Levis Mounds

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19
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Singletrack
↑ 1,800 ft
↓ 2,100 ft
700
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Trail Description
About this trail
IMBA epic ride. Many trails to choose from. Goat dance, cliff**er, switchback, and toad road are all good. Easier singletrack around base of mounds and moderate to very difficult up and down the mounds. Rocks, sand, and roots will challenge any rider on the climbs. There is also a trailhead building with bathrooms and maps of all the trails. NASTI has done a great job marking trails and I hear there are new ones in the works. Bottom line: You won't be disapointed.
added by tjkapankeBunny Hop October 26, 2006
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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Q: What are trail conditions in September ? -Herchis27

A: Absolutely amazing. Went right after Labor Day 2 years ago and there was maybe one other group plus a few hikers all day.

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System Trails (44)
System Trails (44)
Snodgrass
The Rock Xc Ski Trail
Warm Up Xc Ski Trail
Lucy's Loop
Warm Up Singletrack
Rgs Trail
Select Cut
West Levis Xc Trail
Root Route
Sidewinder
East Levis Xc Trail
Dump Singletrack
Jackrabbit Draw Xc Ski Trail
Bad Bear
Test Track
Pine Run
Levis Loppet
Trow Trail
Pile Driver
Oak Island
Flat Lander
Moundbounder
Koch's Cooker / Sardine Hill
Clarence / Top-of-the-mound Trails
Porky Point
Upper Glen
Lower Glen
Swamp Cut
Dead Turkey
Upper Hermosa
Lower Hermosa
Corkscrew
Northface
Cliffhanger
Switchback
Toad Road
Fox Hole Hill
Yellow Jacket
Buck Hill
Secret Trail
Goat Dance
Fisher Ave. / Rouse Rd. / Gorman Ave.
Atv Trail
Hermosa
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Reviews (49)
 

Bunny Hop


November 23, 2016
Cyclosaur Bunny Hop  
 
Review: My favorite trail so far. Trail can get a little hairy on the downhills, but I handled it just fine on my hardtail. Lots of good adrenaline on this trail, you'll feel very accomplished when done. The views from the top of the mounds are breathtaking. Beware of sand!

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Gnarly


October 20, 2016
jasfoto Gnarly  
 
Review: These are some serious old school trails. Fun but you have to earn them. Highly recommend wider tires and full suspension. Trails are very rooty and sandy. Wouldn't consider them to be very flowy at all. Once up on the mound the scenery is amazing and totally worth the trip from Minneapolis for the day. Trails don't seem to always match up with the maps posted along the trails. Might be out of date and need to be replaced. We got turned around a few times. All in all it was a fun trail system, but it did beat us up a bit. We will be back.

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Bunny Hop

August 7, 2016
 
Review: These trails are legit, not so good for a family trip unless your hiking. This is a great trail for riders to gain bike control, endurance and many more aspects

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Granny Gear

July 31, 2016
 
Review: I was just looking at new or different trails to ride in Wisconsin and noticed that like 10 of the top trails in Wisconsin are really all here at Levis Mound. If the location says Neillsville, (sp.) then it's really Levis Mound. They are not separate trails. Upper Hermosa, North Face, Toad Road etc. are ALL part of Levis Mound. It's a great place to go mountain biking but Singletracks needs to know that what many are calling different trails are really all just part of the Levis network.

Similar Trail: Kettle Moraine North at Greenbush sort of.

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Bunny Hop


May 27, 2016
 
Review: This is my favorite trail in southern Wisconsin. There's plenty of mileage and range of difficulty to keep you having fun for a full weekend. I can't get enough of it. Personal favorite sections are upper and lower hermosa

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Bunny Hop

October 15, 2015
koreytm Bunny Hop  
 
Review: First time here and I was impressed! Lots of trail, good condition, flowed pretty well. Nice mix of technical, rocky, rooty sections and fast, smooth, fun sections. Fairly sandy, but not too bad. Can't wait to come back!

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Granny Gear

August 25, 2015
j-rhino Granny Gear  
 
Review: Amazing trails, great climbs, all around awesome trail!

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Granny Gear

July 23, 2015
 
Review: I spent couple days riding around on all the trails and repeating most. Lots of rocks, roots and sand. Climbs were not to intense but plenty of up and down. Signage and maps were well posted through out the trail system. Had something for any level of rider. Flat wide trails, single track narrow on hill sides. I had a blast, not much there for any jumping. I put around 30 miles in 2 days. Well worth the drive there (3 hours for me). Only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is i didn't care for the sand in my drive components and if you don't have a WI trail pass it will cost you $5 a day. If you go make sure you go to the northern part of the trail system too. Excellent views, good climbs and a couple of down hills. Will go back someday.

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Gramcounter


June 19, 2015
BB1963 Gramcounter  
 
Review: This is a challenging and well managed trail system that has a little bit for everyone . There is a fun little obstacle course with bridges and teeter-totters near the trail head, and plenty of easy to intermediate single tracks through the hilly forests surrounding the mounds. For the rider who wants a better challenge, there are some very technical cliff hangers complete with narrow bridges across gaps in the limestone cliffs, steep rocky climbs, and fast descents. The trails are very clearly marked and allow two way travel through most of the system, with one trail that is single direction only. As an intermediate rider, I was able to make it through nearly all of the trails without having to walk the bike, but I did end up getting out of the saddle for a few of the hairiest spots. I brought a full suspension mountain bike as well as a fat bike , and had a lot of fun on both. The area also attracts a lot of ATV riders for those of you who might like to give that a try, and there are some very nice campgrounds and lakes if you want to dip a few few worms after your ride.

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Bunny Hop

February 9, 2015
 
Review: The best trail in Wisconsin I have rode so far. It has something for everyone including true advanced areas.

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Levis Mounds MTB Trail 4.41 out of 5 based on 49 ratings. 49 user reviews.
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