Winter Archive

  • Explore Wisconsin in November and you are bound to see white flakes falling from the sky. In fact, according to the National Weather Service trace amounts of snow have already been recorded in northern Wisconsin. Thankfully, all it takes is a few falling flakes to set our minds adrift...

    It’s Snow Fun Now – Ski Trollhaugen

    Explore Wisconsin in November and you are bound to see white flakes falling from the sky. In fact, according to the National Weather Service trace amounts of snow have already been recorded in northern Wisconsin. Thankfully, all it takes is a few falling flakes to set our minds adrift...

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  • There may be snow drifts covering the vineyards in Wisconsin’s driftless region. A fresh coat of snow may blanket the hillsides where the grapes grow in the Northwoods and the cold winds off Green Bay may blow across the rows of vines in Door County, but great tasting Wisconsin...

    Wisconsin Winter | Wisconsin Wines

    There may be snow drifts covering the vineyards in Wisconsin’s driftless region. A fresh coat of snow may blanket the hillsides where the grapes grow in the Northwoods and the cold winds off Green Bay may blow across the rows of vines in Door County, but great tasting Wisconsin...

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  • Explore Wisconsin knows (better than most) that Wisconsin is the state where you can have both the best of times and the “wurst” of times.  By “‘wurst’ of times” we’re of course speaking of the classic Wisconsin bratwurst.  Most who live here understand that brats are one of Wisconsin’s...

    Wisconsin Style Recipe | Winter Bratwurst

    Explore Wisconsin knows (better than most) that Wisconsin is the state where you can have both the best of times and the “wurst” of times.  By “‘wurst’ of times” we’re of course speaking of the classic Wisconsin bratwurst.  Most who live here understand that brats are one of Wisconsin’s...

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  • On a clear Wisconsin night the moon will light up a fresh snowfall allowing you to see how beautiful the wilderness can be.  After the sun goes down the Wisconsin wilderness changes into a wonderland.  With winter nights getting dark before most people get home from work there are...

    Wisconsin Candlelight Ski, Hike, or Snowshoe | January 2011

    On a clear Wisconsin night the moon will light up a fresh snowfall allowing you to see how beautiful the wilderness can be.  After the sun goes down the Wisconsin wilderness changes into a wonderland.  With winter nights getting dark before most people get home from work there are...

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  • If you’ve been following the Wisconsin weather this winter you’d know that we’ve been getting our fair share of snow.  The average annual snowfall statewide is 46.3 inches.  Snowfall is heaviest in January, averaging 10.6 inches, while December, February and March each average about 9 inches. Snow means winter...

    Downhill Skiing or Snowboarding | 22 Wisconsin Area Hills

    If you’ve been following the Wisconsin weather this winter you’d know that we’ve been getting our fair share of snow.  The average annual snowfall statewide is 46.3 inches.  Snowfall is heaviest in January, averaging 10.6 inches, while December, February and March each average about 9 inches. Snow means winter...

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  • The 28th annual All-Canada Show, based in De Pere, WI, will appear in the Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay markets in January, as well seven other Midwest markets plus Dallas, TX. The popular show will feature Canada’s top fishing and hunting destinations. The  event also includes free seminars, free...

    Wisconsin Events | All-Canada Show in 3 Wisconsin Markets

    The 28th annual All-Canada Show, based in De Pere, WI, will appear in the Milwaukee, Madison and Green Bay markets in January, as well seven other Midwest markets plus Dallas, TX. The popular show will feature Canada’s top fishing and hunting destinations. The  event also includes free seminars, free...

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  • On November 22, 1927 Carlson Eliason of Sayner, WI (near Eagle River) took out the first patent on the device he built three years earlier,. (trumpets and angels singing) The Snowmobile.  From the machine’s humble modified toboggan birth to this year’s fastest sled, snowmobiles are the way to travel...

    Snowmobiling in Wisconsin | Safety Tips

    On November 22, 1927 Carlson Eliason of Sayner, WI (near Eagle River) took out the first patent on the device he built three years earlier,. (trumpets and angels singing) The Snowmobile.  From the machine’s humble modified toboggan birth to this year’s fastest sled, snowmobiles are the way to travel...

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  • With over 300,000 lights burning every night, the illuminated garden pathways guide visitors on an evening stroll through the various themed light displays throughout the botanical gardens in Janesville, WI. After viewing the display you can step inside to enjoy a warm beverage as you watch The Wisconsin Garden...

    Winter Events 2011 | Rotary Botanical Gardens | Janesville, WI

    With over 300,000 lights burning every night, the illuminated garden pathways guide visitors on an evening stroll through the various themed light displays throughout the botanical gardens in Janesville, WI. After viewing the display you can step inside to enjoy a warm beverage as you watch The Wisconsin Garden...

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