Cable, WI
, M/h
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Trail Reports

The Cable Area is known as "Trail Town USA" for the obvious reason of the many and variety of trail systems we have surrounding the area! Check out these links for current trail conditions.

Snowmobile Trail Reports

Report Date: Tuesday, January 16th, 2018
The Cable Area received a nice little surprise overnight… 6-8” of lake effect snow! Groomers were out yesterday hitting areas that needed it after weekend riding, and they plan to have the entire system groomed again by this weekend. 
Trail bases are reported to be between 5-7” area-wide and trails are in good to very good condition. 
Temperatures will be rising to mid-20-30s this week with more snow in the forecast for Sunday night into Monday. The Cable Area could see an additional 4-8” of snow with this system!
We have been informed the area lakes have high snow drifts if you venture off the stick trail. Please use caution and ride safely if you stray from the marked areas.
There is a detour on trail 90 between Old Grade and Federal Rd. due to logging. Please follow the signs.
We also have a trail closure at Trail 70 and Trail 73 due to trespass issues. Trail 70 East is closed at Randysek Rd. To get in and out of the downtown Cable area, please use Randysek Road from south of town to Spruce Street (cross Hwy M and go 1 block north), head West on Spruce to access the alleyway between Rondeau’s and Triple G; Hwy M is open from the alleyway to Rocky’s. This is a new reroute and will not be on your maps.

Snowmobile Trail Reports EBlast
If you would like to be added to our Cable Area Snowmobile Trail Report email us at with your name and email address included in the text. We send out weekly eblasts with current conditions or as conditions change. We receive our trail reports from the local area snowmobile clubs.

Cross Country Ski Trail Reports


North End Trail – 5, 7, 12 km loops groomed the morning of Dec. 28.
North End Trail – 5,7, 12 km loops tracks set evening of Dec. 28.
North End Classic Trail – 12 km groomed afternoon of Dec. 28.
We received an inch and a half of new snow. The packed base is a little over 4 inches. Snow in the woods is over 14”.

Conditions: Excellent

The North End Trailhead remains an oasis of excellent skiing in the region. No less than 4 training groups working out today and dozens of recreational skiers throughout the day.  This is THE place to ski in northern Wisconsin.



Mountain and Fat Bike Trails

Biking Trail Updates 



ATV/UTV Trails

ATV/UTV Trail Conditions





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