Iron County including Hurley Snow Trails

Iron County’s five trail systems are known for offering some of the best snowmobiling in Wisconsin.

With over 500 miles of snowmobile trails that incorporate many of the county’s historic transportation, mining and lumbering sites, up the Penokee Mountains, to Lake Superior and many other lakes and waterfalls along the way, through mainly forested land. These trails connect with trail systems in Vilas, Price and Ashland counties, along with the upper peninsula of Michigan to keep you riding all day long. Hurley Snow Trails are part of this system, an area that averages 200 inches of snow each year – but in a good year, might top 300 inches! The White Thunder Riders and the Mercer Sno-Goers work with the Iron County Forestry Department to keep nearly 300 miles of Hurley snowmobile trails groomed and in good condition. Hurley is also home to 175,000 acres of public land with snowmobiling access that makes it seem like one big snowmobiling adventure with plenty of room to break your own the trail.

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