Cure for Cabin Fever: Cross-Country Skiing
Last Updated: 3/1/2017
Don’t let the flurries of this Wisconsin winter keep you indoors! Hit up one of our exciting cross country ski trails in order to stay active and embrace this season’s sports. Whether you’ve never skied or you’ve spent all year waiting for winter, these trails offer the perfect opportunity for any skill level.
Check out the Moccasin Lake Cross Country Ski Trail in Elcho this season in order to explore the groomed and tracked offerings of their weaving course. Enjoy the changing scenery of maple, birch, pine and hemlock trees alongside the two river basins that this forestry oversees.
Pack up your skis or snowshoes and make your way to Deerbrook this winter in order to check out the eight loops of traditional skiing that the Jack Lake Cross Country Ski Trail offers! With family-style skiing for all skill levels, the Jack Lake trails are the perfect destination for those looking to see pine and spruce forests as well as bogs and other wetlands.
At the Chippewa County Cross Country Ski Trails, all skill levels can enjoy varied terrains, trails, and the beauty of rolling hills along lakes and woods. They even have some trails that offer night skiing. Head to Chippewa Falls this season and fill your lungs with the rejuvenating air of winter.
Timberland Hills Ski Trail in Cumberland offers fifteen miles of rolling to hilly trails, along with 2.5 km of lighted trails. Northwest Wisconsin is rich in Nordic skiing tradition with some of the best trails in the country, which makes the Timberland Hills Ski Trail one of Wisconsin’s premiere travel destinations.
From the Beginner’s loop to the Championship trail, the Rib Lake Ski Trail is designed for both the novice and the expert. Volunteers partake in the Rib Lake Ski & Snowshoe Club in order to promote and maintain their trails as some of the best cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in Wisconsin.This entry was posted in Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing