Flow Trails

Trail Conditions as of: 2024-02-24

Status: Closed
Conditions: Icy, Soft, Fat Bikes Only

Treacherous riding even with Studs.

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Phase 1 Trails Are Open - see attached map.

Construction has begun on a new mountain biking trail system at the old Musky Mountain ski hill. Known as Mus-Ski Mountain back in the day, the terrain surrounding this storied ski hill is among the best in the state of Wisconsin.

Learn all about the Musky Mountain Trail System story, LAMBO efforts to make it happen and how you can help!

Maybe the best part is that the Northern Highland - American Legion State Forest has allocated up to 15 miles of mountain biking trails. To make sure we get the most out of the terrain, LAMBO has contracted with Travis Bellman to build the first three miles of trail. But it's going to be a multi-year project, and we are going to need a lot of help to get it completed.

We have a great start, but to keep this project moving forward we will be launching a capital campaign as well as seeking funding from various grant opportunities. So, we are asking for your help. Whatever you can do to help move this project forward will be greatly appreciated. Of course, financial donations are very welcome. But if you have organizational, fundraising, or grant writing skills, we would love to have your help.

Become a Musky Mountain Trail Sponsor today! There are 4 sponsorship levels to choose from, starting at $500. Donate at the top or get more info here.

Thank you for helping LAMBO expand mountain biking opportunities in Northern Wisconsin.

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A Great Location for a Bike Trail

Musky Mountain Phase 1 Map
Phase 1 Trails are Open

Camping

Located in Located between Boulder Junction and Sayner, just off of Hwy N on Plumb Firetower Rd., Musky mountain is in close proximity to Crystal Lake Campground and Musky Lake Campground.

Nearby Trails

Vilas County Paved Trails Network - Musky Mountain will be accessible from the amazing paved trail network that runs from St.Germain, to Sayner, to Boulder  Junction, to Manitowish Waters and Winchester, to Mercer. This makes Musky Mountain Bike Trails a perfect spot from which to stage an entire days worth of adventure! 

Fern Ridge Trail
Includes 1.4 miles of hike/snowshoe trails and 4 miles of single-track mountain bike/winter fat-bike trails.  The two hike/snowshoe loops are at a somewhat rugged, intermediate level offering striking contrasts in terrain and a bog boardwalk.  Special attention is given to the many wildflowers, trees and non-flowering plants that make the trail beautiful during all seasons, including late season mushrooms. The mountain bike loops are one-way single-track flow trails that any skill can manage. Every feature has an alternate option for those that are less adventurous. Picnic tables available at the trailhead so pack a lunch and enjoy!

Shannon Lake Trail
The Shannon Lake Trail is open year round, but it really stands out as a fat bike winter trail. The system follows old ski trails and a hiking trails that provide a great ride that you can ride nice and easy, or push like an animal.

Raven Trail
The Raven Trail was LAMBO's first project, and occupies a special place in our hearts. Located in Woodruff, right next to Clear Lake Campground, the trail has about 7 miles of twisty and technical hand built trail.

WinMan Trails - From Musky Mountain Bike Trails, you could bike on the paved trail system all the way to WinMan. The trip takes about 2 1/2 hours and takes you through boulder junction along some of the most beautiful sections of the paved trail system.

Zip Mountain Biking Trail
The Zip Mountain Bike Trail, located in Minocqua WI, is one of the most popular trails in Northern Wisconsin. With around 8 miles to ride, LAMBO is always improving and adding to this super fun flow trail.

Northern Wisconsin Communities

Musky Mountain is located between Boulder Junction and Sayner, WI. Both towns offer great services, amenities and lodging. 


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Donations can also be mailed to:
Lakeland Area Mountain Bike Organization
PO Box 2106
Woodruff, WI 54568

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