Snowmobiling & Snowmobile Trails

Click here for the Cable Area Snowmobile Report!

Information from our Namakagon Trail Groomers

The Cable Area in Northern Wisconsin has over 1,200 miles of interconnecting snowmobile trail systems, making it one of the largest trail systems in the U.S.  Uncrowded trails and the solitude of the Chequamegon National Forest bring snowmobilers back again and again to the Cable Area. The Chequamegon National Forest adds 300 miles of snowmobile trails to our already impressive total and in addition to the designated trails, there are nearly 1,000 miles of National Forest roads that are not plowed in the winter months and are open to snowmobile travel! Our trails give any snowmobiler an exhilarating outdoor experience. The interconnecting trail systems allow riders to travel from location to location on the lake and trails without having to trailer their machines. The Cable area system connects with the surrounding county trails and the Tri-County Corridor trail running from Minnesota to Michigan.Trail maps are available at many local businesses and at the Cable Area Chamber. Maps and routes change on a yearly basis, be sure you have the most accurate information. Laws are enforced!Bayfield County Snowmobile Alliance and local snowmobile clubs keep the trails impeccably groomed using 13 hardworking machines and many man hours. While you’re riding our trails, please yield to the groomers as they have the right of way. Stop at area businesses to make a donation to the local clubs, get a hot meal, and a tasty drink!

IMPORTANT! There are new laws concerning Wisconsin Trail Passes – every sled must display a pass, no exceptions. Visit the AWSC website for more information, and PLAN AHEAD. ALL WI-registered sleds’ trail passes WILL BE MAILED VIA USPS.

Using the chart above, if you should buy your Trail Pass from the WI DNR you may walk into any of these local establishments and purchase a Trail Pass: 

Bear Country
Cable Bait and Gift
Clam Lake Junction
Loon Saloon
Triple G