Trails

Trail heaven, our trails are perfect
for all types of trail riders.  

The Birchwood area's year-round trails are ideal for use by ATV & Snowmobile enthusiasts as well as hikers.  The Tuscobia Trail is the main off-road trail. Running for about 65 miles, it is well marked and easily accessible. 
 

The Ice Age National Scenic Trail, a thousand-mile footpath entirely within Wisconsin, can be accessed nearby for hiking some of the state's most beautiful natural areas. For current trail information, please visit Washburn County Trail Conditions.

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TUSCOBIA STATE TRAIL

From Rice Lake to Park Falls, the Tuscobia State Trail travels 74 miles through the Flambeau State Forest and Chequamegon National Forest in northern Wisconsin. Enjoy the rugged wilderness of the Blue Hills from a nearly-level former rail grade. Trail users can hike, mountain bike, snowmobile, use ATVs and visit quaint shops in small villages along the trail.

ICE AGE TRAIL

The Ice Age National Scenic Trail - Blue Hills is a 23 mi trail that starts in Birchwood, Wisconsin and ends in Weyerhaeuser, Wisconsin. The trail is considered to be medium to hike and has a total elevation gain of 2111 ft. Normally the trail takes 2 days to complete but can be finished in as little as 2 days. Dogs are welcome on the trail.

GREEN LAKE TRAIL

 This is a non-motorized cross country ski, show shoe and hiking trail. There are two trail heads for your convenience along this 2.5 mile trail through picturesque Sawyer County forest. Parking is available at the Green Lake trail head. trail map

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Washburn County Trail Conditions

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Sawyer County Trail Conditions

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