Lincoln County snowmobile trail update: Most zones now open


The Lincoln County Forestry, Land, and Parks Department opened most of the Lincoln County funded snowmobile trails (County Administrated Trails) in Zones 2, 3, and 4 effective 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2023, with exceptions listed below. Trails in Zone 1 already open remain open, and the portions of Corridor 19 and 17 that had been previously closed opened on Jan. 21, as well.
Exceptions to this and trails remaining closed are:
• Trail 86 from Intersection #25 to the Taylor County line will remain closed at this time;
• Corridor 21 from Hwy. M north of Homestead Rd. to the Taylor County line remains closed at this time; and
• Trail 10 from the intersection with Trail 10A to the intersection of Hwy. 8 and Hwy. CC remains closed. The reroute for the closed segment of Trail 10 is Old Eight Rd., which is a Snowmobile Route.
On trails where winter ATV use is permitted, trails must be open to snowmobile use for seven days before ATV use is allowed.
All trails are closed to winter ATV use when the temperature is above 28 degrees F.
Trails are in early season condition and may be rough and icy in some areas.
Be aware of Trail Closed signs, stay on marked trails only, and respect private land.
Local snowmobile clubs remind riders to stay off lakes and rivers unless a trail has been clearly marked by a club. If a water body is not marked, it is considered unsafe.
For up-to-date Lincoln County trail conditions, go to: or call the Trail Hotline at 715.539.1033.

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