Motorcycle ~ Auto Tour
Rev up your engine and start your tour!
Whether you are looking for a short ride or a longer ride, you will be able to take in the scenery and stop along the way at unique shops, wineries and wildlife areas.
Map showing several different motorcycle and auto tour options available at the Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce. All paved roads showing services available.
Length: 16 miles. As you travel on the Chippewa River Tour, there are a number of different things to see and do. Pass through downtown Chippewa Falls offering many historic landmarks, an array of attractions, as well as many culinary delights.
Length: 73 miles, 60 miles, 70 mile, 45 mile, 45 mile and 48 mile.
Hayward Lakes Color Tours
Follow the directional signs that correspond to the color tour that you have chosen.
Length: 70 miles. Loop trail, paved and gravel roads. Wildlife areas, birding, rivers, flowages, lakes, picnic areas, casino, historical parks.
Length: 50 miles. Scenic roads take you to key attractions in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Visit a wildlife management area, covered bridge, historic logging dam and old-growth hemlock forest.
Length: 50 miles. Single arch stone bridges built by Swedish (c. 1900), German (c. 1913) and Finnish (c. 1909) stonemasons. Also view a double arch stone bridge (c. 1908) and several historic buildings.
Iron County’s color tour routes feature hardwood forests with spectacular colors. The rugged terrain in the north offers vistas of the Penokee Range, Lake Superior at Saxon Harbor and to the south there are hundreds of lakes. The suggested routes are on blacktop roads for easy traveling, but you will find many side roads for an extended color show.
Length: 14 miles. You will be amazed at the natural beauty that the Orchards Tour has to offer. While traveling through the countryside, take in breathtaking views of several apple orchards and stop to enjoy a taste of locally made wine at Autumn Harvest Winery. Enjoy the orchards all year long whether viewing the apple blossoms in the spring or a tasty apple treat in the fall.
Length: 38 miles. The Otter Lake Tour is for the naturalist at heart.
While traveling along winding roads and over rolling hills, you may pass by an old farm, bridge, or waterway. Stanley is located along this route and has an array of things to see and do. It is home to Chapman Park, many area restaurants, local shops, and Otter Lake.
Length: 2 miles. This beautiful ride skirts the Western shore of Stone Lake where deer, raccoons, loons and other waterfowl are often present. The trees along the route form a graceful arch overhead creating a tunnel of green over much of this two mile rustic road.
Length: 3.4 miles. This route meanders through the Sawyer County Forest and is bordered by many species of trees which are home to many birds and mammals. This gravel road was used for logging in the 1930’s and includes the old “Dynamite Shack”.
Sawyer and Ashland Counties
Length: 25.5 miles. Near Moose Lake Rd and County Rd S there is a scenic river view. This route has rolling hills covered with many types of trees making it a popular destination to view fall foliage. Wildlife abounds with wolf packs, elk, deer and wild turkey.
Loop trail, paved and gravel roads. Wildlife, birding, historic villages, picnic areas, award winning dairy, wine tasting, homemade breads.
Length: 25 miles. Stroll through town on the Prentice History Walk before driving southeast to Rustic Road 62 and Timm’s Hill County Park, home to Wisconsin’s highest natural point.
Length: 56 miles, 61 miles, 52 miles, 39 miles. Four routes wind through the beautiful country roads of Washburn County.
Length: 80 miles. Loop trail, paved and gravel roads. Lakes, rivers, dams, beaches, wildlife area, wetlands, labyrinth, scenic views, picnic areas, organic winery.
Length: 70 miles. The scenic route passing through quaint harbor towns and historic fishing villages with access to miles of sandy beaches, the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, and the Frog Bay Tribal National Park. Click here to learn more.