Welcome to Langlade Snow. The intent of this page is to keep you informed of snowmobile trail conditions in Langlade County
in Wisconsin. I will also post upcoming events that would be of interest to snowmobilers. If you are a first time
snowmobiler to our County, you will notice that the trail map has numbers at all intersections. The numbers are also
located on the trail at the corresponding intersections. The reason for intersection numbers are two-fold: 1. SAFETY: In
the event of an emergency, rescue personnel will be able locate you quicker. 2. ASSIST the snowmobiler in pin pointing
where you are. In the future GPS coordinates may be added to the intersection signs.
On the Langlade County Snowmobile Map are zones A & B. Usually the trails in Zone A will open prior to those in Zone B;
this is because some of the trails in Zone B go through open fields in the Antigo area (a lot of the snow can be blown off the fields).
RIDE SAFE STAY RIGHT
LANGLADE COUNTY TRAILS:----ZONE "A" "USER" funded trails will OPEN Friday, 11 Jan, 2019 at 5PM; with the following exceptions: Corridor 9 South of Polar to Phlox will open Saturday, 26 Jan., also the trail between Intersections 54C & 53A will be closed due to logging operations. ZONE "B" will OPEN at 0800, Wednesday, 30 Jan 2019. Use caution in the fields in Zone "B", as there may be some areas that are thin on snow.
TRAIL CONDITIONS:---------------8:07 AM 2/20/2019: Trail conditions have to be very good. All clubs have been able to groom. With the colder temps over night, they should set up pretty good; but with this much snow and traffic they will loosen up. There is logging on five cent road( I51A to I53B) & Pine Lake road (N. of I56 & I57) W. of Elcho. But still be prepared for the unexpected changing trail conditions.
Zone "B" will OPEN at 0800, Wednesday, 30 Jan, 2019. This means the entire county is open.
WEATHER:------8:07 AM 2/20/2019
Wednesday: NOW: 15 HIGH: 26, Periods of snow. 100% chance of snow with 5-8". WIND: E 10-15
Wednesday night: LOW near: 19, Cloudy. A few flurries or snow showers possible. WIND: WSW 10-15
Thursday: HIGH near: 29, Cloudy. WIND: W 10-15
Thursday night: Low near: 10, Partly cloudy in the evening, then becoming cloudy overnight. WIND: L & V
Some confusion existed last season on a corner between I22 & I22A (north of Elton). On this corner there is a local trail that is groomed by locals to access the main trail. This local trail brings you out on Sherry Road & then Hwy 64 just west of Elton. Some riders are thinking this corner is I22A, and the trail south to Elton for gas. At this corner continue east for a couple miles to I22A, then south if you need gas at Borucki's Shell.
NOTE: Trail passes can be ordered as of 1 July, also this year, a receipt for your $10 trail pass will be available to down load that will be good for 3 weeks. For questions on the trail pass & registration, call the DNR at 888.936.7463
Total snowfall 2012-2013: 57 3/4"
Total snowfall 2013-2014: 69 3/4"
Total snowfall 2014-2015: 47 1/4"
Total snowfall 2015-2016: 49" (18 1/2" after trails closed)
Total snowfall 2016-2017: 49 3/4"
Total snowfall 2017-2018: 64 3/4" (31 1/2" after trails closed)
2013-2014: First snow--8 Nov--1/4", melted next day
2014-2015: First snow--5 Nov--1 1/4"
2015-2016: First snow--28 Oct--2 1/4"
2016-2017: First snow--19 Nov--1/2"
2017-2018: First snow--01 Nov--2 1/2"
2018-2019: First snow--14 Oct--1 1/2"
SNOW FALL LAST 24 HOURS: 0"
Snow on the ground at White Lake: almost to much.
