Bicycle

Bicycle Trails

Bicycle enthusiasts have a wide selection of riding options in Northwest Wisconsin including paved and unpaved trails where you can enjoy a leisurely spin or a cardio pumping work out! Bicyclists also have plenty of trail difficulty levels to choose. Bring the kids along for a relaxed paved ride or push yourself to the next level with a more difficult longer ride. Whichever you choose, biking is a great way to enjoy nature and stay healthy!

Barron County
Length: Varies. 600 miles of mapped routes on mainly low traffic scenic
roads throughout Barron and surrounding Counties.
www.co.barron.wi.us/misc docs/maps/bikeroutes.pdf for a map.
Trail Type: Paved/Unpaved Roads Fee/Pass Required: No.
Price County
Length: 20 miles. From Kennan go S on County N to Big Falls Road West.
A park/campground is on the Jump River. Hike to view the river cascade
over granite boulders.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Paved Road Fee/Pass Required: No
Sawyer County
Length: one way 6.6 miles. A paved bike path from Fishing Hall of fame. Parking available at LCO Casino.
Drive to Nyman Avenue.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Fee/Pass Required: No
Chippewa County
Length: 5 miles. Paved loop through Chippewa Falls ideal for biking and in-line skating. This trail connects to the Old Abe State Trail northeast of
County Highway I. Portions of this trail are shared with motor vehicle
traffic.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Paved Fee/Pass Required: No
Burnett County
Length: 21 miles in Burnett Co. (98 miles total)
Former rail road bed. Bridge trestles, scenic vistas, lakes, rivers, forests,
wildlife. Restaurants, lodging, retail, and services available.
Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Crushed Limestone/Dirt Fee/Pass Required: Yes
Price County
Length: 20 miles. From Ogema take Highway 86 east over rolling hills,
turn south on County C to Rustic Road 62 leading to Timm’s Hill County
Park, home of Wisconsin’s highest geographical point.
Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Paved Road Fee/Pass Required: No
Douglas County
Length: 1.6 miles out and back. 10 foot wide paved trail that meanders
through Superior Municipal Forest.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Type: Out and back trail Fee/Pass Required: No
Chippewa County
Length: 19.5 miles. Connects Lake Wissota State Park in Chippewa Falls
and Brunet Island State Park in Cornell. This old railroad grade has been
developed into a trail for bicyclists, snowmobilers, hikers, horseback riders
and in-line skaters.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Paved Fee/Pass Required: Yes
Douglas County
Length: 5.2 miles. Asphalt paved trail along Superior Bay towards the
Intersection of Hwy 2/53 to Moccasin Mike Road.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Out and back Trail Fee/Pass Required: No
Chippewa County
Length: 2.5 miles. Paved and unpaved trails cris-cross through the Reserve and
provide great viewing opportunities of the Xcel Energy Dam. This trail connects
to Duncan Creek Parkway Trail and the Old Abe State Trail.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Paved/Unpaved Fee/Pass Required: No
Rusk County
Length: Varies. A variety of loops or out and back routes ranging from a couple
miles to 20 miles. Including the popular Dam and PIG routes. All on paved
roads.

Fee/Pass Required: No
Washburn County
Length: Varies. The county roads of Washburn County offer road-bicycle
enthusiasts a scenic tour of the area.

Trail Difficulty: Varies Trail Type: Paved/Unpaved Roads Fee/Pass Required: No
Price County
Length: 27 miles. Loop route along lightly traveled paved road through scenic
forest and panoramic farmland in central Price County. Begins at the Wisconsin
Concrete Park, an outdoor sculpture museum.

Trail Difficulty: Easy Trail Type: Paved Road Fee/Pass Required: No