A one-mile trail loops across a meadow and winds through a white pine forest… read more..
We have several kilometers of trails marked out and designated to be used for snowshoeing. You may bring your own snowshoes or rent some from our Ski Shop…. read more..
A few miles of trails that are near the Chippewa Flowage. Directions: Hwy B to River Road, past Deer Run Resort, right on McGilligan Road, Parking is near DNR gate. Please do not park up by the Aframe. McGilligan Road may or may not be plowed up to t… read more..
Several kilometers of snowshoe and multi-use trails… read more..
Two-way trails. Please be courteous and use caution. Portions of the trail share cross-country ski trails. Please be respectful and stay to the side of the track-groomed paths…. read more..
Part of the Vilas County Forest, this extensive trail system can be enjoyed throughout the year. The terrain is gently rolling through stands of aspen, pine and oak. This area is adjacent to a Spruce Grouse Management Area. Fire Lane Road and Muskrat… read more..
The North Country National Scenic Trail is a premier hiking and backpacking trail that travels for more than 4,000 miles through seven northern states from Lake Sakakawea State Park in North Dakota to Crown Point, New York. The North Country trail is… read more..
The Schomberg Park Snowshoe Trail has 2 loops totaling 1.7 miles of easy terrain…. read more..
5.4 km – The trail is very scenic and passes through both pine and aspen timber with gently rolling terrain…. read more..
A series of wooded loops totaling approximately five miles…. read more..
14 miles – Built on a former railroad corridor, this 14-mile trail begins in Amery at Harriman Avenue, travels through the communities of Deronda, Wanderoos and Nye, ending about one mile from Dresser at 90th Avenue. The trail passes through maple an… read more..
This new winter snowshoe only trail offers a Green Loop that is 8.5 miles long and Blue Loop that is 7 miles…. read more..
16.1 km – This trail connects the High Point Trail at Timm's Hill in Ogema to the Rib Lake Nordic Ski Trail. … read more..
Managed by the National Park Service, the Trego Lake Trail is located 2 miles west of 53 on River Road. The trail has multiple loops that wind through scenic property along the Trego Flowage, part of the Namekagon River… read more..
2.8 mile along the Namekagon River – The Trego Nature Trail which starts at the Namekagon River bridge on Hwy 63, (located about 1.3 miles east of the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway visitor center). … read more..
21 miles of trails. A combination of single track, double track, portions of snowmobile/ATV trails and gravel roads provide for a wide variety of riding skills and experiences…. read more..
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..