The members of the AWSC have made this snowmobile organization one of the top in the nation. Snowmobiling in Wisconsin, besides being the number one winter recreational sport, is a tremendous boost to the economy of our state. The AWSC works to promote the sport of snowmobiling which includes, lobbying for laws to protect you and the WI trail system, safety programs, club projects, charity rides, scholarships to graduating seniors and a variety of services to our nearly 600 + clubs statewide.
Your current membership entitles you to 7 issues (Sept-Mar) of the Wisconsin Snowmobile News (WSN) magazine, which is dedicated to the sport of snowmobiling.
Click here to download the trail pass form if you plan to mail in the form with a check or debit/credit card info.
Please include the WI registration numbers (Example SN 0101 BP) for the snowmobiles owned by your family; for example, husband, wife and children under the age of 19 when ordering.
For newly purchased snowmobiles with registration in progress, please call the AWSC office.
There are four ways you can get the $10 trail pass:
Order online through the AWSC website with a credit/debit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover).
Call the AWSC Office during business hours to order your WI Trail Pass with a credit/debit card.
Walk into the AWSC office during business hours and order with a check or credit/debit card.
Mail your check or credit card information and form to the AWSC office.
All trail pass stickers will be sent out by mail via the State. Stickers should be placed on the lower center of your windshield or the hood (if you change windshields).
The snowmobile clubs continue to be responsible for collecting your AWSC membership dues.
If you are not an AWSC member and would like to join a Wisconsin snowmobile club, please go to the website page Clubs by County.
Association of WI Snowmobile Clubs
529 Trail Side Dr.
DeForest, WI 53532
608.846.5530 / 1.800.232.4108