Solberg Lake / Squaw Creek Trail

Trail Activities
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Hiking
  • Mountain biking
  • Fat biking
  • Horseback riding
  • Snowshoeing
  • Hunting
About the Trail
Overview
The trail is very scenic and passes through both pine and aspen timber with gently rolling terrain. It is only mowed in late summer, as the trail is used for Grouse hunting in mid-September. This trail is located in the Price County Forest which allows the option of exploring other roads and trails in the surrounding area.

There is no fee required.

Location
  • Located 6 miles northeast of Phillips, travel just north of town on Highway 13, turn east on Old Highway 13, then right on West Solberg Lake road, then turn left on Hick’s Landing Road or from Highway. 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 Hick’s Landing Road and drive 1.1 miles; from Fifield, travel 1 mile east on Highway. 70 to Hick’s Landing Road, then drive 8 miles south to the parking area.
Length
  • 3.4 miles
Trail Type
  • Loop
Skill Level
  • Easy
Aerobic Level
  • Easy to moderate
Hiking & Biking
The surface is grass.

Cross-country Skiing
This is a very good trail for the beginner skiers. Older skiers might also find the relatively flat trails just right for a daily exercise routine. Groomed for classic skiing only by the Flambeau Nordic Ski Club.

Horseback Riding
The trail surface is grass. There are no significantly wet areas that would be a hindrance to horseback riding.

Snowshoeing and Fat Biking
The snowshoe and fat bike trail runs parallel to the ski trail. Please stay off the groomed portion of the trail.