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Minnesota Snowmobile Vacations


Hold on to your helmets. The trails are limitless and the area is geared up for the snowmobile enthusiast. The area trails are regularly groomed and await those that take to the scenic back country. Bring the family and the sled. We’ll see you on one of the many beautiful trails.   Click here for the Minnesota DNR snowmobiling information page.

Traveling in comfort and safety over the new-fallen snow on a snowmobile has rapidly become the Northland’s favorite winter family activity. Snowmobiling provides a wonderful opportunity for the active family to enjoy a healthy outdoor sport together. Cass County has over 450 miles of interconnected, groomed trails. Click on the links underlined below to view some of our Cass County trail information.

Want to learn more about snowmobiling in Minnesota? Check out the Minnesota DNR web site listed here on your left.

A Snowmobile State Trail Permit is required for snowmobiles not registered in MN to operate on state or grant-in-aid trails. To obtain a permit, visit the Minnesota DNR web site snowmobile permit page.

Snowmobile Trails Conditions

Snowmobile Trail Conditions 1/23/20

LLASC Trails update: All trails are groomed twice a week except Triville. All trails are in very good condition. Chip South and Woodlake are groomed Monday and Thursday. Lost Girl and Chip West are groomed Tuesday and Friday.  Triville groomed
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Snowmobile &  Trails Info

Area Snowmobile Trails
Paul Bunyan Trail
Heartland Trail
Hiram Trail
Chippewa Trail
Triville Trail
Lost Girl Trail
Aspen Trail
Eagle Country Trail
Woodlake Trail

Snowmobile Links:
Minnesota DNR Snow Conditions
Minnesota DNR Snowmobile Trail Maps
Chippewa National Forest Snowmobile Rules
State Snowmobile Trail Sticker

Longville Lakes Area Snowmobile Club
Contact:  Darren Week
PO Box 321
Longville, MN  56655
(218) 363-2614
Meets the 1st Thurs of each month at 7 pm.
Phone (218) 363-2614 for location.


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