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Amery Balsam Branch Trails   
Trailheads: 1 Main Lot, 1 Kennedy Park
  The Balsam Branch trails are open to the public for no charge. When there is snow, tracks are set by Polk County Park and volunteers. The trailhead parking area is always well plowed. Toilet facilities are available at the nearby Kennedy Environmental center but no coffee shop or warming facility. Roughly 4K of lighted trails added in 2010. 
Ashland 2  Ashland Ski Trail    6.5k       715-682-2950
  A beautiful trail right in the city of Ashland. The full 6.3 kilometers of the trail are tracked for classic style skiing and most are groomed for skate style skiing as well. 
Balsam Lake Stower Seven Lakes State Trail   
Trailheads: 3 Amery, 3 Deronda, 3 Nye, 3 Wanderoos
  Built on a former railroad corridor, this 14-mile trail begins in Amery travels through the communities of Deronda, Wanderoos and Nye, ending near Dresser. 
Barnes 4  Tomahawk Lake Ski Trail    10km       715-795-2782
  Single track, one way, classical only (skating added fall 2017) trail in rolling terrain through hardwood and pine forest with scenic vistas of small lakes. Fast downhill runs with safe glide outs make the main loop more challenging. 
Barron 5  Barron Area Nordic Trail Association    5.3km      
  The trail system runs through a mix of mature oak-maple forest and open field skiing. The trail is located on the south side of the City of Barron, Wisconsin, just south of the High School football field. 3.3K of lighted trail. 
Bayfield Mt. Ashwabay Ski Trails   
Trailheads: 6 Ski Lift, 6 Jerry Jolly
40k       715-779-3227
  A great mix of beginner and expert ski trails. With the inclusion of the Jerry Jolly Trails there is about 25 km groomed for skating and classic. There is also an additional 15 km of classic only trails. With views of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands, this is a very scenic area to ski. There is a nice lodge which sells snacks and food as well as a ski patrol and small downhill area. 
Bloomer 7  Hickory Ridge Trail    27km       866-723-0331
  This trail winds through quiet and scenic oak and aspen forests. All loops are challenging to the skier with rolling to steep grades. All loops are signed with either a snowflake blazer or a blazer depicting a skier, complete with kilometer markings. Ski trail rest shelters are located at the North and South loops. The entire system is groomed for both traditional and skate skiing. No dogs permitted. 
Brantwood 8  Palmquist's The Farm    30K       800-519-2558
  Trailheads located right on "The Farm" take you into 20 miles of ski trails, through some of Wisconsin's most remote and beautiful forests and back country, from beginner to intermediate-level ratings. You'll glide through maple groves and cedar swamps, up hardwood ridges and into the Tiaga ski region just north of "The Farm." There is also about 1K of lighted trail. Four more miles of skating trails are also accessible from "The Farm."  
Bruce Blue Hills Trail   
Trailheads: 9 East Side, 9 West Side
  A 32K network of well-signed trails coursing through heavily wooded hills and valleys. Timely grooming for both skating and striding. Heated log warming house, toilets, and ample parking. 
Brule 10  After Hours Ski Trail    21k       715-372-4866
  Mostly easy to moderate with a few challenging hills. Best known for good grooming and scenic views of the Brule River. Groomed for both classic and skating. Home to the River View Loppet Race in March.  
Cable 11  Namakegon Trail    10km      
  The trail is fairly flat and suitable for beginner or novice skiers. 
Cable 12  North End Ski Trail    29km       715-798-3599
  One loop with two shorter cutoffs. Degree of difficulty: Intermediate. Also includes part of the old Telemark World Cup trail. 
Cable 13  Rock Lake    20km       800-754-8685
  This is a system of classic-only trails made up of ever increasing inter-connected loops through some of the loveliest country in the Midwest. Very hilly -- intermediate to advanced skills recommended. 
Cable 14  Telemark Resort Trails    63k       888-757-1943
  Some of the most famous trails in the area! The American Birkie starts here, and the Korteloppet makes extensive use of the trail system. 
Chippewa Falls 15  Irvine Park    2mi       715-723-0051
  Gently rolling terrain through a mature mixed hardwood forest. The park offers a zoo, petting zoo, scenic dam, museum and other historical displays. 
Chippewa Falls 16  Lake Wissota State Park    11K       715-382-4574
  Located just east of Chippewa Falls, on the NE shore of Lake Wissota. 
Clam Lake 17  West Torch Trail    14.3K      
  The West Torch Ski Trail is a narrow classic trail. The two short loops are suitable for beginner or novice skiers. The terrain is flat to gently rolling. The eastern portion of the 5.9 and 8.1 Km loops traverse a somewhat steeper hill and provides more excitement.  
Cornell 18  Brunet Island State Park    4.3mi       715-239-6888
  Brunet Island's trails pass through an otherwise undeveloped section of the park. The terrain is rolling with plenty of hills but none very large. Skiers pass through a mix of hardwood and evergreen forest, and ski a ridge within sight of the Fisher River.  