2018-2019 daily snowfall
14 Oct---1 1/2"Heavy snow showers Sunday afternoon, melted the next day or so.
04 Nov---1 3/4" Melted next day
09 Nov-- 1 1/2"
10 Nov---3 1/2"
19 Nov---3/4" morning of 19 Nov
27 Dec---3" packy snow early morning
27 Dec---rain all day, snow is mush
07 Jan---5"wet snow, with lite rain now
07 Jan---a steady RAIN (after the snow) until mid afternoon
17 Jan---1/2" yesterday afternoon
22 Jan---3/4" early morning
22 Jan---1 1/4" during the day
23 Jan---1/4" during the day
24 Jan---1/2" during the day
28 Jan---2" early morning & still lite snow
28 Jan---2 1/2" during the day
05 Feb---5 1/2"
06 Feb---1/2" overnight
07 Feb---5" afternoon/evening of 7 feb
10 Feb---3", snow all day
2016/2017 TRAIL OPENING/CLOSING
27 Dec---ZONE "A" OPEN at 0800, 27 Dec
06 Jan---ZONE "B" OPEN at 5PM, 06 Jan
18 Jan---All trails temporarily CLOSED at 5pm, 18 Jan
27 Jan---ZONES "A" & "B" (entire county) will RE-OPEN Friday at 8AM, 27 Jan
19 Feb---ZONE "B" CLOSED 8AM, 19 Feb.
23 Feb---Zone "A" CLOSED at 2:07PM, 23 Feb,2017 (ALL county trails are CLOSED).
2017/2018 TRAIL OPENING/CLOSING
18 Jan---ZONE "A" OPEN at 8AM, 18 Jan
27 Jan---ZONE "B" OPEN at 7AM, 27 Jan
20 Mar---ZONE "A" CLOSE at 5PM, 20 Mar
16 Mar---ZONE "B" CLOSE at 8AM, 16 Mar
2019/2020 TRAIL OPENING/CLOSING
11 Jan---ZONE "A" OPEN 5PM, 11 Jan 2019.(ZONE "A" exceptions--the trail from I54C to I53A is closed for logging in the Parrish area.
30 Jan---ZONE "B" will open 30 Jan 2019 at 0800. Some of the fields around Antigo may be a little thin on snow. Be prepared for changing trail conditions.
The trail east of Lily (Corr 9/16), is a shared trail/driveway. The shared trail/driveway starts where the trail enters the woods after you leave Bostwick Rd and continues east for a couple miles.
The trail north of the Sno Birds clubhouse on Turtle Lake Rd is a shared trail/driveway for about 3/4 mile from Turtle Lake Rd. to the bridge on the north loop from the club house.
09 Dec 1st ride of 2013-2014: Trailered to Watersmeet, MI.
05 Dec 1st ride of 2014-2015: Trailered to Watersmeet, MI.
21 Dec 1st ride of 2015-2016: Trailered to Greenland, MI.
25 Dec 1st ride of 2016-2017: Trailered to Mountain, WI.
19 Dec 1st ride of 2017-2018: Trailered to Watersmeet, MI
10 Dec 1st ride of 2018/2019: Trailered to Watersmeet, MI
03 Mar 2013-2014
08 Mar 2014-2015
04 Mar 2015-2016
04 Mar 2016-2017
15 Mar 2017-2018
2018-2019 Season Rides:
10 Dec Trailered to Watersmeet, MI. Rode trail 2 east to the jct of 107 North. The snow on #2 was a little thin, with small ares of small stones, but certainly rideable. Not to long after heading north on 107 I encountered a stretch of very rutted trail that continued for what seemed like miles. I was close to turning around, but eventually got thru the mess & the trail improved. Continued North on 107 to the jct of 150, then continuing North on 107. No trails were groomed, but there had been several sleds on the trail, which packed the snow giving a smooth trail 6-8'wide. I was not in a hurry anyway as these were break-in miles on a new sled & an old body. Continued North on 107 to the jct of FH 4580 & the trail; most sled traffic had taken FH4580. There was enough snow on the shoulders for the hyfax & cooling. FH 4580 runs due north for about 2 miles to HWY 2, with the #8 trail just across the highway. Took #8 east to Kenton, continuing east to Sidnaw. Stopped here for a short break, then north on 8/15 to the jct of 8/15-109. Had to turn around here as I had to get back for two club meetings in the evening. It was kind of hard to turn around, as the groomer had just come from the NE, and then turned to the NW on 109. I then backtracked to the jct of 107/150. Took 150 to the west to the jct of 3. Thought I would try a different trail (3) back to trail 2. Tr 3 was a little thin with some rough spots, but it was a lot better than 107 back to 2. Although no trails were groomed, they were all very rideable (the short section on 107 being the exception). I will probably repeat this ride this weekend as I would like to ride 109 & 12 to Rousseau & Mass City.
