Trail Conditions
February 13th, 2018 at 10:34:22 PM
Average Snowcover for the area: 6 inches
As of February 14th our trails are closed.
Events in Ridgerunner Country
WRR club ride
February 23rd, 2018 12:00
Rocky Run Breakfast is on 2/11 starting at 8am at the Pardeeville Highschool. •The Club Ride will be in Ladysmith this year. A block of rooms has been reserved at The AmericInn Lodge and Suites in Ladysmith [715.532.7811]. The room block will be held until February 11th (reference Winnebago Ridg  ...continued
Ridgerunner Country News
WRR & CCASC Honors Harold LeJeune
Posted: December 10th, 2013
The following article appeared in Portage Daily Register on Dec 9, 2013 If snowmobiling is in their hearts, then the map of red trails connecting communities is the life blood. More than 500 miles of public snowmobile trails in Columbia County exist for three main reasons: volunteer club members,   ...continued
Welcome to Ridgerunner Country!
Our snowmobile club was formed in November of 1969 making it one of the oldest clubs in Columbia County. Our name reflects our history and the rolling terrain located southwest of Portage In 1828,Fort Winnebago was constructed east of Portage. The fort was built to protect the portage on the Fox-Wisconsin waterway. Our club maintains 32 miles of funded trail as well as club trails that allow snowmobilers to access numerous motels and restaurants located in the Portage area. We maintain 18 miles of corridor 13 and 15 beginning south of Portage and going north to Marquette County. We also are responsible for a trail that goes from Portage to Pardeeville. A three mile club trail accesses Governor’s Bend County park. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Winnebago Ridge Runners please print the membership form and send it the address at the top of the form.
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