MADISON, Wis. (December 2, 2020) – The winter season in Wisconsin brings opportunities to bundle up, get outside and find scenic, snow-filled adventures. Travel Wisconsin’s Snow Report offers an up-to-date guide to the snow conditions at downhill ski and snowboard hills, cross-country ski areas and snowmobile trails statewide.

The Travel Wisconsin Snow Report includes man-made snow at ski and snowboard areas and is updated regularly throughout the season as the snow falls. The report is kept up-to-date thanks to a dedicated network of chambers of commerce, visitor bureaus, ski resorts, snowmobile clubs, and state and county park staff. With over 100 reporters in all 72 counties, travelers can find the latest status of their favorite local trails and hills or discover a new hidden gem to explore. The Snow Report can be found online on as well as delivered right to your email inbox each Thursday throughout the season along with other ideas and resources for winter activities. 

“There’s something undeniably refreshing about getting outdoors and experiencing Wisconsin’s natural beauty in the winter. This year especially, people are looking for safe ways to get out and explore and there’s no denying spending time outdoors can play an important role in one’s physical and mental well-being,” said Secretary Sara Meaney. “Whether you find snow-filled adventure on skis, a snowboard or a sled, there are unforgettable moments waiting across Wisconsin this winter and the Wisconsin Snow Report is a useful resource to plan your activities.”

In addition to providing the latest snow conditions, the Wisconsin Snow Report features a 3-day weather forecast for destinations, as well as nearby lodging, dining and other things to do while enjoying the snow this season. 

Travelers are encouraged to follow public health guidance and take necessary precautions for safe and responsible recreation this winter. To take the Wisconsin Travel Pledge or find more ideas and inspiration for winter activities, visit