14 Dec Trailered to Watersmeet. Rode 2 east to 3 north. A few more small stones on the grade. 3 is not groomed, but it is alot better than 107 from 2 to 150. Took 107 all the way to Kenton--mistake; where the trail (107) meets FH4580 I took the trail to Kenton. This section of 107 is in very bad condition, any way I made it to Kenton & continued on to Sidnaw. Quite a few sleds from a Rockford,IL club were at Sidnaw on a club ride. After a short stop at Sidnaw, rode the gorg trail-8/15-109 (groomed & very good) to Laird road. Turned around at Laird road as it was plowed with very little snow; I later found out it was only plowed for a short distance. Backtracked to the jct of 109-8/15, rode 8/15 for 5-6 miles towards Baraga (groomed). Then back to Sidnaw for lunch. On the way back I took 8 all the way to FH4580, taking FH4580 south to the trail. The warm weather was taking a toll on what little snow was on the road (4580). Back on 107, 150, 3, & 2 back to Watersmeet. A few more small stones were appearing on the grade (2) as a result of the warm weather. After this weekend 2 might be be pretty well used up. More snow is definetly needed in the Watersmeet area.
29 Dec Trailered to Watersmeet. Rode 2 east to 3 north to the jct of 3/150. (2 was thin with a few small stones). 3N was rough all the way to 150. Took 150 east to 107. 107N to 4580 to trail 2. (150 & 107 not grooomed, but enough snow to be groomed). 2 east to Sidnaw where I met up with 4 friends. From Sidnaw north on 8/15, then 15 to L Anse, turned around before L Anse, tried 8 to Nestoria, but 8 was gated, back tracked to 159 north, then forest rds west to 109, continued on 109 & then 12 to Rousseau for lunch. Needed gas, so headed for Mass City on 12, 12 was just plain ugly rough, (although there was enough snow to groom). After gas back tracked to Rousseau, just east of Rousseau jumped on forest rds for the rest of the afternoon. Parted company with the 4 friends where the trail 2 crosses hwy 28. An uneventual ride back south to the jct of 107/159 in the dark. Noticed a small group at the jct of 3/159 looking at a map. The map shows the jcts of 3/159 & 159/107 being 2-3 miles apart, when they are only a couple hundred yards apart, being dark this added to their confusion. Took 107 south to 2 (one kind of a rutted/rough section on 107 before 2). 2 back to Watersmeet was getting kind of used up. Hopefully the trails south of hwy 28/trail 2 will be groomed.
5/6 Jan Trailered to Washburn. Rode two days in the Valhalla area. Riding was mostly on forest roads in the national forest, with ocassional short rides on the trail. The trails in the area of the Pub & Grub were groomed & it looked like the groomer had headed towards Red Cliff. Rode the trail part way to Cornicopia, turned around just short of Cornicopia at the jct of 1/11. Trail to here was quite challenging. At some point in time they will have to do some serious brushing. Back tracked south & rode forest roads the rest of the day. On Saturday started out riding forest roads, ( all foresrt roads were not groomed, but were good to very good). Decided to try & get into Herbster, again the trail was not groomed, but had adequate snow. Again the trail was quite challenging with several areas of washouts. Decided to turn around & leave this trail for another day. Headed south & rode forest roads the rest of the day. I found this year that more of the forest roads are plowed for logging. One thing that affects the trails in this area; and other areas as well, is that they are extremely short handed when it comes to grooming operators or trail work. All in all, had a good ride as it was early season riding for that area.
10 Jan Trailered to Animals at the Jct of Hwy 64 & Cty T. Rode N. & W. getting on the Langlade County trail N. to Lily jct 96. From I96 E. to Oconto & Forest counties. For 2 miles E. of I96 the road/trail is plowed for logging & VERY icy. There is no way to get snow for cooling. This was the only problem area. Trails around Wabeno & Laona were good, as was the Nicolet St Tr.
12 Jan Rode from White Lake N. to I22C just south of the Wolf River bridge, then W. to I22B, I22A, & I22, then N. to I23, N.thru the Crockers to I99, continued N. to Lily with a short stop at the Sno Birds clubhouse, continued N. to I101B, then W. to I101, then N. to I100, taking the E. loop to I73, then N. to Hummer's for a short stop, (all trails to Hummer's were good to very good) from Hummer's E. to Pickerel--this stretch of trail was getting kind of used up, from Pickerel NW to the old Frog Alley, and then the Wolf River State Trail back to White Lake. All trails were good, no dirt, very few stones, with some ice to be aware of. For trail opening the grade hasn't been this good for many years. From reports the trails in the Jack Lake & NW of Summit Lake were good.
