Montello Yetis Snowmobile Club
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Trail Conditions
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Renew your memberships and get your trail passes ordered!
Winter is here! It hasn't been a snowy December, but everything looks to be freezing up well. Hoping for snow soon! Now is a good time to renew your memberships and get your trail passes ordered. Trail passes can take up to 3 weeks to arrive. Receipts are valid to ride. If you are a new member, it will take a little time to get you registered into AWSC. Once you are a member and receive your member #, passes can be ordered then.

Please have your Montello Yetis 2017-2018 dues paid, before you order the trail pass!!
Go here to renew your membership:  Join the Yetis
Go here for Trail Pass Info:    Trail Pass

Trail Closure
Note: There has been a trail closure this year! This is due to a couple individuals riding out of the trail markers and trespassing! Please stay within the markers and get your trail pass. Disobeying either of these is trespassing. This damage was done on one of the only 3 days we opened last year. Very frustrating!
The trail closure is from Intersection #19(direct East of Generations outside Oxford) to Intersection #20(direct West of Citgo on 82). Oxford Sno-mads and members of MCSA are working a re-route, but nothing official yet.
From Oxford, you will need to head north to Intersection #18, head East to Intersection #17.
From Citgo, Head North at Intersection #16, head West at Intersection #17. Head south.

Marquette County Trail Hotline
NOTICE TO ALL SNOWMOBILERS - It is YOUR responsibility to know if trails are open or closed. Be sure you call the trail hot-line number before you ride!
About Us
Montello Yetis Snowmobile club maintains 70 miles of trails in Central Marquette County Wisconsin. Montello Yetis covers from Montello to Harrisville, Montello to Citgo on Highway 23/82, Montello to Germania, and Montello to Lake Puckaway. About 29 miles of this is called "Funded Trail". That means that State funds help maintain that portion of the trail. The money from the state is generated mostly from snowmobile registration fees.

40 miles is called "Club trail", which are strictly funded by us.  The costs involved to maintain trails include signs, grooming equipment, fuel, landowner payments for damage, office expenses, tool expenses and more. At the start of the season, which begins after the close of deer hunting season, the club members install signs that mark the local trails. The man hours are donated by club members. The Yetis also devote time to maintaining good relationships with the 74 property owners who have given permission for the trails to cross their land. Please respect the land due to nearly all of the trails being on private property. Without our landowners allowing us to ride across their property, we would have no trail.

By belonging to a snowmobile club, you are helping to support the sport and assisting in providing good trails. You also have the opportunity to share the fun and fellowship of snowmobiling with others.

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