Crystal Falls Trails and Maps

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Explore the best rated trails in Crystal Falls, MI. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Watersmeet to Land O'Lakes Trail and Iron Range Trails - Beechwood to Gibbs City. With more than 20 trails covering 623 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.

Recent Trail Reviews

Three Eagle Trail

Great Trail

October, 2022 by wallydwhiner

We rode it yesterday and really liked the undulating trail. So much better than an abandoned railroad trail. There are quite a few metal barriers to keep cars and atvs off the trail with just enough space for a biker to get thru. The one off trail section is hilly

Peshekee to Clowry Rail-Trail

mainly orv trail

September, 2022 by b.03.scott

Mainly orv/snowmobile path. Along rivers and power lines. Be cautious of wolves in the area. Multiple small bridges over river crossings.

Three Eagle Trail

Best crushed stone trail we’ve seen !

July, 2022 by dfischer12

We rode from Three Lakes north about 6 miles, yesterday, and will do the other half this week. It was a flat trail , but with a few fun curves. We were so impressed by the excellent condition of this trail - smooth and safe. Kudos to whoever is responsible for the upkeep - it’s the nicest stone trail we’ve been on - better than some paved ones ! We were in shade about 80% or more of the way and even the parts that run along Hwy 45 were buffered by a strip of trees and brush. Deeper into the woods was a very peaceful trail full of wildflowers, butterflies and varied scenery. Can’t wait to do the rest of the trail and hope to ride it several more times this summer !


Iron Ore Heritage Trail

Awesome Trail

June, 2022 by 9v4fmdgmpx

Awesome trail. Both paved and good gravel sections. We are five relatively fit men and women ages 64, 65, 66, 67, and 70. Our 70 year old rode a fat tire e-bike, but the rest of us had regular road bikes. We parked in Harvey and rode the trail to Negaunee and back, a 30-mile round trip. The constant uphill climb from Marquette into a breeze from the west was a challenge but the scenery is wonderful! We rested and ate lunch at a sweet café in Negaunee, the Midtown Bakery and Café, and then headed back. Since our return was pretty much all downhill, we finished 30 minutes faster than the first half of the ride. I really recommend this trail.

Wolf River State Trail

Wolf River Trail

May, 2022 by rohenora

Started in Cranston, the surface is terrible for Hybrid biking. ATVs use this trail, yet there is an ATV trail running parallel to this trail, on E Lakeview St. ?? I guess I would recommend a biking/hiking trail not be used by ATVs.

Watersmeet to Land O'Lakes Trail

Depends on use

October, 2021 by mlapoint

Riding a bike can be tough because the ATVs leave ruts which are hard to ride thru. Hiking, though, is nice. Different types of topography make it a very pleasant walk.

Nicolet State Trail

Surface is Challenging for Walkers

September, 2021 by sharon.kay.baxter

We started walking this trail in Gillett at the entrance in the industrial park off of W Park St. The trail is wide, flat and straight. It is well maintained. I noticed a few beer cans littered along the trail. But, mostly this is a VERY clean trail. We enjoyed the canopy covered parts of the trails through the woods, the open fields and the occasional creek or lake views. We went as far as Spice Lake and circled back. The surface of the trail was challenging and varied with different types of rock along the way. Most areas were loose rocks varying is size from tiny pebbles to 1-2" round. You don't get good traction. We only encountered a few ATVs and they were all very respectful...slowing down and allowing plenty of room to pass. Time of day: weekday morning.

Three Eagle Trail

very enjoyable!

September, 2021 by tc4qxk6pv8

We have biked this trail several times in the last few months, it never seems to get old. Coffee or ice cream in a comfy chair at the end of the trail!

Nicolet State Trail

Great ATV/UTV trail

August, 2021 by rgoff_tl

Love this trail for our rides. It’s a very scenic route. We use it often to travel from the Long Lake area to Laona, Mountain and other areas, from which we depart this trail and travel other trail systems in Florence, Forest and Marinette counties. Think of it as an effective north/south “expressway” corridor route that gets you to other local areas for trail riding and sightseeing. A great ride! worhythe

Conover-Phelps Trail

Great trail except the first mile

August, 2021 by jld003

We rode the trail in August 2021. The trailhead park in Conover is very nice, with excellent bathrooms and a bike tool stand including a pump. Within the first mile, however, you cross US 45 twice. It was a Tuesday, but the traffic was still heavy. I can't imagine crossing this with little kids. Once these crossings were done, the trail was great. A nice mixture of wetlands, forest, and dark hemlock stands. Halfway between Conover and Phelps there is a picnic table and a bench overlooking Muskrat Creek. The Phelps end was paved, but had road crews still working on it. Will ride again but will find a new starting point.

Conover-Phelps Trail

Lots of different scenery... Trail is definitely maintained.. trail now extends into Phelps which was a surprise... Very nice ¿

August, 2021 by dwrrkcondray

Lots of different scenery... Trail is definitely maintained.. trail now extends into Phelps which was a surprise... Very nice ¿

Three Eagle Trail

Loved it

August, 2021 by wicubbieboy

This was our first time on this trail and it’s great. My wife & I went from Eagle River to Three Lakes & back. The stretch in between (on the roads) wasn’t bad as we only experienced one car. The northern section had twist & turns through wooded area as well as boardwalks over marshes. The southern section had the same plus a straight section right by Three Lakes. Highly recommend this trail!

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