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Trail Report – : Conover, Wisconsin – December 26, 2022

Trail Conditions: Early Season
Snow Cover: 12-14"
Date of Report: December 26, 2022
Area Report:

Trails are in excellent shape. Not all the lakes are marked yet, so remember, if it isn’t marked, it isn’t safe to cross yet. Pioneer Lake near Maple View has been marked.

Trails are smooth, corners are icy as usual with early season riding. You may encounter a tree down on a trail, so ride right, ride safe.  

News and Reports:

Trail boss Chad just reported this afternoon that he has made it through the swamp in the cemetery trail. At this time, it will remain closed until it can be panned and groomed (Intersection 723-724 south to Intersection 725). The rest of the trail is open from Monheim Rd (Intersection 728) south to Church Rd (Intersection 727) where you can access Pioneer Lake across to the boat landing off of Chicago Ave (Intersection 748). See link below for Vilas County Trails for a map with the intersection numbers on it. 

Snowmobile Information:

Our annual Poker Run starts December 24th and ends on March 4th. You can pick up game cards to be stamped at several locations in Conover, Eagle River, Phelps, and Land O Lakes. Draw party is March 4th. No need to be present to win. 

January 14th – 10am-2pm – Trailside Brat Fry. Meet Conover and Phelps snowmobile clubs at intersection 500 for Brats, Hot Dogs, Hot Chocolate. and s’mores. This is where 3 clubs meet on trail 6 and 8 along the power lines near Blong Rd. 

January 28th – 1pm-4pm – Chilli and Soup Cook-off at Wild Turkey. Entreries must be there by 12:45pm. Bring a crook pot full of your favorite recipe. Or stop by and be a judge on entreries. 

December 30th – 4pm-7pm – Town of Conover sledding party. Residents and visitors are invited to join in sledding and skating under the lights at the Conover Town Park. Sno-Buddies groomer will be giving sledders a lift to the top of the hill. Complimentary hot dogs, chips and hot cocoa available along with s’mores by the warming bonfires. Some loaner sleds and skates available on site. Contact 715-617-9500