13 Jan Rode from White Lake N. to I21, then E. to langlade & I20, then N. to I19, I18, I17, I96, The W. to the grade, (Bostwick Rd is a little thin as usual) then N. to I94A, then W. to Northwoods Inn for breakfast, continuedto Pickerel & W. to I74 (Hummer's), this section is still used up. S. to I73, I100, I101, then E.to I101B, and the N. loop to the sno birds, from the snow birds S. thru the Crockers to I23, then E. to I22 on the grade, and back to white Lake.Trails are still holding fairly well, although a little more ice is starting to appear. NOTE: If you lost a rear tunnel bag, send me an e/m, I found one W. of the grade.
14 Jan Trailered to Kettlebowl. The state was there to inspect the tows, after inspection 3 riders from the Bryant club met me at the hill. They had come up thru Crockers & said it was good. Headed N. to Lily & the Wolf River St. Trail, then N. to Crandon. Grade waas good to Crandon, as we crossed Hwy 8 we encountered ballast rock for a short distance. Had lunch in Crandon, then headed E., trail 9 was thin for a ways, but then got pretty good. Continued E. to FC I32, FC I31, continued E. on 9 to where it jcts with 7 on tghe Nicolet State Tr., then south to Laona, then W. to FC I24 & S. to FC I26 continuing W. to the grade. Parted company with the Bryant group here, I had to get back to white Lake as I had a meeting to go to. So S. on the grade home. All trails were good, with exception of the short stretch in Crandon.
15 Jan Rode from White Lake. Wife wanted to go for a short ride. Rode N. to I18, then W. I22B, I22A, I22, turned around at I22, then E. I22C at the Wolf River bridge, then north to Lily, turnee around at I97 (hwy55), and then back to White Lake. All trails were good, & all had just been groomed. Again, the trails are alot better than I expected for just opening & limited snow, nothing to complain about. I think I'll give the sled a rest for a couple days.
22 Jan Met up with a group from the Bryant Ridge Runners snowmobile club north of Bryant at I103. Rode W. to I103A,(field was a little thin--but rideable) then N. to I73A, NW to I72, I71, w. to I68, then N & W to I63, N. to I62, W. to I61(near Summit Lake), N. to I60 &I59, W. to I58, then N. to Boondockers at Monico for lunch,(trails were good to here), after lunch headed E. along Hwy 8 to Crandon, this section to Crandon was good. Struggeled a little bit getting thru Crandon to the grade; not real well marked. Got to the grade & headed S.(still ballast on the grade on the E. side of Crandon). The leader turned off the grade at some point at a jct to Mole lake, then further on took a turn for Walleye Lodge, (the trail from the grade to the Lodge was quite used up)crosseed the Lake to FC I90, then S. to Pickerel Lake, crossed Pickerel Lake to the E., then SW to I83, I75, I74, I73, I73B,(the trail steadily improved after we left Walleye Lodge) some of the group split at I73B for differnt routes back home, continued S. to I100, I101, I102, & I103. I had trailered to a farm near I103. All in all , a good ride with the exception from the grade to walleye Lodge. For some reason I couldn't remember or recognize this trail, it's possibly a new trail.
23 Jan rode from White Lake N. up the grade to Lily, then E. to I96, continued NE to I95, (the plowed road just E. of I96 had ample snow for hyfax/cooling)comntinued E. to I95A, I95B, N. on LMT4 to OC I4, E. on LMT2 FC 3 just S. of Carter, then N.on the Nicolet St tr to Carter, Wabeno, Laona, Newald, Popple River, Long Lake, ending up at White Tails, all trasils very good to here--I met groomers on different areas of the trails, or there was evidence of very recent grooming. Had lunch at white Tails & then back tracked to Laona for a fuel stop, continued WE. with a short stop at Johnnies, surprisingly only two snowmobilers here, left Johnnies & headed S. to FC I19, then worked my way back to the wolf River St. Tr. & kS. to Whitye Lake. All trails were a 10, if I want to nit pick, there was s short section on the Nicolet St. Tr. in the vicinity of Cty G that had small stones on the surface. Again over all very good to excellent trails. In talking with snowmobilers, the trail to Hiles was good, also to Argoone, & from Hiles to the West to Hwy 45 was good.
