Drummond Ski Trails

Drummond, WI


Trail Options:   Antler - 3.2 km, Easy; Antler Chute - 2.6 km, Easy; Boulevard - 9 km out and back, Easy; North Country Return - 9 km round trip, More difficult; Jack Rabbit - 6 km, Easy; Race Track - 4.5km, More difficult

Trail Description: The Drummond Ski Trails are located The Drummond Trails grew to fruition out of the efforts of area residents who formed the Drummond Area Ski Trail Association and worked with the U.S. Forest Service

Ownership: Chequamegon National Forest - Washburn Ranger District

Key Partnerships: Drummond Area Ski Trails Association

Facilities: Parking. Food, gas, water available in Drummond

Fees: $5.00 daily/ $20.00 annual



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Trail Information




Directions: USH 63, 8 miles north of Cable. Turn right in Drummond on Lake Owen Drive (Forest Road 213) for .8 miles to trail head .



Trail Options:   Antler - 3.2 km, Easy; Antler Chute - 2.6 km, Easy; Boulevard - 9 km out and back, Easy; North Country Return - 9 km round trip, More difficult; Jack Rabbit - 6 km, Easy; Race Track - 4.5km, More difficult

Ownership: Chequamegon National Forest - Washburn Ranger District

Key Partnerships: Drummond Area Ski Trails Association

Facilities: Parking. Food, gas, water available in Drummond

Fees: $5.00 daily/ $20.00 annual

Description:
The Drummond Ski Trails are located The Drummond Trails grew to fruition out of the efforts of area residents who formed the Drummond Area Ski Trail Association and worked with the U.S. Forest Service

Current Trail Conditions

Most recent trail report

Report Date: Nov 18, 2014

The Drummond Ski Trails will not be groomed until after the gun deer season is over (November 30th). We did get about 11-12” in our first snowfall and a couple of 3" ones since.


New Snow in inches: 15

Base/Woods in inches: 7








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