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  • ATV’s are NOT allowed on TPSC located on Langlade County snowmobile trails until 10 days after the snowmobile trails have opened, and when the temperature is LESS than 28° F.   ATV's NOT ALLOWED IN FOREST COUNTY.
  • Be aware of where you are riding your ATV's not all snowmobile trails allows passage of ATV's
  • Also, the Parrish Highlands and Augustyn  Springs ATV trails are closed to ATV's from Dec. 1, 2013 to May 1, 2014. Citations will be issued to anyone riding on closed trails

 

 
                                                  Website Last Updated On: Thurs. April 03, 2014 @ 8:45 PM
            TRAIL CONDITION REPORT WILL BE POSTED AND UPDATED AS CONDITIONS CHANGE.

                                             CURRENTLY:
                                                                 04/03/14
                                          Forest County: CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
                                      Langlade County:  CLOSED FOR THE SEASON
       
               04/03/14: THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR LANDOWNERS WHO ALLOW US TO USE THEIR LAND FOR OUR TRAILS, WITHOUT THEM, WE HAVE NO TRAILS.  ALSO THANK YOU TO ALL OUR GROOMER DRIVERS WHO ONCE AGAIN UNSELFISHLY HAVE GIVEN UP COUNTLESS HOURS OF THEIR OWN TIME TO MAKE AND KEEP OUR TRAILS GREAT ALL SEASON FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT, SO WHEN YOU SEE A LANDOWNER OR GROOMER DRIVER, TELL THEM THANKS!!

04/03/14: THE TPSC IS LOOKING FOR A COUPLE OF PEOPLE TO BE ON THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, IF INTERESTED CONTACT DAN HENNINGFELD BY MAY 1, 2014 AT 715-216-1274 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

04/03/14: 2014 AWSC Club Only Raffle Winners

Triton Trailer - Lakeshore Snowmobile Club, Manitowoc
Yellowstone Vacation - Menomonie Snow Blazers - Dunn County
$500 - Wonderland, Danbury, WI

2014 Raffle Winners
2015 SkiDoo Snowmobile - Christopher Markworth
Nascar Tickets or $500 - Travis Wiegel, Avoca, WI
Loadmaster Trailer - Doug Klesmith - Wisconsin Rapids
Eagle River Vacation - Aaron Cousins, Centuria

                                                                     03/26/14:   LEGISLATIVE NEWS:

CAP/STEP Signed Into Law

On Wednesday, March 19th, 2014 Governor Walker added his signature to Assembly Bill 407. The CAP/STEP initiative is now officially 2013 Wisconsin Act 142. This new law will go into effect on July 1, 2015.  

Governor Signs CAP/STEP Into Law

 

Governor Walker signs Assembly Bill 407 into law on March 19, 2014,
creating 2013 Wisconsin Act 142.  He is joined by (left to right) Rep. Bob
Swearingen, Rep. Mary Williams, Emily Loe (aide to Rep. Czaja), Rep.Mary
Czaja, Sen. Richard Gudex, Dan Perchinsky (aide to Rep. Swearingen)
and Tim Lakin (Chief of Staff to Sen. Gudex).



 

   What You Need to Know About the New WI Trail Pass – WI Act 142
         (CAP – Club Assistance Program)

1.  When does this new law go into effect? 
July, 2015.  Act 142 requires each snowmobile operating on trails to display a WI Trail Pass to be purchased annually. This is separate from the WI snowmobile registration.
 
2.  What is the cost of the trail pass?
Once Act 142 is implemented, if your membership dues with one of the nearly 600 AWSC snowmobile clubs statewide are up to date and the club has paid your AWSC dues, the cost of the Trail Pass will be $10.  If you are purchasing the new Trail Pass and are NOT an AWSC and snowmobile club member the cost will be $30 per snowmobile.
 
3. Do I have to join a club?
 No – It will be your choice to join one of the nearly 600 AWSC snowmobile clubs statewide.  Please remember that without the clubs and volunteers there would be NO TRAILS!  It is the club volunteers that provide and maintain the WI Snowmobile Trail System.
 
4.  Where do the funds from the trail pass go?
The revenue generated from the sale of snowmobile registrations and Trail Passes will go into the state snowmobile program’s segregated fund.
 
5. How do I obtain my trail pass?
Those details and processes have yet to be determined by the State along with the AWSC.
 
6. Do I still have to register my snowmobile with the State of WI? 
Yes, however the registration fee structure will change to a $30/3 year registration.  Currently it is $30/2 years. 
 
7.  Is the Out of State (Non-Resident) trail pass going to increase in cost?
 Yes, it will increase to $50 from $35 (current).
 
8. My snowmobile is 30 years (or older).  Do I still need a trail pass?
The new law provides a free annual (yearly) trail pass sticker to be displayed on sleds 30 years and older.
 


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                                          Current Reminders, Info & Events:

                                                    (Posted 03/26/14)   DATES FOR THE 2014-15 SEASON WILL BE POSTED HERE IN LATE FALL 


                                          (12/15/13) CHILI RIDE IN: SAT. JAN. 11, 2014 - TPSC CLUBHOUSE.  NOON TO 5 PM
    ***THIS IS THE TPSC ONLY FUND RAISER.   PLEASE STOP OUT FOR A AFTERNOON OF CAMARADERIE, FUN, FOOD
AND DRINKS.  TRY SOME  DELICIOUS HOMEMADE DESSERTS.  DON'T FORGET TO ENTER OUR BASKET RAFFLES FOR YOUR CHANCE TO WIN SOME FABULOUS PRIZES***  THANKS IN ADVANCE AND SEE YOU THERE!

