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Trail Report – : Ashland County, Wisconsin – January 12, 2023
Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 8-12
Date of Report: January 12, 2023
Area Report:

Snowmobile Report – January 12, 2023
All Ashland County trails currently have 8-12 inches of packed/groomed snow on the trails.  All trails are cleared of downed trees and made passable with areas of some small branches.  Brushing is continuing.  Groomers are out daily on the trails, most of which are being double groomed.  Wet areas are not freezing down for groomers, be cautious in these area.  Currently with all the snow in the trees the trails are post card perfect. Please be safe watch for falling branches and enjoy.  If you would like to have a Ashland County Snowmobile Map please email

Snowmobile Information:

A lot of Ashland County snowmobile trails are on farmers land, please be respectful so we don’t lose our easement to their property. Snowmobiles may not be modified, or operated, to amplify or otherwise increase the total vehicle noise above the originally manufactured snowmobile noise level.

 Click here for Bayfield County Trail conditions. As always please follow the snowmobile trail rules and regulations

As always operate with everyone’s safety in mind and report any hazardous trail issues that are observed to the Ashland County Sheriff’s Department (715-682-7023 opt 1) so that it can be forwarded to the appropriate service.

The Tri-County Corridor is open from Superior to Ashland. There are still several areas on the eastern end that require attention but all known hazards have been identified and marked. Use caution when approaching ribbons, barricades, and cones.

Important reminders: There is no snowmobiling allowed from Ashland to Bad River/Odanah as snowmobiling is not permitted on reservation land.  However, snowmobiling is allowed from Bad River east to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.