Northern Hornshoe Trails Snowmobile Club
Great Trails Start With You!
Current Trail Conditions
March 11, 2023
The trails are thin in some spots but with new snow very much rideable. We have cut back on the grooming schedule due to the thin spots but overall trails are still in good shape to ride. We will be grooming as new snow comes in and until the season ends at the end of the month. Please always RIDE RIGHT.
Fund Raiser for New Equipment – Please Donate
NORTHERNHORNSHOETRAILS is seeking donations to buy a second smaller groomer. The club is looking to purchase an enclosed cab UTV and trail drag to groom and support the west side of our trail system. The unit will serve many purposes in the club such as marking lakes to winter storm cleanup.
Donations can be sent to
PO Box 968
Lac du Flambeau WI 54538
You can also click the “Make a Donation” link at the bottom of the page. The club is determined to produce world class trails in Vilas County and this unit will do just that.
February 2023 Club Meeting Notes
Click on this link to view the meeting notes from the January 2023 Club Meeting Club Meeting February 6 2023
Thank You Lac du Flambeau
The Northern Hornshoe Snowmobile club thanks the Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians for the use of tribal lands for our snowmobile trails. As you ride if you come across a sign or gate please DO NOT GO AROUND OR TRESPASS.
Have a great time riding the Northern Hornshoe Snowmobile club trails!
Snowmobile Safety Course
Have you ever taken a snowmobile safety course? Are you 16 or older? If so you are eligible to take the course online. See this link – www.snowmobile-ed.com
Snowmobile Safety Announcement
Keep the trails open. Stay on the trail. Slow down. Please check out this announcement from the Oneida County Forestry Department Snowmobile 2023 Safety PSA Document
Check out the above video from the Vilas County Snowmobile Alliance.
Click Here for a YouTube video called Stay On The Trails. This video reminds everyone to respect peoples property and trail signs and don't venture off the trails. YouTube - Stay On The Trails
Click Here for a great YouTube video called Take The Pledge. It provides information about safe snowmobile riding only on trails or areas that are legal. YouTube - Take The Pledge