail conditions should be considered poor at this time. Please watch for branches, ice and possibly standing water on the trails.

For further information please call our trail condition hotline 608-782-4500.

Open Trails

Most trails in La Crosse County will open at 10 A.M. today.

Important Trail Information:

The Bluebird trail from Fox Hollow Golf Course to Charlies Inn will remain closed until further notice. Please watch for trail improvements through the Onalaska area and follow the marked trail. Please ride with caution throughout the county. Some areas have been groomed and some have not. Also watch for club members doing bridge repairs on Corridor 29 South of Newburgs Corners.

All trails remain open. Trail conditions will vary throughout the county. Some areas will have very good snow cover and other areas are expected to deteriorate fast. Please stay on the trails and ride between the markers. Snow cover on The LaCrosse River State Trail from West Salem to Rockland is getting thin in spots. Snow cover in other areas of the county may be thin as well. Just because there may be snow outside the markers doesn’t mean that we or you have permission to ride there. Overall conditions should be considered fair to poor. Please use your best judgement if you decide to ride.

Open Trails

All trails are now open. Trail conditions will vary throughout the county. Some areas will have very good snow cover and other areas are expected to deteriorate fast. Please stay on the trails and ride between the markers. Just because there may be snow outside the markers doesn’t mean that we or you have permission to ride there. Overall conditions should be considered fair to poor. Please use your best judgement if you decide to ride.