Trail Details

Northwest Wisconsin Nordic Trails

Solberg Lake / Squaw Creek Trail

Phillips, Wis.


Trail Options:   5.4 km - A good beginner trail with gently rolling terrain on wide twin tracks winding through pine and aspen; groomed for classic only.

Trail Description: This is a very good trail for the beginning or as a daily exercise routine as the trails are relatively flat. The trail is scenic and passes through both pine and aspen timber. It is located in the Price County Forest which allows the option of exploring other trails and roads in the surrounding area. Please do not snowshoe on the tracked portion of the cross-country ski trail.

Ownership: Price County

Management: Flambeau Nordic Ski Club

Key Partnerships: Flambeau Nordic Ski Club

Info: 1-800-269-4505

Website: http://www.pricecountywi.net

Snowshoeing Permitted
Snowshoeing Permitted

Dogs Permitted
Dogs Permitted





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Snowshoeing Permitted

Dogs Permitted

Trail Location

Directions

Located 6 miles northeast of Phillips, travel just north of town on Hwy. 13, turn east on Old Hwy 13, then right on West Solberg Lake road, then turn left on Hicks Landing Road or from Hwy. 13 in downtown Phillips take County Road H east 1.8 miles, turn left on E. Solberg Lake Rd and drive 5.3 miles, turn right on Hicks Landing Road and drive 1.1 miles; from Fifield, travel 1 mile east on Hwy. 70 to Hicks Landing Road, then drive 8 miles south to the parking area.

Turn-by-Turn Directions Driving Directions to Solberg Lake / Squaw Creek Trail

Most Recent trail report







Landmark dates in the history of Nordic Trails in northwest Wisconsin include 1975 when the United States Cross Country Ski Team including Bill Koch — who would later go on to win a silver medal in the 1976 Olympics – came to Telemark to train, 1978 when the first World Cup cross country ski races were held on the Telemark Trails, and also that year the Worldloppet League, an affiliation of international cross country ski marathons, was formed by Tony Wise at Telemark.

After an auspicious beginning, it wasn’t long before the landscape was dotted with Nordic Trails of all sizes and descriptions, most of which continue to offer pleasant and challenging cross country skiing opportunities today.