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Sayner, Wisconsin

Trail Report For: Sayner - 11/18/2014

Reported By: George – Sayner Barnstormers

Trail Report: Sayner

Date of Report: 11/18/2014

Trail Conditions: Trails Closed

Snow Cover: 14 inches

Area Report: We had an early season snowfall. Right now, amounts out there vary, but we have about an average of about 14 inches out there. The snow has brought down a lot of branches and limbs. We will be going out this week removing the debris and panning. It will be a great start for building a base on our system. Hopefully, hunters don’t ruin things on our un-gated trails.

All Vilas County trails are scheduled to open at 4pm on Friday December 12th. Please do NOT ride until that time.

News & Events: If you have not joined a club yet, please join the Barnstormers. Cap Step will be in effect July 1st, 2015. Please copy and paste the following to read and learn about Cap Step and how it finally REALLY PAYS to be a member of a club!
https://www.awsc.org/About-Us/WI-Trail-Pass-Info/Change-is-Coming.aspx

Please copy and paste the following link to join the Sayner Barnstormers:

http://saynerbarnstormers.com/join-the-barnstormers/

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Snowmobiling Information

The Sayner Barnstormers are proud groomers of the Sayner – Star Lake Wisconsin area snowmobile trails.  Our club was founded back on November 26, 1969, with 27 charter members.  The Barnstormers trails stretch all the way from Hwy 70, just east of Arbor Vitae, all the way up to Old Hwy B, just west of Land O Lakes.  We groom these trails with three tractors each equipped with 9-foot-6-inch grooming drags built by Sno*Boss of Eagle River and Arrowhead Groomers of St. Germain.

Snowmobiling was born here in the 1920s, when Carl Eliason, of Sayner, invented the first snowmobile in 1924 (he called it a snow machine initially).  He took his first patent out on November 24, 1927.  He has been featured in History Magazine, in the Modern Marvels section.  You can still see some of the very first snowmobiles to ever be ridden in Sayner’s History Museum and at Eliason Lumber, both located on Hwy 155 in Sayner.

Our trails cover a variety of terrains including beautiful wooded trails, lake crossings, and some road routes.  Over the years signage has improved tremendously, with the most recent addition of intersection numbers, making it easier for snowmobilers to figure out where they are.  These intersection numbers were also created to assist snowmobilers and emergency crews to find each other in the unfortunate event of an accident.

Through the combined efforts of the Sayner Barnstormers and our great neighboring clubs, we feel that Vilas County has the best maintained and marked trails in the world.  Our trails adjoin St Germain’s BoBoen Club, Arbor Vitae / Minocqua Cross Country Cruiser’s, Eagle River SnoEagle’s, Land O Lakes Frosty Club’s , and Boulder Junction’s trails.  Other clubs in the county include the Conover Snow Buddies, Manitowish SnoSkeeters, Presque Isle SnoBunnies, Phelps, and Lac du Flambeau Northern Horseshoe.

See you on the trails and always, Please Ride Safe!!!

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