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Snowmobile Trail Conditions
Trails Open

All Sno-Eagles trails are 100% open.

Trails are in early season riding condition with a 7″ base.  Trails are in fair to very good condition.  We are expecting 1-3 inches of new snow today.
There is no access to Eagle Waters resort from Eagle Lake.
Do not cross any area lakes unless the trail has been clearly-marked crossing the ice.
Stay on marked trails and enjoy our system responsibly.

(Updated 1/18/2022)

Check the chart below for most recent updates.

Handy Snowmobile Links

Wisconsin Snowmobile Registration
Wisconsin Snowmobile Laws
Discount Trail Pass for Snowmobile Club Members – $10
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 Cty.  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

TRAIL NAMETRAIL #GROOMED WITHIN 24 HOURSNOTES & COMMENTS
TRAIL REPORT UPDATED JANUARY 18 AT 0749
Anvil Lake10EYESINCLUDING CHANTICLEER SPUR AND 9 MILE SPUR
Club Trail 1 North1NNO
Club Trail 1 South1SYES
Conover13NNO
Grampa Grahm1SYES
Manske Swamp10/13/3NO
Phelps17NNO
Sayner10W/7SNO
St. Germain70W/7NNO
Sugar Camp7N/17S/13SNO
Three Lakes3SYES
WI River Bridge10/13NO
Catfish LakeNATRAIL IS MARKED WITH BARRELS. STAY CLOSE TO BARRELS.
Eagle Lake1NNATRAIL IS MARKED WITH BARRELS. STAY CLOSE TO BARRELS. There is NO ACCESS to Eagle Waters Resort from Eagle Lake

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