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The Nicolet State Trail runs for 90 miles through three counties, numerous small communities and Nicolet National Forest in northeastern Wisconsin. Following a former railroad route used by the timber...
|WI||90.1 mi||Cinder, Crushed Stone, Gravel||
Beautiful creek to observe and great scenery.
We had a great day riding from Luxemburg to Kewaunee and back. Beautiful scenic ride and the surface was very good. Saw maybe 10 other people walking or riding bikes. Going back very soon to ride to Sturgeon Bay from Luxemburg.
from forest junction to a little north of greenleaf was well kept gravel wide and hard packed. From that point and north into Green bay it was very well maintained asphalt and farther into the bay it was nice boardwalk, bike shop, coffee shop, restaurants. De Piere to Green bay was a joy, tons of river views, take a camera! Lombardi's grave and house along trail!
I decided to give this trail another try on my way back from South Depere. Many of the areas that have been underwater were heavy with debris and algae which could cause for caution to avoid taking a fall on my road bike. Once I cross the bridge heading towards Allouez Avenue just passed Green Isle Park the trail was blocked off still I’m assuming due to the boardwalks still being underwater. But all in all on his trail is open and dry
Really nice trail with some really great scenery and great photo ops. Flat, long, clean, lots of trail goers (dog walkers, runners, bikers), but not crowded.
I rode this entire trail this weekend. I love how wide it is. Parked in Denmark. Restrooms were closed. Saw less than ten people out on my ride. Scenic, peaceful, easy to ride.
Restrooms at this trail head are closed indefinitely due to COVID-19.
Clearly low bike use. Looked like it would be best for snow mobiles....i saw no gravel.
It was like a long straight tunnel with very little variety in landscape. Tough riding as the trail was not well maintained. Kind of boring.
Parked near start of trail in Denmark in parking lot with restrooms located off of Main Street on Railroad Ave (near Main Street Market). Crushed stone surface, which seems to be very well maintained with beautiful green scenery. Came across only one small stretch of trail that was wet and slightly muddy. Rode entire length of trail and only saw two bikers and someone pushing a stroller - Enjoyed the peace and quiet! The only negative would be the lack of shade. Being in direct sunlight at 85° with a dew point of 65° wasn't the most comfortable temperature to be in without shade. Overall though my first time on this trail was great. I will definitely ride it again, but most likely during closer to and during fall when it's a little cooler. VERY few gnats compared to other trails - I think having the greenery cut down quite a few feet away from the trail and the lack of water helped!
We wanted to try this trail out as we live near it. There are no trail heads marked. The section near the duck Creek Park is completely over grown with trees fallen over the trail. Definitely not for biking. Maybe you would enjoy hiking?
not sure where they get the 5 star or 6.5miles but we did this trail today and while portions were under water which can not be helped due to excessive rainfalls, the trail was perhaps 3 miles max and uneventful.
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