Welcome To The LMT!

January 8, 2020 Update

From Trail Boss Steve Van Grinsven

LMT Trail System is in good to very good condition. We have been out everyday grooming and have been in the swampy areas with the Tucker we have on loan.

LMT 2 out of Carter to intersections 4&5 and LMT 4 from Wabeno to intersection 5 are temporarily closed until further notice due to large amount of open water.

Ride right and be safe!

January 4, 2020 Update

Caution tape is across Intersections 4&5 on LMT 2 near Wabeno/Carter. Currently this trail remains open, however, we are strongly recommending to avoid this area and take an alternative route until it freezes up.


Important Trail Update 12/27/19:  Trails are in fair condition with rapidly changing and deteriorating conditions in some areas. Use extreme caution if you venture out. Trails remain open. However, please be considerate of the trails if you choose to ride because the more they get tore up, the harder it will be to straighten them out and provide a nice trail for the rest of the season. Think cold! Think snow!


Lumberjack Memorial Trails (LMT) snowmobile club is made up of a group of dedicated men and women who volunteer their time to maintain over 100 miles of snowmobile trails in beautiful Forest County, Wisconsin. This includes not only grooming the trails with state of the art equipment during the winter snowmobiling season, but also many other duties during the off season. Tree trimming, brushing, signage, fundraising, membership, equipment maintenance, land owner consulting and many more other behind the scenes work.

Thank you for checking out our page. Please “like” and “share” us! Check back often for weather and trail condition updates. When you see a groomer out on the trails, please give the driver a thumbs up…they really appreciate it!

Dewey Schreiber clearing the side branches followed by Mike Boney with the roller and Pat on snowmobile picking up the branches along the way. Thanks guys!

Posted by Lumberjack Memorial Trails – LMT on Friday, December 13, 2019
Dewey Schreiber clearing the side branches followed by Mike Boney with the roller and Pat on snowmobile picking up the branches along the way. Thanks guys! 12/13/2019.