Category Archive:Trails

Closed Trails

Due to weather conditions La Crosse county trails have closed as of 6 am on Wed Dec. 21st.

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.

We have our first substantial snow fall of the new season. We may start running some groomers in limited areas very snow to begin packing the light and fluffy snow we have received. Many areas are not yet ready to open, due to cattle in fields and pastures, signs not yet all up, wet areas not yet frozen and other possible issues. All trails will remain closed until further notice. Just because you see the groomer running does not mean the trails are open. Some club members may be out on their snowmobiles checking trails or opening gates and fences, do not assume they are open! Please stay off so we do not lose the privilege of riding on our very gracious landowners properties!

Closed Trails

Good afternoon,
Just want to remind everyone that even though we have snow that we cannot open the trails yet for various reasons. We may have the groomers out to try to pack the trail but there are areas that still need to be signed (Feel free to contact clubs to help out) and there are areas that need to freeze up yet. The coming cold air will help firm things up so please be patient.

The Calendar Raffle winners have been posted for November and December! Congratulations to all the winners for those months. Also, clubs are currently selling calendars for next year so please see a member to get yours!

Clubs are now out signing and getting ready for the season, make sure your membership is up to date and if you aren’t a member now is a good time to join. Don’t forget being a member of a club entitles you to a discount on your trail pass.

If you need to get your snowmobile safety class license be sure to check out the Wisconsin DNR site to see classes being held nearby.


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