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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||
It's any easy tide from Amherst to Scandinavia. Once at Scandinavia there is a little bakery in town to recharge at. So far one of my favorite rides.
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.
Rode the trail from Black Creek to New London a week ago with my wife. Did the other section earlier in the year. We both loved it. The wetlands seem to stretch forever. Plenty of wildlife, vegetation and scenery to enjoy and appreciate. The serenade from the frogs was great. Some deer and cranes as well. Also the lumber mill activity in Shiocton was intriguing. Not much shade but just perfect for what we like. Abrupt ending in New London.
This has easily become my favorite frequent trail ride in the Rock County area. I've now completed the trail from Janesville to Johnson Creek and it is gorgeous and not busy and I don't even notice the traffic anymore. Excellent trail for road bikes. Quick tip: my favorite place to get on the trial is north of Janesville near the Janesville Animal Medical Center at 5021 N Wright Rd in Milton. You skip the road ride on HWY Y, which is the only section I don't care for. And then it is just miles and miles of well maintained trail and beautiful country scenery. Enjoy!
Started in Greenbush and made it 9 miles before turning back. All asphalt, no shade, lots of hills between Greenbush and Plymouth.
Put on almost 60 miles today on this trail start to finish. Tootled around the town of Green Bay for a while too. Love this trail! The paved part is fantastic, and the packed lime stone is great too! When you reach the paved portion your asked to leave $5 for the trail. Well worth it imho. Will return again. Really wasn’t crowded. Since it’s such a wide trail it’s easy to get around ppl.
I rode house road in New London to Seymour and back. 43 miles total. The crushed gravel is fine but lots of large clumps of weeks. Nothing much was seen (one turkey) but it’s straight and a bit boring. I didn’t hate it but probably won’t do it again. No benches at all to stop and rest (so I didn’t) however rides through quite a bit of swamp so I’m sure the Mosquitoes would be insane.
Pleasantly surprised! One of the best scenic trails we’ve traveled on. A tad bumpy in spots but overall easy to travel for a gravel trail.
I’ve ridden this trail several times now. It’s lovely. There are even bike fix spots along the way. When it’s crowded it’s hard to maneuver around kids running to both sides of the trail. Parents need to teach trail etiquette to them! It connects with the Friendship trail and the Wiouwash trail I enjoy all of these.
This trail has something for everyone. Long and slight terrain changes. Great for families with small kids who need some together time. All paved and maintained.
Worst trail ever..... This is not a trail but more of a joke against hikers looking for a nice walk down a trail. No markings no grooming totally dangerous
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