La Crosse County Snowmobile Alliance maintains 144.6 miles of state funded trails for the six member clubs that handle the marking and maintaining of the trail system. Our trails range from a bike trail along Lake Onalaska to climbing a bluff to a view overlooking the La Crosse River Valley below. You may experience city street riding to woods and farm fields.
The Bangor Blizzard Busters Inc. are located in Bangor, Wisconsin and meet on the first Wednesday of each month at 7 pm at the Village Inn. Located along the LaCrosse River bike trail between Sparta and West Salem, Bangor offers several restaurants and a refueling stop as you travel the trails.
The Holmen Coulee Comets meet on the second Thursday of each month at 7:30 pm at the Pizza Corral. (Google map) Holmen is located in the northwest corner of La Crosse county with several restaurants and a gas station located close to the trail. Every fall the Coulee Comets host the Snow’s A Coming dance that is a fundraiser for the club. They can be contacted via their website: Holmen Coulee Comets
The Mindoro Country Classic club meets at the Top Dawg Restaurant (Google map) on the second Tuesday of the month in Mindoro. Mindoro has several restaurants along with a fuel stop.
The Onalaska Coulee Sno-Drifters meet the first Thursday of the month at the Onalaska American Legion (Google map) at 7 p.m. The club hosts a chili feed and swap meet in October at the Legion grounds and an annual charity ride in February with 2Brothers Powersports. Check out the events page for more information.
The city of Onalaska is the largest city on the trail system for La Crosse County and is the meeting point for the Great River bike trail and the La Crosse river trail. Being the second largest city in the county Onalaska has plenty to offer for the snowmobiler. With several motels, restaurants and fuel stops all within feet of the trail, the city also has powersport repair facilities either directly located on the trail or close by. Please be aware though of the trail closure restrictions as the trail is locked and gated from 10:30 p.m. to 7 a.m if trying to get through the city between those hours you will need to ride to Bangor or Holmen to get around.
The St. Joe’s Ridge Runners meet the first Wednesdays of the month at 7 pm in the Lion’s Shelter. (Google map) St. Joe’s has several restaurants located along the trails with St. Joe’s Country Market having fuel.
The West Salem Table Rock Riders meet on the last Thursday of each month at Westview Inn (Google map) at 7:00 P.M. West Salem has several restaurants, fuel locations along with a motel connected to the La Crosse River bike trail that follows interstate 90. The bike trail also has a parking lot that is right on the trail to allow you to unload and hit the trail directly.