Namekagon Trail

The Chequamegon National Forest is a mountain biker's playground thanks to an excellent CAMBA trail system. Twenty-eight trails with more than 300 miles of riding in the National Forest and surrounding region have been marked with the distinctive blue-and-white CAMBA signs. The Namekagon Trail is ideal for sampling forest beauty, with comfortable resorts and restaurants close at hand. Trail sidetrips lead to wonderful spots. On Forest Road 203 you can view a fascinating bog. At the south end of the loop, the Lynch Creek Overlook reveals a vast, gorgeous area of streams, bogs and tamarack trees. Think of it as Forest Appreciation 101. Click on the Web address to view a trail map.

Directions

Drive 10.9 miles east of Cable on Highway M, turn north (left) for 5.5 miles on Highway D to Forest Road 209 and turn west (left) and drive .3 mile to the trail head

Trail Length (miles)

  • 4

Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type

  • Flat
  • Groomed
  • Hilly
  • Tracked
  • Wooded