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Reforestation Camp

 4.4 (17)

8.5 Miles 13.6 Kilometers


Singletrack

182' 55 m

Ascent

-195' -59 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (0°)

4%

Max Grade (2°)

689' 210 m

High

631' 192 m

Low

Shared By Bob Huber

Conditions


Bad / Closed 25 days ago
Closed until winter/snowbike riding is available. History

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Well maintained singletrack in both mature hardwood forest and pine plantation.

Bob Huber

Dogs Unknown

Features -none-

You need to purchase a trail pass at the trailhead, $5 daily or $20 annual as of 2013.

Description

The trailhead is at the South end of the parking lot with an informational kiosk. Buy a trail pass to use the trails. Starting out on doubletrack, the route quickly drops into 9 miles of fast flowing singletrack. The terrain is rolling hills with a few sharp climbs but no real technical sections.

You'll be in dense forest for most of the ride on a 4,000 acre preserve with not many landmarks so you might get a feeling of being lost in the woods but the one-way trail system is well marked and well maintained to keep it up to IMBA standards.

Contacts

Land Manager: Brown County, WI - Parks

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Oct 17, 2018
Lukas Warden
5mi
Jul 15, 2018
Wesley Behling
Jun 27, 2018
Todd Richardson
9.6mi — 1h 08m
Jun 10, 2018
Keir Dvorachek
12mi
Jun 10, 2018
Shawn McGuire
12mi
May 14, 2018
Michael Guiou
17mi
Oct 1, 2017
Shelby Spaciel
Fun, kinda flat and boring but flowy 10.8mi
Jul 15, 2017
Chad Dean

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  4.4 from 17 votes

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  4.4 from 17 votes
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#17

in Wisconsin

#658

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Mix between turny single track and trails used for xc skiing in the winter. It has 4 different routes 3 of which follow more sandy trails. The one featured here has many turn offs to make sorter. 10 miles is the actual legnth. Jul 26, 2015

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