                                  (12/15/13) LANGLADE COUNTY RIDE IN:  SAT. JAN. 25, 2014 - LILY CLUBHOUSE. 11AM to 3PM

                                    (12/15/13) RADAR RUN: SAT. JAN. 25, 2014 - ON PICKEREL LAKE AT PICKEREL POINT                    REGISTRATION 9 AM TO 10 AM - SPONSORED BY PICKEREL POINT RESORT & WALLEYE LODGE & CAMPGROUND

              (12/15/13) LMT CHICKEN BOOYAH: SAT. JAN. 25, 2014 - FROG ALLEY BAR & CAMPGROUND.  NOON to ?

                                     (12/15/13) CLUB RIDE: SAT. FEB. 1, 2014 - MEET AT TPSC CLUBHOUSE AT 9:30 AM

                    (12/15/13) PICKEREL FUN DAY (AKA JUMP IN) - SAT.  FEB. 8, 2014 - ON PICKEREL LAKE AT CULVERT

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                                     IMPORTANT TRAIL INFO YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE YOU GO:

(Posted 01/21/14): NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS.  THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED.  LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.



(Posted 10/11/12) Pickerel Creek Rd. Issue: After many meetings with the Town Of Ainsworth Officials and your Club Officers and Board Members the passage of using Pickerel Creek Rd. has been granted with NEW STIPULATIONS:
                                                                              1. There is a 25 MPH SPEED LIMIT
                                                                    2. Snowmobiles are to be in SINGLE FILE ONLY
   3. ALL Northbound will use the east side of the road and ALL Southbound traffic will use the west side of the road.                                                         (Just as if you were driving a car or truck.)
                                                                     4. Pickerel Creek Rd. will not be groomed.
There is also a slight trail change through the woods getting on/off Pickerel Creek Rd. near Hwy T so you won't have to be on the road the entire time.

PLEASE RESPECT THESE STIPULATIONS OR THIS PASSAGEWAY WILL BE CLOSED.

(Posted 10/11/12) Due to a sale of land you can no longer get off/on the trail off of Pickerel Lake at Firelite Lodge. You will still be able to get to the Firelite Lodge by TRAIL ONLY and not via Pickerel Lake.

(Posted 11/17/2012) Due to circumstances beyond the Tombstone Pickerel Sno- Club's control, the trail that goes up to the Mole Lake Casino will DEAD-END at the Mole Lake Casino. This means you will NO LONGER be able to ride from Mole Lake to Hwy 8.
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                                                     Caution:
                                 The Winter aeration (large area of open water) on Pickerel Lake is located
                                                  on the north side of the lake just east of the narrows.                 
                           Please be advised that ice conditions can change rapidly and beware of ice heaves.
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                                                                            2013-14 PAST POSTS

                                                                                              03/24/14
                                                  Forest County: Trails are open and in generally Good Condition!
                                               Langlade County: Trails are open and in generally Good Condition!

                                    LANGLADE COUNTY CLOSING FOR THE SEASON ON TUES. MARCH 25, 2014 @ 5PM

                                As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime, day or night.

A lot of snow receded from the roads, but when you get away from those and bare pavement at gas stations the riding is quite amazing for this time of year.


03/24/14: NOTICE

SNOWMOBILERS AND ATV’ERS

​Due to deteriorating trail conditions and warm temperatures expected, the entire Langlade County snowmobile-funded public snowmobile trail system will be officially closed for the season effective at 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 25, 2014. 
 
​The Langlade County Snowmobile Ordinance prohibits snowmobilers and all-terrain vehicles from operating on the above trails. Anyone operating on the above trails will be prosecuted.
​Also, the Langlade County ATV trail system will remain closed until further notice.

​Langlade County Forestry and Recreation Department
Tammy Kubiaczyk, Recreation Coordinator



                                                                  03/17/14
                                            Forest County: Trails are open and in generally Good Condition!
                                          Langlade County: Trails are open and in generally Good Condition!

Here are a few pics from Sat. 3/15/14 late afternoon/early evening grooming:
 
 
 


From WJFW, Rhinelander:
Looking More Like December


Forecast Updated at 6:50 PM Monday 03/17/14:

***A WINTER STORM WARNING is in effect from midnight tonight until 6:00PM Wednesday for Ashland and Iron(WI) Counties. Snow accumulations of 6 to 12 inches are possible for the area.***

***A WINTER STORM WATCH is in effect from Tuesday morning until Wednesday evening for Price, Vilas, Gogebic and Ontonagon Counties. A period of wet and heavy snow is possible late Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday with several inches of accumulations possible.***

Light snow will briefly come to an end for the Northwoods this evening, but a band of snow will redevelop after midnight along and north of Highway 70. This band of snow may only bring minor accumulations by early tomorrow morning before it lifts northward towards Lake Superior. Most of tomorrow actually looks dry, but mainly cloudy as high temps climb into the mid to upper 30s.

All attention turns to tomorrow evening and tomorrow night as our next storm system takes aim at the Northwoods. There's still plenty of details to sort out with this system, but it looks like most folks living north of Highway 64 will need to shovel or plow by Wednesday!
Snow will develop late Tuesday afternoon with periods of moderate to heavy snow across the Northwoods late Tuesday evening and into Tuesday night.

There should be enough warm air with this system that will bring a period of a rain/snow mix south of Highway 64 Tuesday evening and night. That means snow totals will drop off quickly once you head south of Medford/Merrill/Antigo with more snow expected as you head north of Highway 8. As much as 6-8" of snow may be possible north of Highway 70 with around 4-6" possible along the Highway 8 corridor. There's still some uncertainty with the exact track of this system and any jog southward in the track could mean more snowfall!

Winds will also be an issue on Wednesday with blowing and drifting snow likely through the afternoon with snow showers coming to an end by Wednesday evening. We'll catch a brief break from snow on Thursday before another round of snow returns by Friday. The good news is that temperatures will trend a little closer to average by Friday, the bad news is that we're in for another blast of cold air by the weekend. High temperatures by Saturday will fall back into the low 20s with highs by Sunday struggling to reach 20 degrees.


03/12/14: All three of our groomers are out at the time of this post and we will be done grooming later tonight.  It struggled to get above 24* today! Spoke with a few people who rode late last night and today and they were surprised on how good the trails are.   
Tonight's low is -8*.
Thursday's forecast has a chance of snow and high of 36* with low of -6*.
Friday will be warmer and cloudy with high of 39*, low of 19*.
Saturday, cloudy, high of 28*, low of -28.

On a side note: I was out riding again this past weekend and on Saturday with the heavy traffic came a lot of riders who were way over their side of the trail, not just on straight a ways but also on curves and hills!! PLEASE, SLOW DOWN AND STAY RIGHT!! A lot of other sledders were also talking about this as well as about the sledders who were stopped and ticketed for not stopping at stop signs, riding off trail and other violations.

                                           This Saturday, 03/15 is the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Pickerel. 
                                                                                 Parade starts at Noon.


                                                                                             03/11/14
                                                    Forest County: Trails are open and in Good Condition!
                                                 Langlade County: Trails are open and in Good Condition!
                         As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime day or night.

03/11/14: We had extremely heavy traffic this past weekend and trails held up really well until the warmer temps crept in. By late Saturday afternoon they were soft but plenty of snow. Groomers were out and temps dropped making the trails great for a Sunday ride! By late Sunday afternoon trails were getting soft again but snow loss wasn't too bad.  Monday was not favorable, sun and high of 52* Snow cover has receded along side roads. If the forecast is correct and we are over the warmest temps for the week, our groomers will be out when the temps cooperate and we should be able to sneak in another weekend of riding while the fat lady is clearing her voice.

On a side note: I was out riding again this weekend and on Saturday with the heavy traffic came a lot of riders who were way over their side of the trail, not just on straight a ways but also on curves and hills!! PLEASE, SLOW DOWN AND STAY RIGHT!! A lot of other sledders were also talking about this as well as about the sledders who were stopped and ticketed for not stopping at stop signs, riding off trail and other violations.

This Saturday 03/15 is the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Pickerel. Parade starts at Noon.

From WJFW, Forecast Updated at 10:45 PM Monday 03/10/14:

There's nothing like the first truly spring like day of the year and Monday went a long ways to damper all of our cabin fever. We managed 54 glorious degrees here in Rhinelander and was our first 40 & 50 degree day since November 17th when we had 51 degrees! We tallied 112 consecutive days with sub 40 degree highs here in Rhinelander which is the 4th longest streak on record. We fell short of the record of 118 days set back in March of 1922.

Don't get too used to the warm weather we had Monday as temps nose dive by Wednesday. Clouds will be on the increase Monday night leading to the chance for a wintry mix of rain/sleet/snow by Tuesday morning for Central Wisconsin. The Northwoods should remain dry, but if you are traveling south, watch out for slick spots on the roads south of Highway 29. Temps tumble into the teens for highs by Wednesday as we receive a glancing blow of arctic air.

March is often marked with large temperature extremes and this week will be no exception. Temperatures rebound back into the low 30s by Thursday with a few light snow showers for the Northwoods. Temps climb back into the upper 30s by Friday before falling back into the 20s for highs this weekend. We could see a few flurries across northern Wisconsin for Friday and Saturday, but there are no indications we will see any big winter storm over the next 7 days. Temperatures will remain below average heading into next week with highs remaining in the 20s.

Nothing like the first 50° day of the year!
Chief Meteorologist Matt Benz

Snowfall:
Monday: None
Last 2 Days: None
Last 3 Days: None

Tuesday: Chance for a wintry mix along and south of Highway 29. Mostly cloudy and cooler!
Temps: 35° to 39°
Winds: NNW 5-10 mph
Wind Chills: 20° to 30°

Tuesday Night: Lake effect flurries. Turning colder!
Temps: 2° to 6°
Winds: NNW 5-10 mph
Wind Chills: -10° to 0°


                                                                                          03/03/14
                                                  Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                               Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                              As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime day or night.

