Biking

Wiouwash State Bike Trail, WI

This trail is named for the four northeastern Wisconsin counties through which it runs: Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano. Currently, the 20.5-mile section from Hortonville to Oshkosh along a former rail bed is open. The trail has been resurfaced with crushed limestone and is a delightful tour through scenic farmland, meadows, woodlands and marshes with plenty of...

Wild Goose State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

A 34-mile trail skirting the western edge of the vast and beautiful Horicon Marsh Wildlife Area. The Wild Goose State Trail (WGST)trail runs from the southern trail head at HWY 60 (about 4 miles south of the City of Juneau) in Dodge County to the northern trail head at Rolling Meadows Drive in the City of Fond du Lac. The entire trail is surfaced except for a 2-3/4 mile...

Tuscobia State Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

A 74-mile trail from Park Falls to just north of Rice Lake. Many lakes, streams and rolling hills greet hikers, mountain bikers, ATV riding, snowmobiling, horseback riders and snowmobilers. Hardwood and pine forests, as well as abundant wildlife provide plenty of Northwood’s' scenery. Tuscobia State Trail include ATV riding, snowmobiling, hiking, horseback riding,...

Sugar River State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

Anchored on the north by New Glarus, Wisconsin's "Little Switzerland," and on the south by Brodhead, this 23-mile route traces the gentle meanders of the Sugar River. The entire trail is part of the 1,000-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Nearby, New Glarus Woods State Park as well as numerous private campgrounds cater to camping bicyclists. Bikes may be...

Saunders State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

This 8.4-mile trail, linking with the Gandy Dancer Trail near Superior and continuing into Minnesota, provides hikers, off-road bikers and snowmobilers views of forests, wildlife and reminders of the region's railroad history. The Saunders State Trail is open to walkers, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, horses, off-road bikes, and cross-country skiers. The trail surface...

Red Cedar State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

This 14.5-mile trail parallels the Red Cedar River from Menomonie through the historic lumber town of Downsville, to the Chippewa River Valley. The trail and its visitor center are open to people of any ability. Enjoy hiking, biking and cross-country skiing. The trail from Downsville south to Highway County Y, is a multi-use trail. Hikers and snowshoes are welcome. The...

Pines & Mines Mountain Bike Trail System, Wisconsin (WI)

300 miles of marked and mapped mountain biking opprtunities in the abundant public lands of Iron County. Trails incorporate many of the county's historic transportation, mining and lumbering sites as well as plenty of forests, lakes and waterfalls. Iron County's Mt. Bike Trails also double as great hiking trails! Contact: Iron County Development Council.

Pine Line Recreation Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

A 28-mile trail that follows a former railroad bed from Medford to Prentice in north-central Wisconsin. All bridges and trestles along the route have been converted for trail use. Five miles of the trail have been surfaced with limestone screenings with the remainder in crushed gravel. The northern section of the trail passes a terminal moraine dating from the ice age....

Pecatonica State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

A 10-mile trail through the Bonneers Branch River Valley, pastures, wetlands, and woodlands. Suitable for hiking, off-road mountain biking, horseback riding, ATVs and snowmobiles. links with the 47-mile multi-purpose Cheese Country Trail. Contact: Tri Country Trail of Cheese Country Trail or Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

Pecatonica State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

A 10-mile trail through the Bonneers Branch River Valley, pastures, wetlands, and woodlands. Suitable for hiking, off-road mountain biking, horseback riding, ATVs and snowmobiles. links with the 47-mile multi-purpose Cheese Country Trail. Contact: Tri Country Trail of Cheese Country Trail or Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.