Wintergreen Trail

Trail Activities


  • Cross-country skiing
  • Hiking 
  • Mountain biking
  • Fat biking
  • Horseback riding
  • Snowshoeing
  • Hunting (must be 150 yards away from the trailhead)

About the Trail


Overview


This scenic, wide twin track trail has hilly, rolling terrain and passes through a diverse forest of pine, aspen, birch, balsam fir, and northern hardwoods. On the northeast edge of loop C, a short single track connects to ATV/UTV trails. Loop D is very hilly with steep ascents and descents.

ATV/UTV trails are also located south and east of the Wintergreen Trailhead parking lot. There is a shelter with a fireplace at the trailhead.

A National Forest parking pass is required. You can purchase a single day pass or an annual pass. The fee for the single day pass can be paid at the parking area. An annual sticker can be purchased at the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest office at 1170 S. 4th Avenue / Highway 13 in Park Falls, over the phone by calling the office at 715-762-2461, or at the following businesses:

•Phillips BP / Ball Petroleum (165 S. Lake Avenue Highway 13, Phillips)
•Bridge Bait, Tackle, and Archery (1414 S. 4th Avenue Highway 13, Park Falls)
•Fifield Marathon Station (N14181 Willow Avenue Highway 70, Fifield)
•Moose Jaw Resort (N15098 Shady Knoll Road, Pike Lake)
•Park Falls Ace Hardware (1114 4th Avenue Highway 13, Park Falls)
 

Location


  • Located 5 miles east of Fifield on State Highway 70

Length


  •   A series of loop trails - Loop A 1.9 Km, Loop B 5.1 Km, Loop C 8.5 Km, Loop D 5.1 Km

Trail Type


  • Loop

Skill Level


  • Easy to moderate

Aerobic Level


  • Easy to moderate

Hiking & Biking


The trail surface is hard-packed dirt and grass. Loops B and C are excellent for biking. Loop A crosses a bog and is not recommended for biking.

Cross-country Skiing


This trail is groomed for classic and skate skiing.

Horseback Riding


The trail surface is hard-packed dirt and grass. Loops B and D are recommended for horseback riding. The other trail loops are generally too wet.


Snowshoeing and Fat Biking


Snowshoeing and fat biking is allowed parallel to the ski trail. Please stay off the groomed portion of the ski trail.