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|Trail Image||Trail Name||States||Length||Surface||Rating|
The Eisenbahn State Trail gives a nod to Wisconsin’s German heritage in its name—Eisenbahn is German for “railway.” The strict translation, “iron road,” refers to the iron rails originally used as...
|WI||25 mi||Asphalt, Crushed Stone||
The Wild Goose State Trail is a premier rail-trail, spanning approximately 35 miles in Dodge and Fond du Lac counties. If you are looking for a peaceful and beautiful place to visit, this trail has it...
|WI||34.4 mi||Asphalt, Crushed Stone, Dirt, Grass||
Left from Long Lake. Perfect for what I was looking for. Varied scenery, lots of gorgeous meadows, some forest, then swamp-like lands as you get closer to Mauthe Lake. Milder hills compared to what you’d find road biking in the area. Some shade (we left around 10:30am) but depending on time of day and position of sun you could have more shade. I didn’t need bug spray but recommend bringing just incase. Trail wasn’t busy at all. Very enjoyable ride.
Hilly and little shade. Many road crossings and constant car noise from the highway.
We rode from Belgium to Oostburg. I didn't realize that the Sheboygan Interurban was all paved. Even though I read the trail description I was still expecting gravel when we crossed Hwy. K. The trail seems well maintained and is in good condition. This section of the trail from Hwy K to Oostburg is mostly rural and follows a railroad track. A really beautiful ride. It has a suburban feel when you go through Cedar Grove. There is one road you have to take through an industrial section of Cedar Grove. On the north side of Cedar Grove at Hwy 32 & Commerce St. is a nice trail head with tables and shade and that also has a clean porta-pottie.
When you reach Oostburg the dedicated trail ends and you ride the streets. The first road north through Oostburg is a quiet residential street and it takes you to the trail head at the Oostburg train depot. There are really clean bathrooms inside and tables too. No tables outside but across the tracks to the west is Kups Coffee and Ice Cream. This is where we turned to head back to Belgium.
Very beautiful quick ride. Mauthe lake was flooded so it started out a very feet soaking ride... but it makes an experience!
I rode this trail in its entirety a few days ago. The portion through West Bend is paved, but the remainder is crushed limestone. A few portions of the trail have some plant growth, but it did not interfere with my ride. Only one small area on the gravel portion felt loose; the remainder of the trail was fine. I would recommend to plan your trip with needed supplies (sunblock, hydration, food, cell phone, and bike repair gear) as some portions of the trail are quite isolated for many miles. Overall, I did enjoy my ride and will likely be back!
Lived in Kenosha for 3 years and would go on this trail weekly. It's incredible on the lake
Started from Kohler-Andrae SP. Not a fan of on road biking, but nice quiet roads. Nice little coffee ice cream shop “Kups” in Oostburg. Next door at the Oostburg red building are public restrooms. Paved bike trail from Oostburg south.
Here a great R2T for those in SE Wisconsin! The Bugline Trail, just NW of Milwaukee. Oddly named, but a sweet trail. I started in Merton, rode to Menomonee Falls and back. 26 miles round trip, all paved. A great mix of woods, open areas, and some developed areas. There are several little towns along the trail (Merton, Sussex, Lannon, Menomonee Falls) where you can pick up snacks if needed.
As it passes thru Lannon, WI -- which provided the limestone that built much of Milwaukee -- you will see lots of quarry lakes, including one that is just shockingly blue!
If you are in the area, give it a try!
I take this path from old spring street in mount pleasant (pike river trail) through pets park to the Kenosha Racine trail. The paved paths through the fields from hwy 11- KR are beautiful! The paths that run parallel to Green Bay road is very nice. I love this whole trail!
Road the entire trail from fox du lac to Juneau. Plus a side 3 or so miles at the Horicon. It was so much the same. Not much changed all the way. Few people on it so it was a bit boring. Not much to visit along the way and Juneau didn’t have much either. I didn’t hate it but I wouldn’t do it again. Lots of bumps and the trail was ok otherwise. Just meh.
There are a few deep ruts caused by equipment used to push over dead trees that need repairs. Some are difficult to see until you are on top of them.
A gravel/crushed limestone trail with some shade in parts. I rode it from London east 20 miles today after it poured yesterday and the trail was bone dry. I’d recommend having 28s on your bike as smaller tires can work but it’d be a little more difficult. There was a small stretch on streets but it was well marked and little traffic. I loved the bridges over the water and the small tunnel you pass through (keep your hands on the bars as it’s bumpy in there). There was a smallOverall a great trail.
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