|VILAS COUNTY TRAILS||TRAIL CONDITIONS - UPDATED ON MARCH 25 AT 6:40 AM||NEW SNOW (IN.)||SNOW DEPTH (IN.)||TRAIL BASE (IN.)|
|OPEN||Good ||0 inches new snow as of 6:23 AM March 25.||19 inches||0-14 inches|
DATE: March 20, 2023
- There are areas where the sun toasted a few spots. Roads can be bare and will continue to deteriorate quickly.
Trails on the north side of HWY 70 from St. Germain going east out of Eagle River will have several bare spots, again, where the sun can hit the trail.
Going north to Conover and Sayner, trails are still good. South to Three Lakes, Sugar Camp are good.
Turns can be icy and watch for wet spots!
Enjoy the last few days of late season riding.
Barrels have been removed from Eagle and Catfish Lakes. Lake travel is not recommended.
The Sno-Eagles have far exceeded our state funding for the year.
Grooming may be limited unless additional funding is obtained for fuel costs.
Donations to the Groomer Fuel Fund are welcome! This will enable us to groom till the season closes later this month.
Donate on the Sno-Eagles website Donate page. Select Groomer Fuel Fund.
Ride at a safe speed.
Respect landowner property.
Ride Right for safety.
Sno-Eagles use trail traffic counters as part of our trail management strategy.
The following link is to our trail counter partner: www.trafx.net
Get current trail conditions on your phone with the Groomer Tracking Systems app
Be familiar with Wisconsin Snowmobile Laws
Download Wisconsin Snowmobile Laws here
|TRAIL NAME||TRAIL #||GROOMED WITHIN 24 HOURS||NOTES & COMMENTS
TRAIL REPORT UPDATED ON MARCH 25 AT 6:40 AM
|Club Trail 1 North||1N||NO||TRUCKS HAULING ON DEERVIEW LN - EXERCISE CAUTION|
|Club Trail 1 South||1S||NO|
|Conover||13N||NO||ONE-WAY NORTHBOUND CLOSED FOR THE SEASON.|
|Phelps||17N||NO||TRUCKS HAULING ON DEERVIEW LN - EXERCISE CAUTION.|
|WI River Bridge||10/13||NO|
|Catfish Lake||NA||BARRELS HAVE BEEN REMOVED. AVOID LAKE TRAVEL.|
|Eagle Lake||1N||NA||BARRELS HAVE BEEN REMOVED. AVOID LAKE TRAVEL.|
Sled Safe and Sled Smart
Snowmobile fatalities have surged this year. Make safety the top priority for every ride.
It is never OK to drink and operate a snowmobile. Impairment of any kind – drugs or alcohol – can have tragic consequences.
Always operate within the limits of your skills, visibility, and snowmobile.
Stop and look both ways before crossing a road. All snowmobile operators are required to obey stop sign postings and stop.
Speed is the No. 1 cause of serious snowmobile rider injury and death.
Please ride at a safe speed, ride sober and ride on the right side of the trail. “Ride Right,” so you ride home safe to your family and friends.
Snowmobile crash incidents can be found HERE