To all who may be thinking riding the Crawfish River, please use extreme caution. 3 snowmobiles went through the ice last night north of Indian Dam in Milford. Conditions are very unsafe in certain areas.
From the latest WSN issue:
If you’ve ever driven between Madison and Milwaukee, you’ve traveled through Jefferson County – but have you ever snowmobiled there? If not, it’s a place you should consider in the future because the trail network is extensive and the riding can be prime.
I live in western Waukesha County, just half a dozen miles east of the Jefferson County line. The Glacial Drumlin State Trail, which traverses Jefferson County along its 42-mile route between Waukesha and Cottage Grove, is my primary avenue into the county. When snow conditions are good in southeastern Wisconsin, this is where I enjoy a lot of great riding.
If you were born on or after Jan. 1, 1985, and are at least age 12, you must on Wisconsin public snowmobile trails and areas. DNR recreational safety specialists recommend snowmobile operators complete a safety course.
Please sign up on the WI DNR Go Wild website: https://goldwild.wi.gov. Once on the home page for your child on the Go Wild website, scroll down to safety education and click on “Student Dashboard”. Walk your way through signing up for the class
Jefferson Snowstormers Safety class at Fairview in Jefferson. January 5th 6-8 pm, January 6th 10 am-12 noon, January 7th 10am-noon. $10 each. Sign up at Wisconsin.DNR Go Wild Website
Scholarship opportunities available
For more information, see the Scholarship page
For Snowmobile Club Breakfasts, Alliance Meetings, and other snowmobiling events. Check out the Calendar of Events page
To join a Club, Check the Clubs page for Contact
Are the Trails Open??
Check the Trail Conditions page.
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