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Trail Report – : Walworth County, Wisconsin – December 11, 2020

Reporter:Ryan Strand
Trail Conditions: Closed
Snow Cover: None
Date of Report: December 11, 2020
Area Report:

Update: Our trails are in as of this week! Thank you to all of our volunteers that made this happen this fall!   There is snow in the forecast however it is early and there is no frost in the ground!  It looks like there is a lot of uncertainty with this storm this weekend so we will see how much we actually get!   Please check back with us regarding updates.  If anything changes regarding trails opening/closing, conditions, etc. The rule of thumb is the Walworth County Snow Phone is the first and best source for the most accurate report.  If there is not an updated message on the snow phone then trails remain closed!  SNOW PHONE 262-742-2664.  We will also update our website, Facebook page, Snowtracks, and Travel Wisconsin if there is anything to update on.  However the snow phone is the go to first source!  Let’s hope we get a whole bunch of snow and we have something to report back on here!   If not we will update once things change. PLEASE REMEMBER TO STAY OFF CLOSED TRAILS!  If Trails are closed and you are on them you are trespassing.  Check back with one of the sources mentioned for updates.   Happy Holidays! LET IT SNOW!

News and Reports:

Our annual Walworth County Snowmobile Alliance fundraiser this year has been changed due to Covid.  We no longer will be raffling off a snowmobile this year.  This year we are doing a cash raffle.   Details are below.  If interested in purchasing tickets please message us on the Walworth County Snowmobile Alliance Facebook page.  

$20 a Ticket 

Grand Prize: $2,500 

2nd Prize: $1,000

3rd Prize: $500

Drawing will be April 1st winner does not need to be present to win! 

Snowmobile Information:

There is limited availability this year for snowmobile education courses.  Anyone interested in enrolling in a snowmobile safety course in Walworth county is encouraged to do so ASAP as spots are limited with the ongoing pandemic.  Please see DNR website for details.