03/03/14: It was a chilly but awesome weekend to ride! Trails continue to be just awesome!
This weeks highs are in the lower 20's and lows in the low single digits except for Thursday evening which is about 16*  This Tuesday and Friday there is a chance of snow.
Currently it is 7* and light snow.

  
                                                                      Ride Safe, Stay Right and Keep The Track Side Down!

                                                                                            02/24/14
                                                  Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                               Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                              As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime day or night.

02/24/14: What another fun weekend for riding! Trails were quite busy all weekend. All of the TPSC trails are groomed and with the below zero temps last night trails continue to be in excellent condition. We should be headed for another great weekend ahead as this weeks forecast remains to be cold with some chances of snow. Currently it is 3* and light snow.
 
                                Ride Safe, Stay Right and Keep The Track Side Down!


                                                                                             02/21/14
                                                   Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                                Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                               As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime day or night.

02/21/14: Yesterday late morning it began to get some light mist which changed to sleet which changed to snow.  We had all three of our groomers out yesterday and we had all the trails groomed and smooth and all 3 groomers back in by 9:30pm last night.  I am estimating about 5" of new snow.  It is currently 16* and the temps is supposed to drop throughout the day.  We are currently getting some light snow, maybe an additional inch or two today.  It was pretty windy last night and so far today it is as well.  Wind gusts up to 45-50 mph. Please use caution as you may encounter downed tree limbs from throughout the night. Trails will be on the soft side until the temps drop. Low tonight around zero.  Saturdays high 18*, low of -4*.  Sunday, high of 17*, low of -5*. Early next week looks like the highs will be around 14*, with lows below zero.

                                                       Ride Safe, Stay Right and Keep The Track Side Down!


                                                                                               02/18/14
                                                    Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                                 Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                 As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime day or night.

02/18/14: Yesterday late morning it began snowing and it continued into the early evening.
We ended up with about 4" of fresh powder.  We are going to let the sleds pack this snowfall down because of the predicted warm temps (highs in mid to upper 30's) for today and Wednesday and the current uncertainty (rain or snow) of what Thursday will bring. 
Once we see what Thursday will bring will determine when we will be out with the groomers.
The good news is it is supposed to be cold out on the weekend!  


                                                                                                 02/16/14
                                                         Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                                       Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                         As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime!

                                   02/16/14: Late yesterday afternoon it began snowing and it continued into the evening.
                     We ended up with about 4" of fresh powder.  All three of our groomers were out again last night for their regular  Saturday night routes.
                                                          We are expecting our next round of snow today: 
Watch 	WINTER STORM WATCH
Begin: *Sun Feb 16 2014 11:08 AM CST*
Expires: *Mon Feb 17 2014 6:00 PM CST*

Alert Details

* SNOW WILL ARRIVE LATE TONIGHT OR MONDAY MORNING AND WILL BE
MODERATE OR HEAVY AT TIMES DURING THE DAY MONDAY.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 4 TO 7 INCHES ARE EXPECTED.

                                                    02/14/14
                                                   Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                               Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                               As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime!

02/14/14: We were only supposed to get a little snow yesterday/last evening maybe a dusting to 1/2" inch but we ended up with about 3" of new snow! Weekend highs are in the teens to low 20's and our next chance of snow is for Monday!   ENJOY!!
                                                                                               02/12/14
                                                  Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                               Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                               As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime!

          02/12/14: Had spectacular trails the last few days and very little traffic! better get out there and  enjoy as  forecast for next week is getting pretty warm....

                                                                                                02/09/14
                                                    Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                                 Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                   As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime!


      02/09/14:  With Saturdays Jump In in the books for 2014, so is another busy weekend on the TPSC trails.  Our trails really took a beating and all three of our groomers were out grooming from 11AM to 3:15PM during the Jump In and then all three were out again doing their regular Saturday night runs, with some groomers getting in about 5AM this morning. All groomer drivers reported extremely heavy traffic the entire day and evening. Today late afternoon, all three groomers are out yet again getting things back into shape from the weekend. 
I did some riding late afternoon/early evening and the trails are really getting fixed up nice! 
Just in time for the sub zero temps tonight! 
Hats off to all the great volunteer groomer drivers who unselfishly give countless hours of their time to make the trails great for YOUR enjoyment, so when you see them, tell them THANKS!

                               HAPPY TRAILS, TRACK SIDE DOWN AND THINK SNOW!
                            

                                                                                                02/07/14
                                                           Forest County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                                        Langlade County: Trails are open and in Excellent Condition!
                                          As ALWAYS, please keep in mind that our groomers can be out at anytime!

(Posted 01/21/14): NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS.  THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED.  LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.

      02/07/14:  All of our trails in both Langlade and Forest County were groomed this past week and all trails are in awesome shape! Temps today is a high of 2* with west winds 10 to 15 mph. Tonight low will be about -12*.  Saturday morning sunny and high around 8* winds from the west.  Sunday, high of 11*, low of -4*.  Lots of sleds in Pickerel already for tomorrows Jump In on Pickerel Lake.  Don't forget about the Pickerel Rescue Squad's Pancake Breakfast on Saturday beginning at 8AM to 11AM at the Fire Dept. on Hwy 55 in Pickerel. For $5.00 per person enjoy 3 pancakes, 3 sausages and coffee/milk/juice. All proceeds going towards new equipment.

                                                                                               02/03/14
                                                                                Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                             Langlade County: Trails are open!

