CAMBA: Cable Cluster

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AVERAGE RATING
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4.25 out of 5
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Beginner
40.0
miles

Singletrack
↑ 4,900 ft
↓ 4,800 ft
1,365
elevation (ft)

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Trail Description
About this trail
Some of the best flow trails in the CAMBA system can be found in the Cable Cluster. Newly completed connectors run to the OO trailhead. Beginner, intermediate, and advanced trails can be found in this cluster.
added by Jeff BarberWorld Champ
Trail Features
Trail features
  • Lift Service
  • Drinking Water
  •   Night Riding
  • Pump Track
  • Restrooms
  • Winter Fat Biking
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System Trails (4)
System Trails (4)
Telemark Terrain Park
Ojibwe Trail
Esker Trail
Telemark traverse
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Reviews (5)
 

Gramcounter

June 11, 2019
addy87 Gramcounter  
 
Review: This is for the Ojibwe trail in the Cable Cluster. Seely Pass flows, Ojibwe does not. I started on the north end TH and went counterclockwise. I think the trail flows better clockwise. This is a rocky, rooty beat fest. There are some flowy sections but they're short and rough. Well maintained and marked well, it's just a rougher trail. Rock, rocks, roots, some rock garden sections and then more rocks. Beautiful trail but it was just a bit more technical than what I wanted the day I rode. I went on a Saturday and it was nearly deserted so not lots of traffic. Getting to the north end TH is a gorgeous drive on fire roads so be prepared for a slow drive there.

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Granny Gear

August 26, 2017
 
Review: Short & fat trail was closed at the the Telemark lodge. Had to ride roads back

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Epic


August 11, 2015
John Fisch Epic  
 
Review: I found this to be a Jekyll and Hyde trail system. The good stuff was great, but the not so good stuff, which was plentiful, was a huge distraction. Other than the Ojibwa trail, the bulk of the system is largely uninteresting. The area has done a great job building trails for everyone (hikers, cyclists, classic and skate skiers, ATVs) into this area, but the various trail types are constantly criss-crossing each other and the frequent double bulldozer width ski trail intersections disrupt the flow and the feeling of remoteness. The trails are exceptionally well marked -- if you're a skier. If you get off the singletrack as a cyclist, you may have some difficulty finding it again. After exploring the area, I was happy just to focus on laps on the Ojibwa trail, which is not as difficult as the black rating given it, but still bobs and weaves through the woods in a wonderful way for most of its length.

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Granny Gear

October 30, 2014
kelsco2 Granny Gear  
 
Review: Multiple trails of varying surfaces ranging from asphalt (few) and gravel roads to wide grassy ski trails and extreme single track. Signage is good but with all the ski trails in the area there can be some confusion. If difficult single track is your cup tea the Ojibwe Trail will make your cup flow over. After a heart pounding climb the Esker Trail gives you a wonderful view on top of the glacial feature. Then descend to scenic views of a lake. Danky Dank Trail ( accessed via the Esker Trail) is new single track that is currently an out and back route. I believe that Danky Dank may be a connector to the Namakagon cluster when completed.
The Cable Cluster is connected with Seeley and Hayward Clusters. This has the potential to put a smile on your face for a minimum of a long weekend to a week or more. From beginner to expert all will enjoy the variety of trails available at the Cable Cluster.

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World Champ


August 7, 2014
 
Review: Fast, flowy, and scenic! Miles and miles of trails to explore with a variety of rolling terrain and a backcountry feel.

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CAMBA: Cable Cluster MTB Trail 4.25 out of 5 based on 5 ratings. 5 user reviews.
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