Wintergreen Trail

Area Status: Open
This area is Open
 

Groomed snow trail with tracks for classical cross country skiing in pine stand

This trail is non-motorized and because it is close to the City of Park Falls, gets more year round use than many of the other trails in the area. Trail Lengths: Aspen Loop- .73 Mi; Beaver Loop- 3.09 Mi; Cedar Loop- 2.13 Mi; and Deer Loop- 1.20 Mi. What to expect: There is some topography so the trails are not flat which is nice for skiing, hiking, fat tire biking and mountain biking. Groomed for classical cross country skiing in the winter, this trail system provides difficult levels from beginner to expert skiers. Check the Cross-Country Ski Trail Report for current conditions of this trail. You can also click here for a trail map. Because the parking lot is shared with the Flambeau ATV trail, this area definitely has a more motorized or developed feel to it.

At a Glance

Fees Parking Fee
Restrictions:
  • Trail system groomed for classic and skate skiing only
  • Dogs are prohibited on trail system during X-Country Ski Season
  • Snowshoeing is allowed during X-Country Ski Season, however we ask they are kept off classic tracked portions of trail.
  • Winter biking (Fat Tire Bikes) are allowed during ski season, however we ask they are kept off classic tracked portions of trail.
Closest Towns: Fifield
Information Center: Medford - Park Falls District

General Information

Directions:

Directions: Wintergreen Trailhead (parking fee) - From Fifield drive east 7.5 miles on Highway 70 to the trailhead which is on the left (north) side of the road.

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
20.6 Km

  Latitude : 
45.8859

  Longitude : 
-90.3298

 

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