26 Jan -30!!!
26 Jan -18. Rode the WRST to Lily and then to the Sno Birds for the 35th Ride-In. Dressed for the cold, and a nice ride up the grade. I have been up the grade to many, many times, but early morning rides always seem exceptional. Trail was a 10 all the way up. For awhile I had the only sled at the club house. The turn-out was a little lite until around noon. Many came by vehicle, but the snowmobile count was very, very good; many more than I expected; and nobody was complaining about the cold. Everything kind of wrapped up a little after 3. I left around 4:30 & decided to take the Crocker Hills trail to I22, then E. to I22C, & the grade back to White Lake. I did meet 5 North bound sledders in the Crockers. All trails were still a 10. Really a good Saturday, especially with the snowmobile turn out for the Ride-In.
27 Jan Left just before noon. Rode the WRST to Lily & then to the Sno Birds for a short stop. Had a nice visit with three riders from Lily Lake, hope you had a good ride the rest of the afternoon. See you on the trail again. From the Sno Birds the north loop to I1012B, then W. to I101, north up Augustyn Springs Road to I73B, I73A, I72, I71, then W. to I68, N. & W> to I63, N. to I62, then E. to I77. The trails were good to Fitzgerald Dam Rd.(Hunting River) from the road E. snow was quite thin. Worked my way down to Hummer's for lunch. Continued E. to Pickerel- (the trail from Hummer's to Pickerel was not that bad for late Sunday Afternoon). Continued E. to Burgt's(old Frog Alley) for a short stop. Rode LMT 3 E. & S.(met a groomer on LMT 3) to Windfall Lake, continued S. to Langlade County I95, Then SW on Corr 9/16 to the WRST in Lily, & the grade back to White Lake. Only met 5 snowmobilers. All trails were good to very good.
30 Jan -24*!!!
31 Jan -29*!!!
01 Feb -18*!!!, Waited until it warmed up a little bit before leaving for Kettlebowl ski hill to groom. Rode the WRST to Lily & then to the ski hill. Although ungroomed after the new snow, the trails were good. Finished grooming mid afternoon, rode to the Sno Birds & then the N. loop to Hummer's for a burger. Trails good to here. From Hummer's to Pickerel, as usual this stretch was a little used up, from Pickerel to Burgt's for a drive by, contined E. on LMT 3 to Windfall, and then S. on Langlade County trails back to Lily & the WRST to White Lake. There was evidence of some aggressive riding by some, as the corners were pushed out, also some ice was starting to appear. But overall a good short ride.
02 Feb Rode the WRST to Lily & then to the ski hill, although the trail was ungroomed--still good. Finished grooming the hill after closing, then rode back to the Sno Birds, they said they had very heavy traffic all day. From the Sno Birds S. on the WRST to home. For the amount of traffic, the trails were still in very good condition.
06 Feb Met up with a group from Bryant at Lily. Rode N. to LMT 3 E. to Windfall, then s. to FC520, then E. to FCI522 (Valley Inn), trails to here were covered with 5-6" of new snow. In some areas a few sleds had been thru. Then S. to I625 at Lakewood, then E.to I621, I650, I649, continued E. to Waubee Lodge, stopping for lunch here. Leaving the Lodge we continued N to I654, & then E. to I657, then S. to I675 & I677. Then W. to I679, I617 at Lakewood, continued S. on the NST to I607, then W. to I502, then S. to I322, Then N. to Animals for a short stop. We met 4-5 groomers E. of the Lakewood/Townsend area. From Animals N. & W. to OC I503. Then W. to Langlade Cty I18, S. to I19, I20 , stopping at Langlade for fuel. Then W. to I21 on the WRST where we parted company; myself back to White Lake & they back to Bryant. Not that many miles, but a very good ride.
09 Feb Left early morning for Kettlebowl to groom. Rode the WRST to Lily. The grade was groomed from White Lake to Hollister, from Hollister to Lily not groomed. Hollister is where the Polar/Lily groomers turn around. From Lily to Kettlebowl not groomed. Just before noon I left Kettlebowl to meet the AWSC youth group for lunch at the Northwoods Inn. The WRST north to I94A & west to the Northwoods Inn was not groomed. (Lily trail). The youth group consisted of 25 youth with adult chaperons. The Langlade Cty Snowmobile Council sponsored their lunch. After lunch I returned to the ski hill. After closing the hill I rode south thru the Crockers to I22 & then east to I22C (just south of the bridge), the Crockers was not groomed (Lily Club) & quite used up. Every club in the county, Boulder Lake, Polar, Antigo, Bryant, Phlox, Elcho, & Pickerel had their trails groomed. This was probably the highest traffic weekend in the eastern part of the county because of the jump-in & chili ride-in at Pickerel, and why Lily trails weren't groomed after two 6" snowfalls doesn't make sence; could be equipment breakdown, sickness, etc.