(Posted 01/21/14): NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS.  THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED.  LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.

      02/03/14:  Our trails in Forest County were groomed as usual over the weekend and are in very good to excellent condition.  Our trails in Langlade County did not get groomed over the weekend because of the all of the four wheelers leaving huge ruts everywhere. We started Sunday afternoon to groom in Langlade County and will continue to repair them today.  Todays high is about 18*, low of -4*.  Tuesday also high of 18* and low of -4*. Currently it is -24*.



                               HAPPY TRAILS, TRACK SIDE DOWN AND THINK SNOW!


                                                                                                  01/31/14
                                                                                  Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                               Langlade County: Trails are open!

(Posted 01/21/14): NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS.  THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED.  LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.

                                  01/31/14:  Thursday we got up to the low 20's and we roughly received 5" of new snow!
                                                             All 3 of our groomers were out yesterday afternoon and night. 
                                                                                 Our
 low temp last night was -9*
                                     Today our high is expected to be 7* and our overnight low around the -9* mark.
                                                      Trails are in very good to excellent condition, at least for today...

01/31/14 @4:35PM: We will NOT be grooming our trails in LANGLADE County until after the weekend due to the invasion of four wheelers on the trails and leaving huge ruts everywhere!
                          
                                      Don't forget tomorrow (Saturday) is the TPSC Club Ride. 
For more info go to Events page.


                                                                                                 01/29/14
                                                                                 Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                              Langlade County: Trails are open!

(Posted 01/21/14): NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS.  THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED.  LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.

                                             01/29/14:  Trails are groomed and are in very good to excellent condition.
                                                                    The last couple of days it has been very cold and windy. 
                                                                     Expect some trails to
have some drifted snow on them.  
                                                   This evening we have a 50 to 75% chance of snow but maybe only a inch.
                                                Thursday morning we have 75 to 100% chance of snow, 2" to 4" is possible.
                                                Thursday afternoon 25 to 50% chance of snow, maybe another inch at most.
                                                            Friday through Sunday looks to be highs in the single digits.
                                                                        Don't forget this Saturday is the TPSC Club Ride. 
                                                                                    For more info go to Events page.


                                                                                            01/27/14
                                                                           Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                        Langlade County: Trails are open!

01/21/14: NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS.  THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED.  LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.

                                           01/27/14:  Yesterday we received approximately 2 - 2 1/2" of new snow.
                                                     Trails are groomed and are in very good to excellent condition.  
                                                      Today high of -11, low of -12.  Tuesday high of -6, low of -22.   
                                                                Don't forget this Saturday is the TPSC Club Ride. 
                                                                           For more info go to Events page.


                                                                                               01/24/14
                                                                                Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                             Langlade County: Trails are open!
01/24/14:  Not much new to report. This morning we got a little dusting of snow, it is cloudy and about 8* with predictions of 1 - 2" of snow for today/tonight. Low tonight -1*.  Saturday high of 1*, low of-13*, Sunday high of 9*, low of -14* with 40% chance of snow.
                                                              Trails are in good to very good condition.  
                                                          Don't forget this Saturday's events in the area.
                                                       For more info on this weekends go to Events page.


                                                                                               01/21/14
                                                                               Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                            Langlade County: Trails are open!

01/21/14: NOTICE: THERE IS A PROBLEM WITH SLEDS GOING OVER THE 10MPH SPEED LIMIT ON LOST LAKE ROAD (NEAR HWY 55) WHERE THERE ARE SOME RESIDENCES, ESPECIALLY WHERE THE TRAIL CROSSES OVER DRIVEWAYS.  THIS TRAIL HAS HAD "SLOW" AND SPEED LIMIT SIGNS POSTED FOR MANY YEARS AND THERE WERE TWO MORE 10 MPH ADDED THIS AFTERNOON (ONE IN EACH DIRECTION) ALSO, I AM TOLD BOTH THE DNR AND LANGLADE COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT HAS BEEN NOTIFIED OF THIS PROBLEM AND IT WILL BE MONITORED BY BOTH AGENCIES.  PLEASE FOLLOW THE 10 MPH SPEED LIMIT SIGNS OR THIS TRAIL WILL BE CLOSED.  LOST LAKE ROAD IS A MAJOR TRAIL GETTING TO/FROM POST LAKE AREA AS WELL AS GETTING TO AND FROM PICKEREL LAKE.

      01/21/14:  Tonight's low is -5*.  Wednesday high of 9* with chance of AM snow, low of -2*.  Thursday high of 1*, low of -6*.  This Friday and Saturday look to be high in the teens with another chance of snow Friday.  Trails are still in good to very good condition and with the cold weather and regrooming this weekend should be a excellent weekend to ride!  Don't forget this Saturday's events in the area. For more info on this weekends go to Events page.
                                                                 Currently it is cloudy and -4*

                                                                                              01/20/14                                                                                                        01/20/14: We had quite a busy weekend traffic wise.  Not only here but in the entire area.
Trails held up great last weekend thru most of Saturday, but with the heavy amount of traffic on Saturday and temps not cooperating Saturday night and most of Sunday trails got on the soft side. 
All three of our groomers were out later Sunday and will be out getting our trails system regroomed as now the temp is being more favorable. As of this post we are expecting highs in the single digits today through Thursday with chance of snow on Wednesday. This Friday and Saturday look to be high in the teens with another chance of snow Friday.  Trails are still in good to very good condition and with the cold weather and regrooming this weekend should be a excellent weekend to ride!  Don't forget this Saturday's events in the area. For more info on this weekends go to Events page.
                                                                                Currently it is cloudy and 6*


                                                                                               01/17/14
                                                                            Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                         Langlade County: Trails are open!

