|Snowmobile Trail Maps|
|By Jim Lacy|
Wisconsin is home to more than 25,000 miles of top-quality trails that link every corner of the state. Wisconsin has a program administered by the Department of Natural Resources and cooperating counties, funded from snowmobile license fees and gas taxes, to mark and maintain thousands of miles of trails. Much of the field work done under the program is handled by volunteers from local snowmobile clubs.
Unfortunately, there is no statewide snowmobile corridor map available. Local snowmobile clubs, chambers of commerce, tourism centers, or local governments often produce detailed maps of trails within their area. The Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) has club information by county on their Website. We recommend contacting a local club in your area of interest to determine what maps might be available.
Polaris produces a free mobile application call RiderX "Snow Trails" that may be useful to riders interested in a mobile solution. Snow Trails maps can be "cached" for offline use in remote areas. According to the Polaris Website, trails information in RiderX is maintained by "approved members [volunteers] of our Trails Program."
|Last Updated on September 13, 2016|