Wisconsin's Strong, Independent Snowmobile Program

Fall 2015 AWSC Workshop early-bird registration deadline October 16, 2015.  
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2015-2016 Miss Snowflake deadline is fast approaching!  All applications must be in the AWSC office by 4:30 pm Monday, October 12, 2015.

Applications for the 2015-2016 Miss Snowflake are available by clicking here. 


The Wisconsin Trail Pass is now available!

To order your new trail pass, please click here.

To download and/or print the trail pass order form, please click here.


The following information will be required to order the $10 Trail Pass (Current AWSC Members):  

  • your AWSC member number

  • the trail pass order form which can be found by clicking here if you sending it in with a check

  • the WI registration numbers (Example: SN 4300 AB) for your sleds 

The four ways you can get the $10 trail pass if you are a current AWSC member:

  1. Order online through this website (tab at the top WI Trail Passes) with a credit/debit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover). 

  2. Call the AWSC Office during business hours to order your WI Trail Pass with a credit/debit card.  

  3. Walk into the AWSC office during business hours and order with cash, check or credit/debit card. 

  4. Mail through the US Post Office along your check or credit card information to the AWSC office.

Not a member of the AWSC - then you need to order your $30 Trail Pass through the WI DNR.


Winners Announced for "Of The Year" Awards for 2015-2016

The AWSC is proud to announce the following winners for the annual "Of The Year" awards.  Award presentations will be made on Saturday, October 31, 2015 at the AWSC Workshop banquet.

Tyler Hundt - Youth of the Year
Harley Woodward - Snowmobiler of the Year
Reinhard Popp Family - Family of the Year
Donald Santama - Groomer of the Year
May's Sport Center - Dealer of the Year

Mission Statement
The mission of the AWSC is to provide information, direction, education, and resources to our members, and member clubs to promote, improve, and preserve safe responsible snowmobiling throughout Wisconsin, the snow belt states and the international snowmobile community.

Wisconsin, well-known for its pristine snowmobile trail system, is regarded as one of the top three snowmobiling destinations nationwide.  These trails are made possible though the volunteer efforts of snowmobilers who are members of an AWSC club.  These club volunteers have the responsibility of securing trail easements, placing necessary signage on the trails, brush, groom and maintain trail grooming equipment.  Without the AWSC club volunteers, Wisconsin's system would not exist. 

By belonging to an AWSC snowmobile club, you are helping to keep the sport strong by having your legislative voice heard at the Capitol in Madison as well as in Washington, DC.  In addition, your membership fees enable the clubs to continue to improve their trail system which benefits local economies as well as Wisconsin's tourism economy.

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Special Offer from SnowGoer magazine

As a supporter of the AWSC, you are eligible for an exclusive SnowGoer offer of a one-year subscription for only $10.  You save 40% off the regular subscription rate.  Best of all, for every subscription, SnowGoer will give $5 to AWSC!  This offer must be redeemed by February 1, 2016.  To download the offer, please click here.

International Snowmobile Congress Selects WI Winners

During the International Snowmobile Congress held June 10-13, 2015 in Niagara Falls, NY, Wisconsin's very own Randy Butalla was named the ISC Snowmobiler of the Year and Alexus Butler was named ISC Young Snowmobiler of the Year.

From left to right, Lori Heideman, AWSC Vice President, Randy Butalla, Alexus Butler and Dave Newman, AWSC President.  

Randy is the president of the Rib Riders in Marathon County and Alexus is the Dodge County AWSC Rep and a member of the Sinissippi Trailhawks. 


International Snowmobile Hall of Fame Announces "Groomer of the Year" for 2015 - Jim Johnson

Jim Johnson of Westfield WI started grooming with a bedspring pulled behind his snowmobile in the late 60's for his club, the Westfield Whitetrackers.  Since then they've updated to bigger units, all under the watchful eye of Jim.  All the grooming equipment is stored at Johnson's farm and he's also led the movement to obtain a six passenger Track Truck for trail work.  Jim has served as the AWSC Marquette County rep for 28 years and as the WI Director for the Antique Snowmobile Club of America.  The official ceremony will take place September 26th at the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame in Eagle River, WI.

Congratulations Jim!!

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WI Trail Pass

You are able to order your trail pass four ways:  online, call the AWSC office, walk in to the AWSC office or mail your order form to the AWSC office.  Each sled operating in WI will be required to display a Wisconsin trail pass to be purchased annually.

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