2009-2010 Winter Wisconsin Travel Guide is Out and Ready to be Your Guide to "Live Like You Mean It"

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The 2009-2010 Winter Wisconsin Travel Guide© is out and being distributed at many stops around Wisconsin. The new guide is featuring many travel destinations and discounts for the winter season

2009-2010 Winter Wisconsin Travel Guide

Freely available throughout Wisconsin!

Ad-Lit Inc. proudly announces that the 2009-2010 Winter Wisconsin Travel Guide© is out and being distributed at many stops around Wisconsin, including interstate rest areas and other popular places.

Winter is knocking on the door to come out and play. Wisconsin is beautiful in any season; winter is no exception! From indoor waterparks in Wisconsin Dells to the Badger State Games in Wausau, there are plenty of winter activities around the badger state to keep you from sitting at home.

In the new travel guide you'll find everything you need to plan a wintertime adventure. There are cross-country ski trails, almost forty downhill skiing hills, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and tubing to name a few of the outdoor activities available at destinations across the state. Don't forget the indoor attractions of Wisconsin Dells. Many hotels and resorts are offering favorable rates, discounts and vacation packages.

Be sure to check out the online version of the 2009-2010 Winter Wisconsin Travel Guide© available online at Dells.com, the most-visited travel planning website for Wisconsin Dells and Wistravel.com, the travel planning website for the entire badger state. Look for the "View Online Guides" button to quickly take you to the online version of the book. You can flip through the book as if you were holding it or click on any ad to be taken to the advertiser's website for more detailed information.

The 2009-2010 Winter Wisconsin Travel Guide©, in publication for more than 17 years, is produced and distributed by Ad-Lit Inc. and Ad-Lit Web Solutions, located at 211 Pioneer Dr. in Wisconsin Dells. For more information, visit Ad-Lit.com or call 608-254-8770.

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