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***Eagle River, Wis. (VILAS COUNTY) -- as of Jan 26, 2015:Here is some important and detailed information about the trails and snowmobile opportunities in the Eagle River area:
The warm day time temps have softened up the snow everywhere, so it is squirrelly. Also, because the water table is high there might be slush or water in areas you want to ride.
The Eagle Lake trail and Catfish Lake loop are marked and OPEN. Stay by the barrels for your safety. Remember - -not all lakes are trails.
Alternate Trail 13S has a water spot on the east side as you ride south. It is passable by going over to the right (west).
It's cold in Eagle River - -so make sure you follow some simple rules:
* Dress for the cold, and forget being a "fashionista!"
* Do not ride alone
* Make sure your fuel tank is full
* Tell someone where you're headed
* Stay on marked trails
* Watch for the brown three digit numbers on the trails. If you get into trouble, you can call 911 and give them the number and they will be able to find you quickly.
Another great addition to the Eagle River trails is Day Trip Trailer/Tow Vehicle parking. The parking lot is located by driving north on Hwy. 45 and turning left on Bluebird Rd. Bluebird Rd. is in between Days Inn and Leif's Restaurant. Bluebird Rd. curves behind Leif's and that is where the parking is located. Watch for the signs.
The 100 miles of snowmobile trails are groomed and maintained by the Sno-Eagles snowmobile club in the Eagle River area and are continually inspected.
Sno-Eagles Inc. who groom and maintain the trails described strongly recommends that riders pick up a new 2015 Sno-Eagles trail map.
The "Proud Groomers of the Snowmobile Capital of the World®", the
Sno-Eagles, Inc." continue to groom the trails. "It's a great year to be a
sledder," says the website
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