                                            01/17/14:  All TPSC Trails have been groomed and are in very good condition.
Yesterday we picked up another 1 1/2" of new snow!  This morning we are expecting some flurries. Temps will continue to cooperate this weekend with today being partly, cloudy high of 15, low of -2.  There is a slight chance we may pick up some more snow tonight into Saturday, this will depend on which track this next system takes.  Keep your fingers crossed! 
Saturday looks to be partly sunny with high of 18, low of 6 and Sunday high of 24 and low of -6. 


                                                                                                 01/16/14
                                                                              Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                          Langlade County: Trails are open!

      01/16/14:  All TPSC Trails have been groomed and are in good to very good condition. 
As far as the forecast, nothing too exciting at this point.  Today, there's a chance we could get another inch of snow. Todays high is expected to be around 28*, low around 10*   On Friday high of 13*, low of 9* and Saturday high of 14, low around 0

                                                                                                  01/15/14
                                                                                Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                             Langlade County: Trails are open!

                                                          01/15/14: We received 9 to 10" of new snow on Tuesday!!
                                              Lesser amounts to the north, such as Crandon but still in the 5" range!
                               Groomers were out on about 1/2 to 2/3 of our trail system, the remainder will be finished today.
                                                                                  Currently it is cloudy and 9*



 
                                                                                                 01/14/14
                                                                               Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                             Langlade County: Trails are open!

                                    01/14/14: We received about 4 1/2 to 5" of new snow so far and it is still snowing pretty good!!
                                                                                      Groomers are out already!
                                                                                 Currently it is 20* and snowing!!
                                                                                               Low for tonight 5*
Warning: LANGLADE COUNTY 	WINTER STORM WARNING
Begin: *Tue Jan 14 2014 11:50 AM CST*
Expires: *Wed Jan 15 2014 12:00 AM CST*

Alert Details

* SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO THIS EVENING BEFORE ENDING BY MIDNIGHT.
THE SNOW MAY BE HEAVY AT TIMES THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 5 TO 9 INCHES ARE EXPECTED.

* THE SNOWFALL...COMBINED WITH GUSTY WINDS THIS AFTERNOON INTO
THE EVENING WILL CREATE CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW
AND POOR TRAVEL CONDITIONS.

Taken Late Afternoon on 01/14/14

Jan, 14, 2014  Late Afternoon. Taken Late Afternoon on 01/14/14

Trail Trivia has started!!

                                HAPPY TRAILS, TRACK SIDE DOWN AND THINK SNOW!
                                                                  


                                                                                                 
01/12/14: THANK YOU TO EVERYONE who helped get ready, donated items/baskets, made desserts, worked at the event, help clean up and to everyone who attended to help make our Chili Ride In a success!  
                                                               All 3 of our groomers were out again last night.

                                                             It is currently 30* mostly cloudy with peaks of sun...
                                                                         Tonight not much colder than right now

                                           Monday: still hovering in the 30* then later Monday evening in the high teens.


                                                                                            01/11/14
                                                                           Forest County: Trails are open!
                                                                         Langlade County: Trails are open!

                                                              TODAY!! SAT. JAN. 11, 2014 IS THE CHILI RIDE IN!!!
                                                                                           NOON TO 5PM
                                                                      COMPLIMENTARY CHILI AND HOT DOGS
                                                                                   BEVERAGES AVAILABLE
                                                                              ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
                                                    ANYONE WISHING TO DONATE BASKETS FOR RAFFLES. ITEMS FOR SILENT AUCTION 
                                                             OR TO MAKE DESSERTS MAY BRING THEM WITH TODAY.                                                     
                                                                      THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

                                   01/11/14: We received about 4" of new snow with some moisture to it from last night.
                                                                             Trails are in good condition
                                                   It is currently cloudy and 24*, high of 28* with slight chance of snow
                                                                               Tonight low in the teens
                                                                                     Sunday high of 32*


                                                               HAPPY TRAILS, TRACK SIDE DOWN AND THINK SNOW!

                                                                                                                           01/10/14
Forest County: Trails are open.
Langlade County: Trails are open with the following exception:
The trail from the intersection of Highway’s C, H, and I, to the Lincoln County Line, will be closed until further notice. There is a bridge out and in need of repair. 01/10/14: BRIDGE IS NOW REPAIRED!!


THIS SAT. JAN. 11, 2014 IS THE CHILI RIDE IN!!!
NOON TO 5PM
COMPLIMENTARY CHILI AND HOT DOGS
BEVERAGES AVAILABLE
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
ANYONE WISHING TO DONATE BASKETS FOR RAFFLES. ITEMS FOR SILENT AUCTION OR TO MAKE DESSERTS MAY DROP THEM OFF ON SATURDAY. THANKS IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT.

