The snow is falling and it’s time to hit the trails, the snowmobile trails that is. Tomahawk offers some of the best trails available for some amazing winter fun. According to the snowmobile reports most of the main trails opened last week and are ready to ride. You have some different options for your snowmobile adventure. You can go it on your own, which might be a little scary for a first timer or even a first time in the area. Or, you can join the Knight Owls and be part of something bigger and enjoy some of the most well groomed trails anywhere.


I should probably also mention that they ride at night! If you thought going during the day was amazing give the night ride a try to get a whole new experience. There are some preparations that will need to be made before hitting the trails. You’ll need to hit the AWSC website to get your trail passes and snowmobile permits. Don’t stop there as the AWSC is an excellent resource for all kinds of information about the trails and other snowmobile clubs that are available in the area. You can also get all the updates you need on trail conditions.

Maybe we’re putting the snow before the snowmobile. If you don’t have your snowmobile yet that’s not a problem. Take some time to visit The Tomahawk Sports Center to get equipped with the right vehicle for you and just about everything else you might need for the perfect ride. If you just moved to Tomahawk you might have taken a small chunk out of your bank account and a brand new snowmobile isn’t in the budget right now. The Tomahawk Sports Center won’t let that stand in your way as they have used vehicles and even rentals available so you can get out and enjoy the winter weather while it lasts.

One of the most important things to ensure your snow journeys are full of fun is to make sure you understand the proper safety guidelines. The AWSC also offers a list of safety classes you can take before hitting the trails. These classes will teach you everything from noticing marked trails to ice safety. You now have everything you need to enjoy the great Wisconsin winter the Tomahawk way; so get out there and have fun!