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Updated: 1 December, 2004

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Snowmobiling in Wisconsin
Everything you need to know about licensing, safety and age requirements for snowmobiling in Wisconsin from the Department of Natural Resources. What's new? Snowmobiles can now be registered online.

Wisconsin Snowmobile Information
Don't forget that you can order the 2004 Wisconsin Snowmobile map and the 2004-2005 Fall/Winter Event & Recreation Guide (which includes information an all kinds of winter sports, including snowmobiling) FREE from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Check the publications that you're interested in, and submit your address. It's that simple!

World Championship Snowmobile Derby
Every January, the Eagle River Derby Track hosts this world famous event. Find all of the information you need to enjoy a terrific week of snowmobile racing.

Women on Snow
An annual event for women only, Women on Snow will be held January 28-30 in Eagle River, WI - home of the World Championship Snowmobile Derby.

Maximum Sled
This e-zine has everything snowmobile. Especially nice areas include reviews of new gear, popular classified ads, and an interactive buyer's guide.

Snow Tracks
"Your online guide to snowmobiling trail conditions throughout the U.S. and Canada." Not only that, you can also find information on clubs, racing, classifieds, products, and you can order trail maps online! Don't forget to check out their excellent snow conditions chart.

Used Snowmobile Prices
Looking to buy or sell a used sled? NADA Guides (from the North American Auto Dealer Association) has information and price lists for snowmobiles from 1981 to 2003. Another place to check for information on used snowmobiles is the Used Snowmobile Evaluation Guide.

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Roadside Attractions
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