01/10/14: Not much new to update about. Biggest "news" is it is warming up and hopefully this next system will bring us that 3-5" of fresh snow with some moisture in it.  The 3-5" is predicted to fall later tonight and into Saturday morning. Just hope it doesn't get too warm and goof things up before being back into the mid 20's on Monday.  Trails are in pretty decent shape since they were all groomed and smoothed before the recent super cold snap! Been seeing some sleds around today!

                                                                                  HAPPY TRAILS AND THINK SNOW!



(01/07/14 @7PM)THIS SAT. JAN. 11, 2014 IS THE CHILI RIDE IN!!!
NOON TO 5PM
COMPLIMENTARY CHILI AND HOT DOGS
BEVERAGES AVAILABLE
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND
ANYONE WISHING TO DONATE BASKETS FOR RAFFLES. ITEMS FOR SILENT AUCTION OR TO MAKE DESSERTS MAY DROP THEM OFF ON SATURDAY.

01/07/14: Not much new to update about. Still cold but getting better! Need it to warm up so we can get some fresh snow.

01/07/14: Temperatures will remain below zero for our Tuesday Night with temps sinking to around -20°F. However, we do get relief as the highs on Wednesday will be jumping above the zero degree mark. Then add in plenty of sunshine and the weather will certainly feel bearable. Then for overnight Wednesday, one more bitter cold night with lows near -20°F
and then the warmth will become more pronounced with highs Thursday in the teens (above zero), though wind chill will make it feel below zero.

As the week comes to a close highs will near the freezing mark, and on Saturday temps will be close to 32°F. While it is nice to near the freezing mark, snow showers will also follow the warming trend as a quick system will move in overnight Friday and into Saturday




                                                               

(01/03/14 @3:25PM)Last Saturday evening/early Sunday morning was the last time we groomed after enduring the warm temps this past    Saturday Dec. 28, 2013. Trails have been holding up very well with the cold and light traffic.
It has been a COLD week with not much in the way of snow. More COLD to come this weekend...

From WJFW:

It was a cold start to this first Friday of 2014! Antigo hit -25 degrees this morning, beating a record low of -22 in 1979. Temperatures have begun to warm up during the morning thanks to clouds moving into the area. Along with a mostly cloudy day we also get a windy day! Southerly winds will gust to near 30 miles per hour. While the winds bring in warm air, they drop wind chills to below zero through the afternoon.

It stays breezy overnight as a cold front moves through around sunrise Saturday. Snow falls as the front passes with 1 to 2 inches for most of the area by Saturday afternoon. Northern areas such as Ashland and Iron counties will pick up closer to 2 inches. Temperatures are on the rise during the night starting near 10 degrees and climbing to 20 degrees ahead of the front.

Behind the cold front Saturday, temperatures fall quickly. The morning will start near 20 degrees and the afternoon's temperatures will be near 5 degrees. It's still a windy day with light snow chances through the morning and lake effect snow for the afternoon.

Temperatures drop further Saturday night as a Wind Chill Advisory goes into effect at 6PM that evening for the area. Lows will reach 20 below with west-northwest winds keeping wind chills to a chilly 35 to 45 below. Sunday doesn't offer much relief. Highs manage to reach 10 below with lake effect snow possible for the snowbelts. The Wind Chill Advisory will expire at 6PM Sunday evening just as a Wind Chill Warning kicks in. This warning lasts until noon Tuesday with wind chill ranging from 40 to 50 below zero! The coldest period is Monday morning as lows hit 30 below! This could mean school closures and delays. If you do venture out, keep outdoor activity extremely brief and be sure to look after pets properly!

Try to stay warm!
Meteorologist Melissa Constanzer

Snowfall:
Thursday: Dusting
Last 24 Hours: Dusting
Last 72 Hours: Dusting


Friday: Clouds thicken with winds picking up.
Temps: 9° to 13°
Winds: South 10-20, Gusts to 30 mph
Wind Chills: -15° to -5°

Friday Night: Snow develops in the evening with a dusting to 2" possible by daybreak. Temps will be rising throughout the night.
Temps: Around 10° early with temps near 20° by daybreak
Winds: SSW 10-20 mph
Wind Chills: -5° to 10°

Saturday: Snow showers ending into the morning, then temps drop through the midday and afternoon.
Temps: Around 20° in the morning then falling into the single digits by late afternoon.
Winds: SW/NW 10-20 mph
Wind Chills: -15° to -5°



(12/29/13) We endured the Saturday moderate traffic and above 32*. The entire TPSC trail system was groomed Sat. night and into the early hours of this morning. Temps finally dropped and trails should be froze down again! It is currently 8* and very lightly snowing! Today's high is 9* with low of -20* for tonight. This next week looks good as far as the temps go.
Mon. high of 1, low of -11 with chance of snow
Tues. high -2, low of -13
Wed. high 5, low of -4
Thurs. high 10, low of -6
More snow would be great, but hey, trails are open and conditions are early season riding, please use caution.

(12/24/13 @ 1:40 PM) The TPSC groomers have been out again and our entire trail system is in good condition!
Please keep in mind this is early season riding and use caution when riding.
This morning was -21 so all the trails should have had a chance to freeze down. 
We are supposed to get another 3" of snow tonight beginning around 8PM tonight!

