Late January check-in time: how is everyone doing on your New Year’s resolutions?
If you aimed to exercise more or spend more time in nature in 2021, we’ve got your back! Take to the trails of northern Wisconsin with one of these exhilarating snowshoe races. These …Read More
Put a little excitement in your life with a trip to the UP of Michigan where the Mid America Snow and Terrain Expert Racers (MASTERS) racing circuit springs to life with several snowmobile hillclimb competitions.
The season kicks off with a new form of racing that …Read More
In early times, fur traders and Native peoples handcrafted snowshoes to get around during winter. You can put on your own “shoes” (or XC skis) and follow in their footsteps with a trip to where two fur trading posts once existed side by side.
During summer, …Read More
The Fat Bike Birkie is the premier snow bike event in North America. At this race, riders test their skill and endurance on the legendary American Birkebeiner Ski Trail. This year, the event will take place on Saturday, March 13, 2021, beginning and ending at …Read More
Oconto County has over 480 miles of snowmobile trails that meander throughout the county and national forests for a true “Up North” experience. The well-groomed trails connect to others in Langlade, Forest, and Marinette counties in Wisconsin. You can even ride on up to the …Read More
In true Northwoods fashion, winter is going to the dogs—you should be so lucky! Of course, we’re talking about sled dog races in Merrill and Wausau this winter.
These dogs are true athletes, born to run across miles of frozen tundra during their participation in an …Read More
Wisconsin is where snowmobiling was born! The state continues to offer some of the best snowmobiling opportunities you are likely to find. More than 200,000 registered snowmobiles hit Wisconsin’s 25,000 miles of groomed trails each winter.
The riders discover new trails, meet new friends, and enjoy …Read More
Winter is here, and what better place to visit than postcard-perfect Dickinson County in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan? Whether solo or with family or friends, your starting point should be Iron Mountain, billed as “the Gateway to the U.P.” and the entire Dickinson County …Read More
Spend a day on the ice with family and friends looking for fish that aren’t social distancing. When you find them, reel them in, and claim a prize at one of the Northwoods’ iconic ice fishing contests. Polk County has several of those events for …Read More
Snowmobiling has come a long way from the early days, when trails were nonexistent and machines faltered en route to the rider’s destination. Today’s machines are incredibly reliable and comfortable, and a vast network of well-groomed and signed trails awaits snowmobile enthusiasts.
The Sayner/Star Lake Barnstormers …Read More