Resources & Links

Listed below are partners and resources for Wisconsin's snowmobiling industry.

Snowmobile Safety/Classes



The American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA)resource link below contains valuable information such as Groomer Operator Training Guide, Access Guide for Snowmobiling on Private & Public Land, Snowmobile Renting Guide and much more!

New Grooming Education Materials Available
 

Two new grooming education resources were recently developed by the American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA) and Trails Work Consulting to help grooming managers and groomer operators be more adaptive to changing snowmobile trail grooming needs. According to Trails Work Consulting’s owner Kim Raap, “Snowmobile trail grooming helps provide an improved level of access for snowmobile riders. But if done poorly or inconsistently, it can create safety issues. We look for these new materials to help grooming managers and individual groomer operators provide the right level of service and also hopefully become more efficient and effective.” The new resources are available at www.snowmobileinfo.org/snowmobiling-access-resources.
 

Out-of-State Trail Information:

Michigan   Michigan Trail Report      Minnesota       Illinois 
 

International / National Organizations:

International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA)
Go Snowmobiling.org
International Snowmobile Media Council (ISC)
American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA)
2015 International Snowmobile Congress (ISC)
 

State Agencies / Associations:

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Wisconsin Department of Tourism
Wisconsin Council of Forestry


Insurance Links:

Liberty Mutual
American Income & Life
Schwartz & Shea Insurance Agency
 

Invasive Species:

Wisconsin Council on Forestry
Wisconsin DNR - Invasive Species 
 

Other Resources:

Groomer Tracking Systems

AWSC Sponsors

Please patronize our 1,200+ commercial sponsors. For a listing by county, please click here.

Join A Club Now

Looking to join a snowmobile club? We have  a complete list of clubs by county. Simply click on the county.
 

WI Trail Pass

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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 to the AWSC office.

Each sled operating in WI will be required to display a Wisconsin trail pass to be purchased annually.