January 14, 2016 Most trails will open on Friday Jan.15 at noon. Trail #26 from Midway to North Bend will remain closed until 8 PM Friday evening. Trail conditions could vary in a short distance and should be considered in fair to poor condition due to lack of snow. Please ride with caution and watch for ice in the corners and on hillsides.
Two sections will remain closed until further notice. The club trail from Fox Hollow Golf Coarse in Barre Mills to Charlies Inn on Hwy 14 and Trail #26 From Black Oak Grill and Saloon to the Black River at HWY VV will remain closed. Please watch for updates as we hope to open these sections soon.
Trail Update: (12/31/15 8:30 am)
All trails in La Crosse county remain CLOSED at this time. Groomers have been out trying to pack the snow to create a good base. We will have mud and some wet spots in some areas.
We hope to open most trails on Friday morning Jan. 1st. As a reminder riding on closed trails is considered trespassing. Please be patient! We will make another announcement later today regarding the exact trails that will open.
Please note the areas that remain closed.
Map with trails that are open in yellow is below, trails in blue are closed. Please remember that trails can open or close at any time.
LA CROSSE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE TRAIL REPORT
Thursday Feb. 19, 2015
Most trails in La Crosse County will open Fri. morning Feb. 20.
Stevenstown to Mindoro and Burr Oak, Mindoro to the Bangor trail, Four Corners to Bangor, the LaCrosse River Trail from Rockland to Onalaska and the Great River Trail from Onalaska to Trempealeau. Trail 29/31 will be open to Barre Mills. Most of these trails have been groomed and should be considered in fair condition at best with some bare spots.
All St. Josephs Ridge area trails will remain closed due to lack of snow. This includes all trails heading East and South of Barre Mills.
Trail 26 from Midway through Holmen and Stevenstown to the Jackson Co. line will remain closed due to lack of snow.
Trail conditions may change rapidly. Due to overall lack of snow some or all of these trails may close soon. Thank you for your patience.
Call our Trail Condition Hotline: 608-782-4500.