(12/20/13 @ 9:40AM)  Langlade County Section "A"  Trails will open this evening Fri. Dec. 20, 2013 at 5PM with RESTRICTIONS: Trails south of Highway J from the Lincoln County Line to Highway 45 will remain closed, with the exception of the trail from intersection 42A to the intersection at Highway C, H and I. Also, trails south of Highway V from Highway 45, to Highway I, to Highway 52, along with trails west of Hill Road and west of Polar Road south of Polar, will be closed due to lack of adequate snow cover. Trails south and west of these areas are considered unsafe and riders are warned to stay off these trails. Anyone riding on closed trails will be prosecuted. For a map of closed trails, please visit www.countyoftrails.com Trail conditions in the wooded northern and eastern parts of the county will be in fair to good condition. Trails in open fields and across lakes may be drifted and also lacking in snow cover; please use extreme caution in these areas.Also, ATV’s are not allowed on these snowmobile trails until December 30, 2013 and when the temperature is greater than 28° F.


(12/20/13) FOREST COUNTY TRAILS OPEN ON FRIDAY DEC. 20, 2013 - TIME: ?


(12/17/13 @ 11:40PM) We ARE getting closer to our favorite season & sport!!
All the of the Tombstone Pickerel trails are panned and are freezing down nicely.
We are waiting to get more snow before Langlade County trail will open the trails.
I will post as soon as possible on when that will be.

The TPSC held it's Snowmobile Safety Class on Sat. Dec. 7 & Sun. Dec. 8, 2013
Although this years class was smaller than usual it still takes the same amount of time to prepare for the class, set up guest speakers such as the DNR Recreational Warden,  Pickerel Volunteer Rescue EMT's and teach the class.
We are proud we have three dedicated DNR Certified Instructors who teach this class.
TV Channel 9 out of Wausau came to our class this year!
Click on the link below to see the Channel 9 Video
http://www.waow.com/story/24167524/2013/12/08/young-snowmobilers-prep-for-season

Still photos from the this years class can be found under the Club Pic Page.


(12/15/13 @ 9:40PM) We are getting closer to our favorite season!
Most of the Tombstone Pickerel trails are panned, the rest should be done within the next 24 hrs.
We have several private landowners who graciously allow us to use their land for the trail and at some of the landowners requests who deer hunt we could not go and pan until regular gun season, muzzleloader and antlerless hunt were over. (Anterless ended today, 12/15/13)

FOREST COUNTY: Trails are slated to OPEN on Fri. Dec. 20, 2013
LANGLADE COUNTY: ALL Trails are currently CLOSED.

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 (11/14/13 @5:10 AM) Fall is finally here and the ground is freezing up! Deer season, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years are fast approaching. Hopefully we will be lucky enough to have decent snow by Christmas. 
Here are some of the recent highlights of the Club:
 
September was our annual trail work day.  We had 15 volunteers who brushed, moved rocks  & signed trails. It was work but we did have a lot of laughs and socializing at the end of the day. THANK YOU TO ALL THAT HELPED
 
September and October some more trail maintenance work was done making part the trail on the north end of our trails (approximately between Hwy 55, going east towards Exxon Rd.) wider, removing a lot of rocks and resigning making it a whole lot better. This took a lot of time and energy, not to mention equipment by our volunteers and the weather was not always cooperative. But as always, somehow, someway our great volunteers managed to get it much improved making it easier on our grooming equipment and for your riding enjoyment.
 
November was the AWSC Workshop in Stevens Point and the Club was represented very well by 14 members.
As you may or may not know early this past Spring, our former secretary, Mary Schmitzer nominated our Trail Boss for the 2012 Groomer of the Year Award. Mary did a wonderful job and
Steve Bailey, TPSC Trail Boss was honored at the AWSC Banquet on Sat. Nov. 2, 2013!
 
Don't forget, TPSC Safety Class is coming up the first weekend in December!
See the Safety Class page for details.
 
 A couple of things were added to the Events page as there is a Radar Run on Sat. Jan. 25, 2014
Sponsored by Pickerel Point Resort & Walleye Lodge & Campground.

Also added the date of the Pickerel Fun Day (AKA Jump In) which is Sat. Feb. 8, 2014
 
Until something significant happens the website probably won't have any updates until at least after gun deer season.  Good luck and above all be safe out there!
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07/09/13: I hope everyone is enjoying their summer, (that was off to a slow start up here.)
We have been having a lot of rain and I can only hope we have a lot of snow this coming sled season.

I have updated the Events page with dates and times for the 2013-14 season so when you begin to plan your sled trips this may help you as to what is going on at TPSC and other events. Snowmobile Safety Class is also set and info on that can be found on the Safety Class page. Pre-registration for Safety Class will begin on October 15, 2013. Information for the 2014 Chili Ride In along with the Club Trail Ride can also be found on the Events page.

Our first gathering is our Annual Trail Work Day it will be on Sat. Sept. 7, 2013
hope to see you there as well as at the Club's other events!
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  • Contact Us update (Posted 08/29/13)While we would like to hear from you with your questions, comments, and suggestions, we will ONLY address them by receiving them through the TPSC email address tpsc@tombstonepickerel.com or US Mail:Tombstone Pickerel Snowmobile ClubP.O. Box 38Pickerel, WI  54465Thanks!
    Posted Aug 30, 2013, 6:28 AM by Jacquie Bailey
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