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Boulder Junction 1  Crystal Lake Bike Trail    8K      
  This trail runs from the Big Muskellunge Lake Campground (Northern Highland State Forest) into the small town of Boulder Junction. Other than a 1.5k section that is shared with a little used road it is all bike path. The southern half is a very good roller ski workout, no big hills but enough up and down to keep you working. (Submitted by Jeff Reed) Pros: Trail goes through some very beautiful pine and birch forest with great views of Trout Lake. New surface. Cons: Sections have forest "litter" - leaves and twigs that need watching. Several road crossings (county roads with little traffic though). 
Eagle River 2  Divide Road (FR 2176)    6.5mi      
  Gently rolling hills, smooth blacktop and little to no traffic make this route great roller skiing. National forest land the entire length...no private lands. This was my own personal ski trail last summer, save for a few bear hunters training their dogs. Pavement is approximately 4 years old on a formerly gravel road thru the Nicolet National Forest. Ski on Divide Rd (FR 2176) from Luna-White Deer campground road south 6.5 miles to Sheltered Valley Rd (FR 2182). For extra distance 2.2 miles of Sheltered Valley Rd also have new pavement. Recommend NOT skiing north of Luna-White Deer campground as traffic increases and road becomes much more technical. Pros: You are out there by yourself. On Labor Day weekend I skied 50k and saw 9 cars total. Cons: You are out there by yourself. (Submitted by Dan Statz) 
Green Bay 3  Fox River Trail    5.4m      
  This trail is wide, relatively new (2 years since paved), mostly smooth and flat. Limited chipstone and sticks except in the fall when the leaves fall and then it can be a little more challenging. Total length of pavement is about 5+ miles with very few road crossings. It can a little get busy on the weekends. Access from multiple points from Riverside drive on the east side of the river. The trail itself continues south across Heritage road in DePere to Wrightstown as a gravel road bed. This is another 10 miles or so. I have never skied that but have been told Aero's can manage the surface (and provide a good resistance workout). (Submitted by Scott Putman) 
Stevens Point 4  Hoover Road Trail    4.0 mi      
  Very flat asphalt bike path along Hoover ave. Pros: Good surface, flat, few small hills Cons: Crosses two busy intersections, and multiple other roads. (Submitter: Marc Young) 

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