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A moderate difficulty loop that starts/ends at the North End trailhead which connects to Flow Mama.


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Map Key

9.7

Miles

15.7

KM

Singletrack

1,643' 501 m

High

1,541' 470 m

Low

909' 277 m

Up

878' 268 m

Down

3%

Avg Grade (2°)

22%

Max Grade (12°)

Dogs Off-leash

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Description

A moderate difficulty loop that starts and ends at the North End trailhead, which connects to Flow Mama Trail and the rest of the CAMBA trail system between Cable and Hayward.

The eastern half is more technical than western half, with recent work to eliminate some of the rooty/rocky/old-school feel of the original Ojibwe. No doubt many will bemoan these "improvements", but it is now really fun to ride in a fast/flowing sense.

The western half still has lots of that old-school feel (along with one new, machine-built flow section) for those looking for that kind of riding. It is similar to the Rock Lake trails for reference.

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Josh Miner

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  4.2 from 13 votes

#7041

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  4.2 from 13 votes
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Trail Rankings

#143

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#7,041

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Photos

Tight switchbacks galore in the green tunnel of Ojibway trail
May 31, 2016 near Cable, WI
Riding some of the old school singletrack of east Ojibway trail
May 31, 2016 near Cable, WI
Intersection with the Ojibwe Trail
Oct 10, 2014 near Cable, WI
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Jul 1, 2022
Tad Feiler
9.7mi — 1h 20m
Jun 12, 2021
Adam Zinnecker
Some parts of the trail are rough and tough to get through, and some parts have great flow. Not my favorite Trail in the system.
Nov 12, 2020
Mike Wubben
Couple inches of snow but trails are firm with no mud. Did just a portion of Ojibwe as well as Flow Mama. Saw no one else and saw not other tracks.
Aug 26, 2020
Private User
Jul 29, 2020
Tommy Grill
May 23, 2020
Mitch Leppicello
Start a glimpse of the trail - more next time — 0h 20m
Jul 22, 2019
Andrew N
Aug 21, 2018
Matthew Bohm

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