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Miles of trail to explore

Ride 330 miles of expertly groomed snowmobile trails that trace beautiful frozen rivers and travel through the hills and forests of Rusk County. The area gets consistent snowfall each winter, providing a long snowmobiling season and excellent trail conditions. Nine devoted local clubs maintain the county's snowmobile trails and host a number of events throughout the year. Trails run along historic rivers and through majestic white pine forests. Some of the most scenic portions of the trail system run through the Blue Hills north of Weyerhaeuser and Bruce in western Rusk County. Four heated warming shelters are located along Rusk County's trails to serve riders. The shelters include Franklin stoves, picnic tables and an ample supply of firewood. See current snow conditions here and keep tabs on local trail conditions here.

For more information on snowmobiling Rusk County call 800-535-RUSK (1-800-535-7875) or call 715-532-2642. See map below.

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Ladysmith Named Snowmobile Friendly Community

April 11, 2024 2:33 pm Published by

The Ladysmith Driftbusters Snowmobile Club was recently awarded the "Snowmobile Friendly Community" award. Driftbusters' President Dennis Arendt and Driftbusters' Secretary Jackie Kubisiak accepted the award.

Pictured from left to right: Lori Heideman AWSC President, Dennis Arendt Driftbusters President, Jackie Kubisiak Driftbusters Secretary, Jason Frye Rusk County AWSC Director, and Tia Fuchs AWSC Snowmobile Friendly Community Co-Chair.

The Snowmobile Friendly Community (SFC) Program was established by the AWSC to recognize and celebrate the volunteers that are the soul and backbone of organized snowmobiling and our statewide snowmobile trail system. The SFC Award is also an advocacy tool to further the mission of the AWSC: to promote safe and responsible snowmobiling. Snowmobile Friendly Communities build and maintain partnership between many stakeholders. As a tool, the SFC award helps Clubs and Counties preserve and protect snowmobiling by working together with their community partners to maintain and improve the economic impact snowmobiling provides. Snowmobile Friendly Communities and their local snowmobile Clubs promote safe and responsible snowmobiling and the tourism it can generate for their community. A Snowmobile Friendly Community Award announces that your area welcomes snowmobilers.

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