Trail Passes Print or Order Online
If you belong to a snowmobile club (Hopefully Cross Country Cruisers!) go to the AWSC’s Website to print a form or order the DISCOUNTED trail pass online.
All $10 Trail Passes - What You Need To Know
- Can only be ordered through the AWSC either online, mail in form with a check or call the AWSC with a Credit Card during business hours
- No pickup – No one has Trail Passes on hand for immediate purchase; so plan ahead
- You can legally ride with your Trail Pass receipt
- Are mailed from the State of WI DNR and can take up to 21 days for delivery via US mail
- Call the AWSC office within 30 days of order date if your Trail Pass hasn’t arrived by mail
- No refunds
- Your name and address as recorded on your AWSC membership must match exactly with your WI DNR name and address on file. (ex: ‘Robert” and “Bobby” do not match)
- You can update and confirm your information with the WI DNR @https://gowild.wi.gov or call 888.936.7463
- Both memberships (Snowmobile club & AWSC) must be current
- Renew early – it takes processing time for your club and AWSC to update!
- Your WI DNR snowmobile registration must be current and registered under your name
- Double check at https://gowild.wi.gov or call 888.936.7463
- You must enter your WI DNR snowmobile registration number to order passes every time (ex: 2234AW)
- Registation numbers entered for Trail Passes must match with the WI DNR’s records
- The age of your snowmobile matters
- If your snowmobile is 34 years old or Newer, a trail pass is REQUIRED
- If your snowmobile is 35 years old or Older, a trail pass is NOT REQUIRED
Registration Sticker Information
New stickers are being issued with die cut word VOID. Read this info from DNR about the stickers.
A tale of two VOIDs: There will be a couple of times customers will question you on “Why do my new stickers say VOID?!?!” You can help them figure that out by asking a one question: “Is the word VOID printed in black ink below the year or does it look to be stamped or cut into the decal itself?”