Fallison Lake Trail

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A beautiful, very hilly trail, with spectacular view of Fallison Lake. Booklets on wildlife, flora and trail history are available from the DNR Trout Lake Office & at the trail head from mid-May to mid-September as well as interpretive signage along the trail. Bicycling & pets are not allowed on this trail. Cross-country skiing is allowed on these ungroomed trails; however, there are sets of stairs you may need to walk around.
Length: Loops of .5, 1.0, 2.0 and 2.5 miles.
Location: Head north from St. Germain on Highway 155 to Sayner. Head west on N about 5 miles. Trail head is across from Crystal Lake Campground on Highway N west of Sayner.

 

Snipe Lake & Ewald Lake Trails

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This extensive trail system treats the user to rolling terrain and a variety of wildlife habitats and timber types. The Vilas County Forest Roads are not plowed during the winter and several segments of these roads serve as snowmobile trails. However, the Hunter/Hiking Trails can be accessed during the winter from Wilderness Trail, a Town of Cloverland Road.

Length:16.4 miles

Location:From the intersection of Hwys 17 and 70 west of Eagle River, continue west on Hwy 70 approximately 6 miles to Wilderness Trail. Turn north on Wilderness Trail and continue approximately 1 mile to the Snipe Lake Fire Lane or continue on Wilderness Trail to the Snipe Lake Boat Landing for additional parking and trail access.

Northwoods Ski Trail

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  • The groomed trails trails are well suited for beginner to intermediate skiers with a
    one-kilometer skate trail on steep hills for the adventurous expert skier
  • Cross country skiing during winter season only
  • Donation contribution box available at trail head, encouraged for daily trail use

Directions: The trailhead is located at Northwoods Golf Course about 2.5 miles west of Rhinelander just off highway 8 on Golf Course Rd.

Washburn Lake Trail

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  • Hilly terrain, intermediate to advanced
  • Separate ski and snowshoe trails
  • Groomed for skating and diagonal skiing
  • Single track bike trails
  • Heated shelter available at Perch Lake trail head
  • Trail pass required for skiing, biking and snowshoeing
  • Pets allowed in summer only

Directions: Seven miles west of Rhinelander and 3 miles north of
Woodboro & Hwy 8, just off Washburn Lake Rd.
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