Snowmobiling in Eau Claire

If there is one thing that you can depend on getting in Eau Claire in the winter, it's a nice, thick blanket of snow. This makes for the perfect terrain to do some snowmobiling through the snow-covered woods and trails of Eau Claire and the Chippewa Valley. Not only are the trails made for a good ride, but the picturesque views are made to leave you feeling like you're a character in a storybook. Eau Claire's snowmobile trail system travels through 181 miles of oak ridges, pine stands, and rolling hills of farmland. Our trail system also links to our adjacent counties if you're looking to cruise beyond Eau Claire. 

Where to Park

Parking lots are available five miles north on US HWY 27 or five miles east on CTH GG/G at CTH G at the junction with Channey Road. Seymour Town Hall also has another parking lot available three miles east of Eau Clare at the junctions of CTH QS and Tower Drive.

Trail Conditions

For trail conditions, take a look at the Snow Conditions Report from Travel Wisconsin and print out a trail map to take with you.

Places to Stay

Super 8 in Osseo, WI

After a day on the trails exploring Eau Claire County and Trempealeau County, get a good night's rest at Super 8, located just off I-94 and Highway 10. Book your stay at Super 8 for affordable rates and to be within minutes of Osseo's gems like Northwoods Brewpub, the Osseo Nickel Barn, Burly-N-Bucks, Stoney Creek, and more! Click here to explore more ways to experience Osseo.

Sleep Inn & Suites in Wheaton, WI

Sleep Inn & Suites is the perfect place to check in for the night when snowmobiling in the Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls area! With unbeatable breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, high-quality hotel rooms, and being conveniently located off Highway 29, Sleep Inn & Suites has a room for you on your winter adventures.