Trail Details

Northwest Wisconsin Nordic Trails

Wintergreen Trail

Fifield, Wis.

Trail Options:   7.6km - Gentle enough for the intermediate skill level, yet challenges the experienced. All loops groomed for classic. B loop groomed for skating and classic.

Trail Description: This is a very popular trail system that is gentle enough for the intermediate skill level, yet challenges the experienced. This is a very scenic trail that has hilly, rolling terrain and passes through a diverse forest of pine, aspen, birch, balsam fir, and northern hardwoods. Groomed for classic skiing and skating. There is a shelter with a fireplace at the trailhead. A National Forest parking fee is required. You can purchase a single day pass or an annual pass that covers a forest or region. The daily fee can be paid at the trailhead and an annual sticker can be purchased at the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest office (715-762-2461) at 1170 S. 4th Avenue/Hwy. 13 in Park Falls. Multiple vendors in the community also sell annual passes. Please call the USFS office for a current vendor list.

The Fifield Fire Lookout Tower trail is also located at the Wintergreen Trailhead and is a nice short 250 yard snowshoe hike.

Ownership: Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

Management: Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

Key Partnerships: Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest

Fees: Parking fee required

Info: 715/762-2461, 800/269-4505


Snowshoeing Permitted
Snowshoeing Permitted

Fat bikes Permitted
Fat bikes Permitted

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Snowshoeing Permitted

Fat bikes Permitted

Trail Location


Located 5 miles east of Fifield on State Highway 70; the trailhead is on the left (north) side of the road.

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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.