With more than 25,000 miles
of pristine snowmobile trails,
it’s no surprise the snowmobile
is an important part
of Wisconsin’s history. In
fact, the first sled was
invented in 1924 by Carl
Eliason in Sayner, and it now
resides at the Vilas County
Historical Museum. There’s
even a Snowmobile Hall of
Fame located in St. Germain.
In other parts of the world a
foot of snow dumped
overnight and snow-covered
highways are sound reasons to
pull down the shades, crank
up the heat, and turn on the
television. But to folks in
Wisconsin, snow is a
precious natural resource
because it means one thing:
snowmobiling.
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