Freshly groomed trails are waiting for riders in Eagle River.  The sledding this season is wonderful.
 
Both land and lake trails in Eagle River are open, groomed and smooth. There are a few spots with icy corners,  with much of the entire trail system in excellent riding condition.  Temperatures rising to about 30 degrees F. today.  This type of pop up in temps often brings in lake effect snow.  Cross your fingers!
 
The Catfish Lake Loop and Eagle Lake Trail are both marked with orange reflective barrels. Stay by them for safety.
 
Log hauling off of Trail 10/13 west of the Wisconsin River snowmobile bridge continues. Should be done soon.  On or about the 15th of January there will
be logging on Mathwig Rd.  There will be crossing of the trail out there. When it starts we will provide exact details.  Stay tuned.
 
Eagle River is consistently ranked as "The best overall snowmobiling vacation destination," as well as "number one" for best trail riding, best
trail signing, best area catering to families, best area snowmobile service facilities, and best for weekends or daytrips. Come and enjoy "The Eagle River 500" - - 500 miles of the greatest snowmobile trails anywhere. Perfectly groomed and inspected.  Enjoy pristine beauty, welcoming and helpful people, and all the needed accommodations, services, infrastructure, food, beverage and entertainment  for any and all tastes.
 
The "Proud Groomers of the Snowmobile Capital of the World®", the Sno-Eagles, Inc." continue to groom the trails.
 
Information: Recorded trail update: 715-479-5185; Eagle River Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center ; 800-359-6315; 715-479-6400; web: www.eagleriver.org
 
Let us know about updates on your trails by emailing cgreen@kalmbach.com