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Alpine Valley Mountain Bike Trail

 4.5 (24)

8.1 Miles 13.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

1,034' 315 m

Ascent

-1,035' -316 m

Descent

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

19%

Max Grade (11°)

1,073' 327 m

High

843' 257 m

Low

Shared By Griffin M

Conditions


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Fallen Trees: It is excellent trail conditions minus a tree that's on a portion of a trail. Very avoidable though. Amazing trail!! History

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A trail that has incredible flow with plenty of climbs, descents, twists, and turns.

Griffin M

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Description

To access the trailhead, perpendicular to Highway D across from Townline Road, there is a gigantic sign you drive under to get to the resort. It says "Alpine Valley" in big red letters; it's impossible to miss. Follow this road until you see a blue sign that says "Mountain Bike Trail."

The sign points to a gravel maintenance road to the left. Follow this road. Don't be alarmed, you'll pass many maintenance shops and equipment before you reach the trailhead. This road ends in a large gravel lot with a few buildings. To the left of the buildings, there should be a self-pay station for trail passes. This is the area to park. From here, you can see the start of the singletrack that is marked by a "Mountain Bike Trail" sign you can ride under.

From the start, the trail is an ascending, leg-burning climb in the trees up the side of the ski hill. After you go around the excavation pit, miles of twists, turns, punchy climbs and fast descents await.

See their Facebook page for pictures, hours, and other information.

Contacts

Local Club: Alpine Valley MTB

Jul 7, 2014:

Land Manager: Alpine Valley Resort

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Jun 24, 2018
Aaron McLeod
Jun 17, 2018
Tom Hiles
8.3mi
May 27, 2018
Tom Hiles
8.1mi
May 27, 2018
Ike Hernandez
Apr 29, 2018
Riley Gillis
Oct 9, 2017
Jan van den Handel II
When I exited the trail near the golf course and the gravel road that goes back to the parking lot I missed some of the trail that would go to the end 7mi — 1h 12m
Sep 30, 2017
Cameron Barton
Sep 10, 2017
Anthony Metz
8.1mi

Trail Ratings

  4.5 from 24 votes

#134

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  4.5 from 24 votes
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#2

in Wisconsin

#134

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