11 Feb Went on guided ride in the Minocqua area that was sponsored by the AWSC; with the DNR, Secretary of Tourism, & some legislatures on the ride. Trails were good, but with loose snow. Also attended meetings Mon afternoon & Tues.
16 Feb Went on the snowmobile Hall of Fame Ride, I've been on this ride every year since 1985. Rather than go on the ride to Lake Goebic, I went with a group to the Tomahawk area and to an individuals personal museum of restored ski doo snowmobiles(very impressive). The trails weren't to bad on the way to the museum; but there were a lot of road crossings & more lake running than I care for. Encountered quite heavy trail traffic. On the return ride mid afternoon the trails were used up. Just tons of sleds all over.
18 Feb Left White Lake, then E. to Langlade & to I20, then N. to to I19, I18, then E. to OC I508, OC I507, then N. to OC I510, 512, I514, I516, I520, & Langlade Cty I95. Continued N. on LMT4 to FC I4 where a group of snowmobilers were stopped looking at the trail side map. I stopped to see if they needed help with directions. It turned out they were from Langlade, had a nice unexpected visit & continued N. on LMT4 to Wabeno coming out at the water tower. Trails were very good to here. We got on the NST at Wabeno & continued N. to Laona where we parted ways; they going W. & myself N. I continued N. on the NST to Whitetails for lunch. After lunch headed N. on the NST to the Ironriver/Crystals jct, stopped here and on the bridge for a couple pics. Did encounter some annoying stutter bumps on the freshly groomed trail around Long Lake. Back tracked to Laona for fuel, then N. on the NST for about 4 miles, taking Corr 9 to the W. to FC I31. Then S. to Johnnies (it's almost mandatory that you stop at Johnnies). From Johnnies S. working my way back to the WRST. the WRST was good to Cty A, from Cty A S. to Lily some chop was starting to develop. From Lily to white Lake the WRST was good. Wanted to run the Crockers, but I was running out of time. Overall the trails were good to very good with more than enough snow.
19 Feb white Lake N. on the WRST to I22C, then west to I22, then N. to I23, I102A, then W. to I102 (N. of Bryant) then N. to I100(Agustyne Springs Rd.), I73 S to I73B, & N. to I71, then W. to I68 (Jack Lake area) at I68 N to I63, I62, then E. to I77, all trails to here were good, with Jack Lake trails very good, continued E. to Hummer's for a short stop, then E. to Pickerel, this is the best I have seen this stretch of trail from Hummer's to Pickerel. Thru Pickerel to I92, then E. to I94A on the WRST, & S. to Lily to the clubhouse, then S. thru the Crockers to I22, E. to I22B, I18 & the WRST & S. to home. I did not meet a sled on the trail, althouogh a few were at Hummer's. A perfect day for riding; sunny, warm, & very good trails.
Any comments you may have about the trail or anything else, e/m me at "firstname.lastname@example.org", thanks. The 2019-2020 Langlade County snowmobile map will be out early November. There are no changes to the "A"-"B" zone boundry lines, but a few minor trail changes W. of Elcho.
See you on the trail
KETTLE BOWL:---We will be OPEN the weekend of 16/17 Feb, 2019. Took a lot of work, but the hill groomed up very good. The regular scheduled open hours are 12-4 Sat & Sun. (we are only open Sat & Sun) A ski shop from Antigo brings a large trailer out to the hill with the rental skiis/boots/poles/snow boards. (ANTIGO SKI, 715.623.4300 or 715.350.1002) The normal hours at the hill are 12-4 Sat & Sun. We may at times be open during teachers conventions or holidays. Kettle Bowl ski hill is located approximately 15 miles NE of Antigo on Hwy 52 or 4 miles SW of the Hwy 52/55 intersection at Lily. We have five rope tows, all runs are intermediate with a bunny/beginners hill. Snow boards are very popular and are welcome. There is no sledding or tubing facilities at the hill. We have a very modern chalet with food available that is VERY reasonably priced. Snowmobilers are welcome, use caution when entering the parking lot & do not travel in front of the chalet, park to your left as you enter the parking lot. Skiing conditions were very good this past weekend.