Cornell 19  River Road Ski Trail    6K       715-726-7921
  Located in Harold Walters Memorial Forest, the trail winds through undulating terrain with great scenery including big hardwoods and conifers, beaver ponds, wetlands, and the Chippewa River. Well-behaved dogs are welcome on this trail.  
Cumberland 20  Timberland Hills    24.0k       715-822-3727
  A great trail system! Nice wide trails and many challenging sections. 
Cumberland 21  Timberland Hills West    2.5k       715-822-3727
  Right next door to the famous Timberland Hills trails, this is a short section that is lighted until around 11 pm. 
Drummond 22  Drummond Ski Trails    9K      
  Located less than a mile south of Drummond. One of thje most popular trails, Boulevard, is double tracked so you can ski side by side. 
Eau Claire 23  Lowes Creek County Park    8K       715-839-4783
  Trails are rolling to hilly and are found on both sides of Lowes Creek.  
Eau Claire 24  Tower Ridge Ski Area    20k       715-839-4738
  Great trails--hills and flats--for all levels. Groomed for both classical and skating. There are about 3km of lighted trails. 
Edgar 25  Scotch Creek Woodland Preserve    7K       715-352-7156
  The entire system is typically groomed with one set of tracks that wind through beginner to intermediate forested and prairie terrain. The football field and baseball field loops are double tracked flanking the freestyle lane. Wooded portions with a single set of classic tracks have ~5 to 6 feet of groomed width for snowshoers or freestyle skiing.  
Frederic 26  Trade River Trail    8K      
  Easy, rolling trails. Ice Age National trail passes through part of this trail system. 
Grantsburg 27  Brandt Pines Ski Trail    8mi      
  Part of the Governor Knowles State Forest, Brandt Pines is an old-growth stand of large red and white pine along the St. Croix River. Throughout much of the trail, you will either be on the top overlooking the ravine, or right down in it.  
Hayward Birkie Trail   
Trailheads: 28 Hwy OO, 28 Birkie Ridge, 28 Fish Hatchery, 28 North End Cabin, 28 Mosquito Brook, 28 Start Area
52k       715-634-5025
  The famous Birkie trail. A great, rolling trail through the woods between Cable and Hayward. There is a short section south at Hwy OO that is lighted. There are snowmaking trails at the Start area. 
Hayward 29  Hayward Hospital Trails    7.5mi      
  Located close to town behind the Hayward Area Memorial Hospital, the 7.5 miles of trails are a mix of flat and easy rolling terrain, winding around a lake and through pines and hardwoods. 
Hayward 30  Hayward Recreational Forest    5K      
  Located just SW of Hayward, features rolling to hilly terrain.  
Hayward 31  Mukwonago Trail    20km       800-754-8685
  A beautiful, challenging system of loops located about 17 miles east of Hayward. Trails are for intermediate to advanced skill levels and offer a great "in the woods" skiing experience. 
Hudson 32  Willow River State Park    26K       715-386-5931
  Trails range from easy, such as the Purple Trail running along the Willow River, to the challenging Brown and Silver trails. Trails are groomed for both classical and skate skiing. All grooming is done by volunteer groomers who pride themselves in providing the best possible conditions.  
Ladysmith 33  Ladysmith High School Trails    1.4km       715-532-5984
  A lighted 1.4K loop on the eastside of Ladysmith High School. 
Ladysmith 34  Sister's Farm    5km      
  Growing from a few classical trails, this area now includes a fine skate trail that parallels the Flambeau River. Classical trails on west side, skate east side. 
Marshfield 35  Marshfield School Forest    10K       715-384-8313
  A heavily wooded trail system with a variety of trail loops for all ability levels. Several advanced trails have climbs of more that 60 vertical feet. The trail is maintained by the Marshfield Area Ski Touring Foundation. A lodge with a large fireplace and restrooms is open to skiers on weekends.  
Mellen 36  Copper Falls State Park    30 km      
  Rolling terrain, including some scenic sections along the Bad River. 
Mellen 37  Penokee Mountain Trail    11km      
  In spite of being located in rugged terrain, the trail is suitable for skiers of moderate ability. Only the 8.6 Km loop has climbs and down hills that demand intermediate skiing ability.  
Menomonie 38  Hoffman Hills    8.0k       715-232-1242
  Challenging trails located 10 miles NE of Menomonie. 
Menomonie Red Cedar River Trail   
Trailheads: 39 Menomonie Depot, 39 Irvington, 39 Downsville
13.0k       715-232-1242
  A groomed stretch from Menomonie to Downsville. Red Cedar Outfitters offer return van rides for a one-way ski trip. Follow direction signs from I-94. 
Mercer Mecca   
Trailheads: 40 Little Turtle, 40 Cabin
20k       715-476-2389
  Trails are on gently rolling terrain and feature a unique log warming cabin on the banks of the Little Turtle River 1 mile from trail head. Trail head A (Little Turtle) is North of Mercer while Trail head B (Cabin) is on the south side of Mercer. 
