Dog Friendly Ski Trails

The Dog Friendly Ski Trails listed below allows dogs. Anyone who has ever seen a dog out on the ski trails can’t deny the joy it brings to these animals. It is contagious. Bring your dog to our dog friendly Nordic trails

Start planning a winter vacation the whole family will enjoy, including the four legged members of the family. Northwest Wisconsin area has many pet friendly lodging options and more Dog Friendly Ski Trails than you can shake a stick at. Northwest Wisconsin is the perfect destination for those dreaming of the perfect ski vacation, and would never dream of leaving Fido behind.




Northwest Wisconsin is a region rich in Nordic skiing tradition and history and has some of the best cross country ski trails in the country. There many of kilometers of groomed trails that allow dogs and represent a wide range of family-oriented to athletically challenging experiences in a setting of incredible natural beauty.



Blue Hills Trail Bruce, WI

A 22-mile system that is considered one of the most scenic cross-country ski trails in the Midwest. The trails many loops and intersections allow skiers to make their outings as long and challenging or as short and easy as desired. Dogs are allowed o... read more..

Snowshoe Trails

Forty-Acre Woods Trail Conover, WI

RWT maintains a wonderful trail on the property of their Forty-Acre Woods. This trail is available to the public with a suggested donation. ... read more..

Ladysmith High School Lighted Ski Trails Ladysmith, WI

Ladysmith High School Lighted Loop is one mile in length and is lit until 10pm every night during the season.... read more..

MECCA Ski Trails Mercer, WI

The Mecca Trails offer more than 15 km of groomed skiing on rolling terrain along with 1.1 km loop for snowshoeing or hiking.... read more..

Mt. Ashwabay/Jerry Jolly Trail System Bayfield, WI

40 km / 24.9 miles, Classic and skate... read more..

Snowshoe Trails

Palmquist Farm Ki Trails Brantwood, WI

37.6 km Easy to moderate trails... read more..

Snowshoe Trails

Sawyer Brook Springs Trail ,

This trail has several loops ranging from creek bed to high hills.... read more..

Snowshoe Trails

Sisters Farm Trails Ladysmith, WI

Scenic trails are located on the inside bend of the Flambeau River, southwest of Ladysmith. Both the eastern and western trail segments provide outstanding views of the river. Choose from a variety of trail loops totaling 10 miles.... read more..

Solberg Lake/Squaw Creek Trail Phillips, WI

5.4 km - The trail is very scenic and passes through both pine and aspen timber with gently rolling terrain.... read more..

Snowshoe Trails

Timms Hill Trail Ogema, WI

12km of trail groomed for skate and classic skiing that connects the Rib Lake Ski & Snowshoe Trails near Rib Lake, WI to the Highpoint Ski Trails at Timm's Hill near Ogema, WI. From the south end, the first 3 miles of the trail start out fair... read more..

Town of Hayward Recreational Forest Hayward, WI

Approximately four miles of trails Snowshoe trails... read more..

Snowshoe Trails

Uller Trail Iron Belt, WI

The Uller Trails offer 11 miles of backcountry skiing through remote rolling and hilly terrain. ... read more..

Wolverine Nordic Trails Ironwood, MI

Lake effect snow provides Wolverine Nordic Ski with snow that tends to arrive earlier, pile deeper and last longer than anywhere else in the Midwest. ... read more..

Snowshoe Trails

Northwest Wisconsin has plenty of snow and plenty of room for you and your dog to play. The days may be colder and shorter, but winter shouldn’t prevent you and your dog from enjoying the outdoors. There are many fun things to do in Northwest Wisconsin.

Dog Friendly Ski Trails

Wisconsin offers hundreds of miles of skiing trails and snowshoeing trails. Some offer free access to trails, some ask for a donation, and a few charge a fee. Always call ahead to verify that skiing and snowshoe trails are open and are dog friendly if you plan to bring your favorite companion!

One of the more popular wintertime options for dog-friendly activities is cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Some Northwest Wisconsin trails allows dogs on of the trail. If you follow a few simple rules skiers and their dogs will be able to enjoy this fun-filled wintertime activity.




Northwest Wisconsin winters can be very cold, snowy and wet. Pets are not much different from humans when it comes to handling cold weather, especially puppies and older animals. Don’t leave dogs outdoors. No matter what the temperature, wind chill can threaten your pet’s life. Stay warm and have fun together this winter!

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