Bike in Washburn County

 

Biking

Biking is an awesome activity for individuals or families. Whether you are looking for a challenging mountain bike trail or an abandoned railroad grade to spend the afternoon on, Washburn County has a trail for you. For mountain bike enthusiasts, be sure to check out the Wildcat Mountain Bike Trail located East of Spooner on county forest land. If you're a fat bike enthusiast, 14 miles of the Wildcat Mountain Bike Trail are "fat bike friendly", so be sure to grab a map and head out there to explore this new, groomed fat bike trail!

Road biking is also a popular past time due to the many quiet, country roads in Washburn County.  Stop by the information center for a road map and route ideas.  

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Mountain Bike Trails

Washburn County is home to a variety of mountain bike trails suitable for novice and more experienced riders. Click above to learn more about the trails & to download maps. 

Fat Bike Trails

Not only does Washburn County have great mountain bike trails, but many of the trails are fat-bike friendly as well, including two trails that are groomed during the winter months. Click above to learn more about the fat bike trails & to download maps.

Washburn County offers many scenic, country roads for road bike enthusiasts. Click above to learn more about the recommended road routes and to order your Washburn County Highway Map.

 

Bicycle Related Businesses:

Saw This & More: Rents mountain bikes and fat bikes. Offers bicycle sales and service.

Heartwood Conference Center & Retreat: Offers bike trails for a nominal user fee.