Last updated: 12-11-2014
The trail is CLOSED!!!!!!!!
The trail is in poor condition!!!!!
Lack of snow and warm weather
If visitors would like additional trail information about the “Iron Horse Trail” and beyond they can call the Hurley Chamber at 1-866-345-3866 or visit their website at:
Location: Odanah, WI
From start to finish the Northern Lights trail is a well-groomed balance of invigorating straight shots to tummy tickling hills, filled with tranquil twists and turns each leading into an inspiring sight of snowy-decorated Aspen, Birch and Pine trees. With a bit of luck you may catch sight of our neighbors the white-tails or foxes, eagles or hawks, and if honored, the elusive timber wolf or black bear passing near by. Now that's nature's splendor at its' purest. This ride will not only satisfy the well traveled snowmobiler it will be the ride you will remember and recommend for years!
So, if your snow mobile club is planning a trip or your family just wants a weekend get away call the Bad River Lodge & Casino in Odanah. The Northern Lights Trail connects from the Iron Horse Snowmobile Trail in Iron County which is connected to all of the snowmobile trails in Northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. From the Iron Horse Trail you can fly on the Northern Lights groomed Trail to the Bad River Lodge & Casino Convention Center.
For more information and trail conditions you can contact the Bad River Lodge & Casino at 800-795-7121 or email us .
It's worth it when the Bad River Lodge and Casino offers an indoor pool & whirlpool, smoking & non-smoking rooms, Jacuzzi rooms, cable TV, a game room, handicap accessible rooms and wireless internet.
The Manomin Restaurant with a delicious selection to warm your belly is located within the casino complex. A gas station/IGA grocery store/Post office are conveniently located across the parking lot to fill up your sleds.
We have the best gaming action with over 460 slot machines and table games including Blackjack, Let it Ride, 3 Card Poker, Texas Hold'em and on Friday and Saturday nights!Click HERE to see other trails snow conditions