Minong 41  Totogatic Ski Trail    8k      
  Terrain ranges from flat to rolling and is groomed for traditional skiing only. 
Montreal Montreal Trails   
Trailheads: 42 Bessemer St, 42 Spring Camp Rd, 42 Wisconsin Ave, 42 Number 4 Rd
15.0k       715-561-5180
  2km railroad grade makes for great cruising. Other steeper plunges down to the grade. Trails are in the city of Montreal just west of Ironwood/Hurley. Densely wooded and secluded. Donation box. Connects with 19km Uller trail to Whitecap Mtn, which is even more remote. 
Park Falls 43  Wintergreen Ski Trail    9.2km       715-762-2461
  This is a very scenic trail as it passes through a diverse forest of pine, aspen, birch, balsam fir, and northern hardwoods. There is a warming house at the trailhead. 
Pence Uller Trail   
Trailheads: 44 Weber Lake, 44 Iron Belt, 44 Pence, 44 Hoyt
18K       715-561-2922
  These trails wind through some beautiful, remote areas along the Penokee Range. 
Phillips 45  Holy Cross Ski Trail    9.6km       800-269-4505
  This is a very scenic trail system with moderately hilly and rolling terrain through a variety of timber types. Excellent family trail tour.  
Phillips 46  Solberg Lake Ski Trail    5.4km       800-269-4505
  This a very good trail for the beginning skier. The trail is scenic and passes through both pine and aspen timber.  
Rib Lake 47  Rib Lake Ski Trails    30K      
  Ranging from the Beginners Loop to the Championship Trail, the trail system has been designed to encourage the novice and challenge the expert. Well-behaved pets are welcome on the trail system. 
Rice Lake 48  Rice Lake Nordic Association    3.5K      
  Two loops groomed for both skate & classic. Basically a flat trail, great for beginners. Good night skiing with lighting from the nearby streets. 
River Falls 49  Kinnickinnic State Park    6km       715-425-1129
  Easy classic trails through the woods and prairies. Kinni is a quiet park that includes a terrific overlook view of the St. Croix River.  
Seeley Seeley Ski Trails   
Trailheads: 50 Old OO, 50 Uhrenholdt
13.5km       715-634-6449
  Located just minutes east of Seeley, down old Hwy OO. 
Shell Lake 51  Red Barn Ski Trails    6K       715-205-4424
  Groomed trails weave throughout 200 acres. Hills are moderate providing a perfect place for family skiing or those serious skiers looking for a nice afternoon in the woods. 
Solon Springs Douglas County Ski Trails   
Trailheads: 52 North, 52 South
16.6K       715-378-4528
  Easy, flowing trails through the Douglas County Forest. 
Spooner 53  Beaver Brook Ski Trail    15K       715-635-2134
  Located just south of Spooner. Primarily backcountry trails, classical only. 
Spooner 54  Spooner City Trails    2.5K       715-635-4490
  Located on the north side of town, on College Street. Multiple loops for different skill levels. 
Stone Lake 55  Nordic Woods    15km       715-635-4490
  Mostly intermediate level trails are groomed for classical or both classic and skating. There is also a beginner loop. Skating sections tend to be quite narrow and the trail is remote and heavily wooded. Ideal classical terrain. 
Superior 56  Pattison State Park    7K       715-399-3111
  The park features Wisconsin's highest waterfall as the Black River winds through. Trails range from beginner to moderate. 
Superior 57  Superior Municipal Forest    28k       715-395-7299
  Trails groomed for classical and skate skiing. Trail fee required. 
Trego 58  Heartwood Ski Trails    25km       715-466-6300
  The Heartwood Conference Center and Resort grooms over 25K of cross country ski trails for both classic and skate skiing. A diverse selection of trails and terrain offers satisfaction to both the novice and expert skier. 
Trego 59  Trego Lake Trails    5.5K      
  Small but quiet trail along the shoreline of Trego lake, on the Namekagon river.  
Washburn 60  Mt. Valhalla Ski Trails    27.5km       715-373-2667
  Teuton trails on the west side is skating and classic, the Valkyrie trails on the east side are double tracked for classic only skiing. 
Webb Lake 61  Voyager Village Golf Course    10K       715-259-3910
  A mix of gently rolling and flat at terrain on the front nine, a slightly more challenging grade on the back 9. Hanscom classic only trail, set in the deep woods. 
Westboro 62  Forest Springs Camp    20km       715-427-5241
  A trail system with a variable terrain. 12 loop trails, mostly 1 to 2 km in length and varying from easy to quite difficult. Wooded, groomed almost daily, averaging 12 ft wide. 
Winter Flambeau Hills Ski Trail   
Trailheads: 63 CR W, 63 Snuss Blvd
22.4km       715-332-5271
  Very scenic with views of the Flambeau River and a heavily timbered landscape. Portions of the upper loop and cutoffs on the east side of the lower loop are more challenging. There is a three-sided shelter on the west side of the upper loop.  

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