Snowmobiling the Tatanka Bluffs Corridor

Snowmobiling the Tatanka Bluffs Corridor

January 22nd, 2013


Are you looking for a great place to take your sled for a scenic and fun ride this winter?  Grab your friends and plan a trip to the Tatanka Bluffs Corridor in Southwest Minnesota!  The Tatanka Bluffs offers miles of groomed trails through Redwood and Renville counties along the Minnesota River Valley and the Scenic By-Way.  Our Region has received a good snowfall this season and the cool weather should ensure that it will stick around for a while!

There are many options for groomed snowmobile trails in the Tatanka Bluffs Corridor.   Find your way through the Corridor with these excellent trail maps.

Be sure to check out the new trail that leads you right to the new Grandview Valley Winery just a few miles north of Belview.  Grandview Valley winery is in the heart of the Minnesota River Valley, near the Scenic By-Way, offering scenic views and a great atmosphere.  Grandview Valley serves homemade pizza, wine and beer and has accommodations for groups large and small.

Jump back on the trail and head South West to the The Brauhaus Restaurant  and the Brau Brothers Brewery in Lucan.  The Brauhaus Restaurant is well known for their homemade items, such as their soup, bread platters, pizza’s, dressings and spectacular Pesto.  Also for serving Prime Rib every Friday and Saturday night, with a ‘Chef’s special each Friday and Saturday night. And, The Brauhaus has 8 of the ‘Brau Brothers’ beer on tap at all times!

As you view the maps you will see that there are several towns that you will travel through with a great opportunity to find food, gas, lodging, entertainment and other services you might need to enjoy your ride!

While snowmobiling in Redwood County:

  • Redwood Falls
  • Echo
  • Belview
  • Vesta
  • Seaforth
  • Lucan
  • Wabasso
  • Morgan
  • Clements

While snowmobiling in Renville County:

  • Sacred Heart
  • Renville
  • Olivia
  • Bird Island
  • Hector
  • Franklin
  • Morton

We want everyone to stay safe while having fun, so keep these snowmobile riding safety tips in mind:

  • Dress appropriately and always wear a helmet.
  • Make sure to maintain your sled and plan ahead with a survival kit.
  • Never ride alone and check ahead for conditions of the trails.
  • Check the weather conditions before you arrive.
  • Don’t drink and drive.
  • Always register your sled and have an annual state trail sticker if necessary.

Enjoy your time in the Tatanka Bluffs Corridor!

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