Trail Passes

2018-2019 Trail Passes

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

Me

  • 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!

My Sled

  • 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?”

VOID - in black ink

If the word VOID is printed in black ink below the year, as in the 2018 example, this indicates that customer transferred the vehicle without renewing. Regardless of what “expiration year” is printed on the decal, if the word VOID is printed in black ink, the decal is VOID.

VOID - diecut in sticker

If the word VOID appears stamped or cut into the decal itself, this is a safety feature to prevent someone from transferring the decal from one vehicle to another. You can see an example on the green 2019 decal.