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Lapham Peak Loop

 
 6 votes

Length

4.3 Miles 7.0 Kilometers


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Singletrack

Elevation

216' 66 m

Ascent

-204' -62 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

7%

Max Grade (4°)

988' 301 m

High

942' 287 m

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An easy/intermediate trail with minimal obstacles through open prairie.

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Overview

This is a nice short trail that is pretty level along most of its length. This could be a good one for those new to the sport or for families looking to try something new.
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Dogs: Leashed

Need to Know

Bikes must travel counter-clockwise.

Description

The obstacles along this route are minimal but there are a couple of slightly steep hills to climb. Almost the entire trail is through open prairie so there is not much shade to be found. Watch out for horses, hikers, runners and dogs on this trail (bikes travel counter-clockwise).

From the parking area head west on the Cushing Park Bike Trail. At the intersection with the Prairie Path head north and follow the red blazes around the prairie. Ignore all intersections until you get back to where you first entered the Prairie Path.

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Land Manager: Wisconsin State Parks

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Aug 26, 2017
Jan van den Handel II
Audrey,Leigh,Lisa and I 4.3mi
Aug 30, 2016
Chris Barth
Ride in the grass 7mi — 0h 40m
Aug 19, 2016
Andy Strom
May 8, 2016
Dan Bedard
Not well maintained and boring.

Trail Ratings

  2.3 from 6 votes

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  2.3 from 6 votes
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#32

in Wisconsin

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Flat, beginner riding mostly through prairies. A good place for your very first ride off the pavement, or maybe to take the kids, or if you are out that way and desperate. Winter riding is available, although it is pretty uninspiring. Minooka, Alpha, Currie and Hoyt Parks are much better options, and for all but the western-most people will be closer. Oct 12, 2016

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