SNOWMOBILE PUBLIC PARKING:----Summit Lake Park at Summit Lake(on Hwy 45 approx 15 mi. N of Antigo), DNR parking lot at Langlade (usually plowed); You can also park at the Lily Sno Birds clubhouse-(Lily), Hummer's (jct of Cty A & TT), BP North-Antigo, FS-Antigo-just N. of the lights at the jct of 45/64, Timber Haven(715.623.7662)- Hwy 64 Polar/large parking lot. Inquire at the business before off-loading, White Lake at the east end of the food pantry(across from the mill) on Bissel St.
Feb 09, 2019: Tombstone/Pickerel chili ride-in at the clubhouse on Hwy DD, on the trail. From 3-6PM. A nice club event.
Feb 09, 2019: Jump-in on Pickerel Lake.
Feb 09 AWSC youth ride in western Oconto Cty & eastern Langlade Cty.
The restaurant in White Lake is closed, everything inside was sold at an auction. At the present time the White Lake Market is serving breakfast on Saturdays & Sundays(breakfast sandwiches on weekdays); also the Black Bear in White Lake serves food(no breakfast & closed Monday).
Spencer's Country Store (PS91 with 91 non ethonol) (formerly Schafer's) gas station across from Hill's still on HWY 55, north of Pickerel is now OPEN, and will be open this winter.
WI TRAIL PASS INFO: Visit the AWSC web site at AWSC.org or the DNR web site.
Thanks to all that stopped at the Lily Sno Birds clubhouse this past season(2017-2018), and to those that didn't, hope to see you this coming season (2018-2019).
The ice on White Lake went out on 1 May, 2013.
The ice on White Lake went out on 3 May, 2014.
The ice on White Lake went out on 9 Apr, 2015.
The ice on White Lake went out on 6 ApR, 2016.
The ice on White Lake went out on 3 Apr, 2017.
The ice on White Lake went out on 8 May, 2018.
Season: Start Date//End Date: Miles
85-86: 12-20-85//3-20-86: 1,550****86-87: 12-25-86//3-04-87: 1,293
87-88: 12-13-87//3-05-88: 2,492****88-89: 12-18-88//3-18-89: 2,781
89-90: 12-16-89//2-25-90: 1,757****90-91: 12-19-90//3-03-91: 2,839
91-92: 12-14-91//3-22-92: 1,816****92-93: 12-29-92//3-21-93: 1,995
93-94: 12-23-93//3-12-94: 1,672****94-95: 12-30-94//3-10-95: 2,427
95-96: 12-15-95//3-27-96: 3,090****96-97: 12-10-96//3-23-97: 3,078
97-98: 12-31-97//3-21-98: 2,071****98-99: 12-31-98//3-14-99: 2,510
99-00: 01-05-00//2-20-00: 1,890****00-01: 12-20-00//3-24-01: 3,620
01-02: 12-29-01//4-07-02: 3,178****02-03: 12-28-02//3-14-03: 2,123
03-04: 12-13-03//3-23-04: 2,123****04-05: 12-19-04//3-26-05: 2,503
05-06: 12-11-05//3-23-06: 2,278****06-07: 01-02-07//3-23-07: 1,850
07-08: 12-29-07//3-17-08: 2,391****08-09: 12-26-08//3-14-09: 2,494
09-10: 12-18-09//3-04-10: 3,667****10-11: 12-24-10//3-15-11: 2,858
11-12: 12-23-11//3-09-12: 2,533****12-13: 01-03-13//4-24-13: 4,625
13-14: 12-19-13//3-23-14: 4,208****14-15: 12-05-14//3-07-15: 3,806
15-16: 12-21-15//3-04-16: 2,841****16-17: 12-25-16//3-04-17: 2462
17-18: 01-18-18//3-15-18: 4,028****18-19: 12-10-18//
If traveling across a lake, follow the markings. Clubs are not required to mark lake crossings, but they or businesses do this as a courtesy.
