Snow In The Forecast: Travel Wisconsin Snow Conditions Report Is Ready For You
Posted on: 12/21/2017
MADISON, Wis. – With snow in the forecast, trails ready for grooming and ski hills open and running, there’s no better time to check the Travel Wisconsin Snow Conditions Report to plan your next outdoor adventure. The report tracks the most up-to-date conditions for downhill ski and snowboard slopes, snowmobile routes and cross-country ski trails throughout Wisconsin, to ensure each trip is a snowy success.
The interactive travel tool also lets users browse nearby attractions, accommodations or events to plan an entire weekend getaway, and share their photos with fellow winter sports enthusiasts. Travelers can subscribe online to receive the report right to their email inbox every Thursday, check the report independently at TravelWisconsin.com or view it from a mobile device to plan a winter weekend on the go.
Wisconsin has plenty of slopes and trails to satisfy outdoor adventure-seekers. Cascade Mountain in southern Wisconsin has recently put $10 million into renovations with new chairlifts and trails, snow guns and ski equipment. Granite Peak at Rib Mountain State Park is a seasonal favorite for skiers with 75 runs across the 700-foot mountain—the tallest peak in Wisconsin.
Things looking thin on the Snow Conditions Report? Not to worry, for technology steps in where Mother Nature lacks. Most of these winter destinations make their own snow.
Travelers looking for year-round Wisconsin getaway ideas, travel planning, events and free guides can discover their own fun at TravelWisconsin.com, Facebook.com/TravelWisconsin, Twitter.com/TravelWI, Instagram.com/TravelWisconsin and Pinterest.com/TravelWisconsin.
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