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Trail Report – : Eagle River, Wisconsin – March 4, 2023

Reporter:Holly t
Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: Varied SNOW cover - Next SNOW Sunday night into Monday
Date of Report: March 4, 2023
Area Report:

March 4 2023 6:23am –  16 degrees – High 40

Trails Good on average

March riding can be the best but you have to ride it when we have the SNOW.  Today & tomorrow’s warm up will cause the SNOW to soften up. Riding along roads & open areas will burn down.  Woods riding has more SNOW & should be Good.  

Forecast has SNOW Sunday evening & Monday.  3-4 inches is forecast. 40 today & tomorrow and 30’s rest of the week during the day.  20’s or teens at night. It’s March.  Again ride it when we got it.

Groomers headed out last night heading north and west:

10W/13N to 17N intersection.  17N to 3N aka Manske Swamp. 3N west to 10W/13N connect. North to al eft/west turn heading to Wisconsin River bridge all the way to the west intersection of 10W/13N.  North/right on 13N to the Bauers/Buckatabon area connect with Conover.

10/13 heading south through town to 70W/7/13 intersection located just beyond the Dairy Queen.  Grooming 70W to St. Germain connect.  Grooming 13S to Sugar Camp connect. Midway down 13S is the intersection with 7.  7 groomed west to Cty Hwy H where it connects to the western Sugar Camp trails.

Once again please remember:

When you come upon a group of sleds in front of you on the trail.  Passing them can get you in trouble.   Have been seeing this all winter.  When an entire group passes, by the time the last sled passes, a sled could be coming from the other direction.

Remember as you ride & meet a groomer the equipment is NOT able to leave the trail due to it’s weight.  Pull over & stop.  Wait for direction from the driver.  Give ’em a thumbs up.  They groom so we can ride!

Eagle & Catfish Lake trails are still marked.  With the sun there is surface slush on the SNOW. If a lake is not marked it probably is not safe.

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Ride it when we got it!  See ya on the trails!

Holly Tomlanovich
Sno-Eagles Snowmobile Club
Proud Groomers of THE SNOWMOBILE CAPITAL OF THE WORLD® – Eagle River
715.479-5185 Trail Updates


News and Reports:

SNO-EAGLES EVENTS  – Wednesday & Thursday Guided Trail Ride s– 9:30am-3:00pm.  Meet on Trail 10/13 in town at the Railroad Depot – To be sure the rides a “go” check out 

March 4 – Mules UpNorth – Chef Rene’s at the Eagle River Inn – 6pm-9pm
March 7 – Sno-Eagles Board Meeting – 6pm – Snowmobile Museum – Hwy 45N
March 16 – Sno-Eagles General Member Meeting & Annual Election – 6pm – Eagle Waters Resort – Hwy 70E to Rangeline Rd
April 1 – Groom to Ride Raffle Drawing & Bucket Raffle – 1pm – WCDC – Hwy 45N
Check out for more area events – lots of hockey at the ERRA Sports Arena on Hwy 70E

Snowmobile Information:

Wisconsin Snowmobile Registration 
Discount Trail Pass for Snowmobile Club Members – $10 – Time to join a club!
Standard Wisconsin Trail Pass – $30
Out of State Trail Pass – $50
Vilas County Map It Trail App GPS style app of all trails in Vilas County.  Has all trail alerts. Plus includes the brown 3 digit emergency numbering system. If an emergency happens call 911 & give them that number.  Find you quicker.
Groomer Tracking Systems (GTS) Gives you trails groomed in last 24, 48 & 96 hours
Snowmobile Wisconsin – Know before you go!