North End Snowshoe Trails

Cable, WI


Trail Options:   3 loops offering: a short 1.1 mile hike to hikes of almost 6 miles.

Trail Description:

The North End Snowshoe Trails are part of a cross country ski and snowshoe trail system starting from the North End Trail Head of the American Birkebeiner Trail near Cable.

The snowshoe trails were established specifically for snowshoeing and are mapped and marked.

There are three loops offering from a short 1.1 mile hike to hikes of almost 6 miles.

The trails use a combination of old woods roads and rustic single track trail. They travel mostly cross country and take you deep into the woods. The terrain is varied, but not extremely difficult.

There is a parking lot, warming building, and outhouse at the trail head.

    Trail options include:
  • Ridge Trail - 1.4km
  • Bear Paw Trail - 3.7km
  • Ojibwe Trail via Ridge (direct) including Penny Lane - 4.2km
  • Ojibwe Trail via Ridge including Penny Lane - 4.8km
  • Ojibwe Trail via Bear Paw including Penny Lane - 6.7km

The North End Trails also connect to the Telemark Resort snowshoe trails via the Ojibwe Trail offering additional options including a 2 to 21/2 hour point-to-point hike starting or finishing at the North End.

Ownership: Bayfield County Forest

Management: North End Ski Club

Key Partnerships: North End Ski Club, Telemark Resort, American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation

Facilities: Parking, warming building, and out-house

Fees: A $10.00 daily North End and American Birkebeiner trail fee is now in effect. Daily and annual trail pass information is posted at the trail head and North End warming cabin. All trail fees go to maintain and groom the ski trails. Thank you for your support. A Telemark Resort trail fee is required to use the Telemark ski trails.

Info: 715/798-3599

Website: http://www.norwiski.com/northend/



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Trail Information




Directions: From Cable take Cty Hwy M east approximately .2 mile. Bear right at the triangle across from the library and Cable Natural History Museum. Turn right onto Randysek Road. Follow Randysek Road 2 miles to the trail head on the left.



Trail Options:   3 loops offering: a short 1.1 mile hike to hikes of almost 6 miles.

Ownership: Bayfield County Forest

Management: North End Ski Club

Key Partnerships: North End Ski Club, Telemark Resort, American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation

Facilities: Parking, warming building, and out-house

Fees: A $10.00 daily North End and American Birkebeiner trail fee is now in effect. Daily and annual trail pass information is posted at the trail head and North End warming cabin. All trail fees go to maintain and groom the ski trails. Thank you for your support. A Telemark Resort trail fee is required to use the Telemark ski trails.

Info: 715/798-3599

Description:

The North End Snowshoe Trails are part of a cross country ski and snowshoe trail system starting from the North End Trail Head of the American Birkebeiner Trail near Cable.

The snowshoe trails were established specifically for snowshoeing and are mapped and marked.

There are three loops offering from a short 1.1 mile hike to hikes of almost 6 miles.

The trails use a combination of old woods roads and rustic single track trail. They travel mostly cross country and take you deep into the woods. The terrain is varied, but not extremely difficult.

There is a parking lot, warming building, and outhouse at the trail head.

    Trail options include:
  • Ridge Trail - 1.4km
  • Bear Paw Trail - 3.7km
  • Ojibwe Trail via Ridge (direct) including Penny Lane - 4.2km
  • Ojibwe Trail via Ridge including Penny Lane - 4.8km
  • Ojibwe Trail via Bear Paw including Penny Lane - 6.7km

The North End Trails also connect to the Telemark Resort snowshoe trails via the Ojibwe Trail offering additional options including a 2 to 21/2 hour point-to-point hike starting or finishing at the North End.

Website: http://www.norwiski.com/northend/

Snowshoeing Permitted








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