LANGLADE COUNTY SNOWMOBILE CLUBS
CLUB----------------------------PRESIDENT/phone number----------------MEETING DATE---------------MEETING LOCATION
Antigo Sno-Drifters-----------Tim Grall--------715.623.3910-----------------2nd Mon--------------------various area pit stops
Bryant Ridge Runners-------Carl Thiede----715.627.6089-------------------2nd Tues--------------------various area pit stops
Deerbrook Bridge Runners-Jamie Denke-715.627.0892-------------------3rd Mon--------------------Quinn's-Neva P/S 15
Elcho Sno-Devils--------------Mike Ramuta-715.610.5095-----------------2nd Mon---------------------Sno-Devils clubhouse-Elcho
Lily Sno-Birds-------------- Jim Hoffman-------715.350.6525---------------1st fri after 1st weds----------------------Sno-Birds clubhouse-Lily
N. Woods Boulder Lake Snow Goers---Jim Tilkens-----715.276.3290------(no winter meetings)
Phlox Winter Knights-------Gregg Verhasselt--------715.219.3492----------------4th Mon--------------------Phlox Town Hall-Phlox
Polar Blazers-----------------Brian Braun------715.627.4918-----------------2nd Weds---------------------Groomer Bldg-Polar
Tombstone/Pickerel----------XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX----------------2nd Mon---------------------Tombstone-Pickerel clubhouse on Cty DD-Pickerel
NON RESIDENT TRAIL PASSES AVAILABLE AT ANTIGO DNR 715.627.4317. Call DNR for local venders.
GAS: 24 HOUR GAS, TRAIL accessable.
White Lake-------P/S 47---(White Lake Market--down town White Lake) (next to Black Bear) (No 91)
Pickerel-----------P/S 90---(Northwoods Inn, Shell, (55/Cty A)
Pickerel-----------P/S 104--(Lotter's BP, down town Pickerel)
Elcho--------------P/S 20---(Elcho Shell, down town Elcho)
Pelican Lake-----P/S 19A--(Musky Mart, BP, E. side of Pelican Lake, next to Hwy 45)
Summit Lake----P/S 37---Summit Lake, BP, just South of Billy Timbers, E. side of Hwy 45.
Antigo-------------P/S 58---(Remington Oil, Exxon, Hwy 45, S. of town)
Antigo-------------P/S 59---(FS, just N. of Hwy 45/64)-next to Burger King
Antigo-------------P/S 69---(Northside Ammoco, BP, 1 mi. N. of 45/64)
Antigo-------------P/S 75A--(BP, just S. of 45/64) (next to Pizza Hut & Super 8)
Antigo-------------P/S 75B--(Wagner's Shell, Forest Ave/Hwy 45, S. side of Antigo)
Antigo-------------P/S 82---(Kwik trip---located at the jct of 64/45)
NON 24 HOUR and/or EMERGENCY GAS, TRAIL accessable
Pickerel---------P/S 89--(Hwy A/TT jct-Lil Hummer's)
Spencer's Country Store-Pearson (PS91 (hwy 55 & Pickerel Lake Rd
Langlade--------P/S 44--(Hwy 55/64) (Mike's Service)
Pelican Lake---P/S 25--(S. end of Pelican lake, Gerrit's Lakeview)
Lily-------------------P/S 110--(Lily Sno Birds-when the club is open)
Elton---------------P/S 108, South at I22A to Hwy 64, then west on highway 64 a short distance
Above listed are ADVERTISERS on the 2019-2020 Langlade County snowmobile map.
PLEASE stay on marked trails. At times it is tempting to cut corners in fields, or maybe go off the trail in other areas, but the landowners tell the clubs where they want the trail to go across their property. Staying on the marked trail is crucial to the clubs to maintain their trail easements. THANKS
If you would like a 2019-2020 Langlade County snowmobile trail map, send me an e/m with your name & address, my e/m address is at bottom of page.
The WOLF RIVER STATE TRAIL, known locally as "the grade", is open to snowmobiles from White Lake to Crandon.(when the Langlade & Forest County snowmobile trails are open)
LILY SNO BIRDS: The Lily Sno Birds club house is open Wednesdays & Fridays at 7:00PM. ( Open Fri, Sat, & Sun at 11:00AM DURING the snowmobile season when the trails are open) Food and refreshments are available, the family orientated club house is operated by snowmobilers, for snowmobilers & anyone else. There is a large open area to sit & relax, one of the "must stops" if your in the area. Stop and say hi to Don & the crew. Try one of Don's famous steak burgers. Snowmobile trailer parking available.
Langlade County is divided in two zones for the purpose of opening & closing of the trails. Zone "A" is basically to the North & East of the Antigo area; Zone "B" is to the SE, S, SW, W, & N of Antigo to county Hwy "J". Zones "A" & "B" are clearly marked on the current map(2019-2020). The zone lines may change; it primarily depends on snow conditions, but there are other factors that determine when a Zone is opened; and if the Zone line is changed.
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