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AREA SNOWMOBILING


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Northwest
  • Northeast  • Central  •  Southwest  •  Southeast

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Bearskin/Hiawatha State Park Trail • BoBoen TrailHodag Sno-Trails •  Northwoods Passage 
Tuscobia State Trail


Bearskin/Hiawatha Trail



These two trails are currently separated by a 5.5 mile gap, but taken together or alone they provide a splendid journey along an old Milwaukee Roadrail corridor that hauled white pine to the Midwest and later carried a passenger trail named the "Hiawatha" The trail goes from Tomahawk to Heafford Junction. The trail crosses over the Wisconsin River on a low trestle which gives you expansive views of the river. Sections of the trail run parallel to and crosses Hwy 51 and a few country roads a number of times, making it necessary to watch for cross traffic. 

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BoBoen Snowmobile Trail



Gateway to Wisconsin Northwoods Snowmobile Trails; from which you can ride to destinations throughout Vilas County such as Boulder Junction, Presque Isle, Winchester, Manitowish Waters, Land O’Lakes, Conover and Phelps; destinations throughout Oneida County such as Hazelhurst, Sugar Camp, Three Lakes, Harshaw, Woodburo, Rhinelander, Monico and Pelican Lake; and destinations in Iron County such as Hurley and Mercer. BoBoen trails connect with Eagle River, Lake Tomahawk, Minocqua, Woodruff, Arbor Vitae, St. Germain, Sayner & Star Lake.
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ST. GERMAIN
Serenity Bay Resort
  



Hodag Sno-Trails



Hodag Sno-Trails
Rhinelander's original snowmobile club, has built and maintains over 140 miles of scenic, adventurous trails. The Hodags own and operate 3 pieces of grooming equipment: two tracked vehicles (Husky and Bombardier) and 
1 Fendt 4-wheel drive tractor. Our Trail Boss Drags put the finishing touch on our beautiful trails. The trails link Rhinelander, the "hub" of snowmobiling, with the following areas: Tomahawk, Lake Tomahawk, Minocqua, St. Germain, Eagle River, Three Lakes, Sugar Camp, Monico, Crandon, Pelican Lake, and Antigo. Stay at one of Kafka’s Resort trailside cabins located in Rhinelander.
Rhinelander's original snowmobile club, has built and maintains over 140 miles of scenic, adventurous trails. The Hodags own and operate 3 pieces of grooming equipment: two tracked vehicles (Husky and Bombardier) and 1 Fendt 4-wheel drive tractor. Our Trail Boss Drags put the finishing touch on our beautiful trails. The trails link Rhinelander, the "hub" of snowmobiling, with the following areas: Tomahawk, Lake Tomahawk, Minocqua, St. Germain, Eagle River, Three Lakes, Sugar Camp, Monico, Crandon, Pelican Lake, and Antigo. Stay at one of Kafka’s Resort trailside cabins located in Rhinelander.
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RHINELANDER
Kafka's Resort
 



Northwoods Passage Snowmobile Trail



The Northwoods Passage Snowmobile Club grooms trails from Rhinelander, West to Tomahawk, North to Minocqua, and South to the Gleason trails. The trails are well groomed and weather permitting, in peak condition throughout the winter riding season. Many businesses are located directly on the trail which offer easy access to restaurants, gas, convenience stations and ever popular recreational snowmobile rental, sales and service spots. Travel by snowmobile is great!
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Tuscobia State Snowmobile Trail



This 74-mile trail on a former rail corridor is one of the longest rail trails in the state, running from Park Falls to the Wild Rivers State Trail just north of Rice Lake. The trail passes through part of the Flambeau River State Forest and the rugged wilderness of Wisconsin's Blue Hills. The trail connects seven small communities in Barron, Washburn, Sawyer and Price counties, each providing year-round accommodations and services.
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