“Seeley Pass is an intuitively laid out, fast, flow trail through heavily wooded forest.”
— Mike Laird
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Seeley Pass is a smooth, flow style trail that winds through public forest land and is maintained by CAMBA. Obstacles such as roots and rocks are infrequent making this a very accessible trail for beginners but can also challenge and bring excitement to more experienced riders who ride with more speed. The majority of the trail is two-way with occasional one-way sections clearly marked.
The easiest access is at the OO Trailhead east of Seeley, WI on County Highway OO, but it can also be accessed from Boedecker Road.
From OO, the trail starts off with a rapid, winding descent which takes riders across Janet Road. After a couple of miles you'll reach Pothole Plunge which features a newly constructed, 0.7 mile, winding descent to the bottom of Martel's Pothole. The old trail is still open but has been designated as a one-way uphill line due to safety concerns. From the bottom of Martel's Pothole, you'll need to conquer a steady climb over the next mile or so and eventually cross Boedecker Road (approx. 5 miles from OO).
The trail continues across Boedecker and after about two miles you'll cross Seeley Fire Tower/Randysek Road. From there, you'll enjoy another plesant descent down to "The Ballfield" where a sign commemorates the construction of the final leg of the longest singletrack trail in the midwest, connecting Hayward to Cable.