Our club Safari took place on January 20-23. We stayed at the Grand Pines Motel on Lower Round Lake in Hayward, WI. We had terrific turnout this year with 26 members attending. We were fortunate to have a large ‘clubroom’ at our disposal during the weekend where the members could gather and get to knowContinue reading “2022 Club Safari”
It’s so exciting when we get our first snow of the year. It’s a good time to review what riding is allowed when our trails are closed and when our trails are open: How to determine if the trails are open or closed – Simply check the State’s Snow Report Website: https://www.travelwisconsin.com/snowreport/snowmobile/ When trails areContinue reading “Respect Trail Closures & Stay on Trails!”
Here are a few pics from Doug Strain. These 5 kids helped Doug and Nate Gustafson put signs in last fall on the trail from Dresser to the north towards Interstate park. Thanks to all for helping with our trails. Without you, we wouldn’t be able to ride.
This year’s Safari was held in Hayward, WI at the Seven Winds Lodge on County B & K. Another light attendance this year, but still fun for all that attended. The snow was sufficient, but not abundant. We rode north to Lake Namekagon, south to Lac Courte Oreilles & everywhere in between. The main groupContinue reading “2021 Club Safari”
THE HARD TRUTH ABOUT OFF-TRAIL RIDING By: Mark Lester, Photo By: Mike Lester 3/15/2019 It looks like snocross racing has been supplanted as the identity of choice by the image of the deep snow freerider. Iconic names like Haikonen, Morgan and Hibbert for two decades have given way to powder slaying, cornice jumping images ofContinue reading “The Hard Truth About off Trail Riding”
On 12-18-2018 our club had 14 volunteers cleared more of the Stower Trail. The club has now cleared 9 miles of trail with the help of more them 36 volunteers and over 144 volunteer hours donated to trail clean up to date. Great job and thanks to our awesome volunteers. Below are some of theContinue reading “Dec 18, 2018 – Stower Trail clean up”
On Dec 15, 2018 more then 20 Osceola Valley Sno-Goer volunteers cleared the Stower Trail. 2 work parties were created I only was able to take pictures of one work party but two work parties worked. Thanks to all our great volunteers that came out to work.
Our shelter ride held on February 10th was a huge draw.