Biking

Hillsboro State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

This 4.3-mile hiking, snowmobile and off-road bike trail goes between Hillboro and the 400 State Trail at Union Center. Enjoy views of woods, farms and wetlands as it crosses the beautiful Baraboo River four times. Keep an eye out for the dazzling black-eyed Susans, mullein and New England asters. Tour biking is the primary warm-weather recreation enjoyed along the trail...

Great River State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

Following the shore of the mighty Mississippi River, this former rail bed traces a 24-mile path from Onalaska north through Trempealeau and Perrot State Park to the Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge. The trail passes through the river communities of Onalaska [exit DNR] and Trempealeau [exit DNR]. Accommodations and services are available year-round in both communities...

GLACIAL DRUMLIN STATE BIKE TRAIL, WISCONSIN (WI)

This 47-mile trail on an abandoned railroad grade is located in southern Wisconsin between Waukesha and Cottage Grove. The trail is surfaced with crushed limestone, packed smooth. Near Jefferson a 4-mile stretch is routed along township roads. The western part of the trail runs from Cottage Grove, past Hwy. 26 north of Jefferson. The eastern part of the trail begins three...

GANDY DANCER BIKE TRAIL, WISCONSIN (WI)

66 miles of hiking and snowmobile trail on a former railroad bed. The stretch from St. Croix Falls in Polk County to Danbury in Burnett County traverses Wisconsin's "Indianhead Country" in the beautiful northwestern corner of the state, linking nine picturesque Wisconsin communities. Parts of the trail are open for touring bikes, ATVs, off-road bikes and...

The 400 State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

This 22-mile state bike trail runs from Reedsburg northeast to Elroy through the charming communities of LaValle, Wonewoc and Union Center. The trail connects with the Elroy-Sparta State Trail and the Juneau County owned Omaha Trail. The 400 State Trail is recognized as one of the most picturesque of the state trails with its abundant wildlife and beautiful scenery. The...

Elroy-Sparta State Bike Trail Wisconsin (WI)

The "Granddaddy" of them all treats bicyclists to a delightful 32-mile ride through wooded valleys and friendly small towns. There are three century-old railroad tunnels on the trail and numerous campgrounds along the way. Elroy offers a friendly welcome to all bikers with a special invitation to visit the Commons - a lovely downtown city park. Built in 1991,...

Chippewa River State Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

The Chippewa River Trail is a 20-mile multi-use recreational trail linking trails in the city of Eau Claire with the Red Cedar Trail near Dunnville. The eastern five miles are blacktopped and open to roller skaters as well as bikers, hikers and snowmobilers. The trails offer scenic views of the Chippewa River as it passes through prairie, woodland and farm country. The...

Cheese Country Recreation Bike Trail, Wisconsin (WI)

A 47-mile former railroad corridor surfaced with limestone screenings connect Monroe and Mineral Point in southwestern Wisconsin. Allows shared use of ATVs, mini-bikes, horses, mountain bikers and hikers in summer; snowmobiling in the winter. Located in the heart of a three-county area boasting over 30 cheese factories. Features include a 440-foot bridge over the...

Camba Bike Trails, Wisconsin

The CHEQUAMEGON AREA MOUNTAIN BIKE ASSOCIATION (CAMBA) trail system consists of six clusters of mountain bike trails, totaling more than 300 miles and mapped routes through a near-wilderness area of striking beauty and peaceful solitude. Trails run in and around the Chequamegon National Forest in the communities of Cable, Drummond, Delta, Hayward, Namakagon and Seeley....

BUFFALO RIVER STATE PARK BIKE TRAIL, WISCONSIN

Tour 36.4 miles past farms, woods, hills, marsh and the Buffalo River. Enjoy fishing and bird watching on this multi-use trail for hikers, off-road bikers, ATVs, horseback riders and snowmobilers. Hike or ride a mountain bike, horse, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) or snowmobile. Contact: Wisconsin DNR, 715/839-1607 or C/o P.O. Box 407, Trempealeau (608) 534-6409