Welcome to the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame.
Recognizing Achievements in Snowmobiling
The International Snowmobile Hall of Fame, known as ISHOF, is a non-profit organization promoting the recognitions of the recreational and historical aspects of the sport of snowmobiling.
We maintain and sustain a museum open to the public inside the World Snowmobile Headquarters in Eagle River, Wisconsin exhibiting the evolution of snowmobiles and their various uses from the development of the early model vintage snowmobiles to present day models. Additionally, we encourage participation in snowmobiling and other winter activities while advancing education and rider safety. ISHOF continues to recognize achievements in the sport of snowmobiling and the industry it has created. We invite you to browse our website for more information on the individuals and organizations who have shaped this favorite winter sport throughout the Snowbelt. More about ISHOF...
ISHOF is dedicated to recognizing those who have made snowmobiling what it is today. From a leisurely weekend activity to national winter pastime, the sport of snowmobiling is continually growing. From snowmobile trails, weekend attractions and fundraising activities to race competition events, many state, county and local communities continue to add snowmobile-related activities to help enhance this winter sport. Each year, ISHOF recognizes inductees and also special award winners - International Snowmobile Club of the Year, International Dealer of the Year, Edgar Hetteen Memorial Award of Merit and International Groomer of the Year. Currently there are 140 inductees honored in total, coming from five (5) select categories as listed. We invite you to see ISHOF inductees...
Inductions into the International Snowmobile Hall of Fame come from select categories including:
Inventors, Designers & Manufacturers
Explorers & Adventurers
Trail & Program Developers
Volunteers & Club Organizers
Publishers & Journalists