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Level: Intermediate
Length: 10 mi (16.1 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Network
Elevation: +371/ -376 ft
Total: 35 riders

Mountain Biking Mt Ashwabay Singletrack

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#11 of 386 mountain bike trails in Wisconsin
#566 in the world

Intermediate technical with 1 mile out and return section and then multiple loop options of one-direction singletrack.

First added by alvin.santoy on Jun 5, 2014. Last updated May 10, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
  • Drinking water: unknown
  • Lift service: unknown
  • Night riding: unknown
  • Pump track: unknown
  • Restrooms: unknown
  • Fat bike grooming: unknown
  • E-bikes allowed: unknown
  • Fee required: unknown
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Getting there
The trailhead is on the South (left hand side) of the road BEFORE the main gate, directly across from Sugarbush Road.
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  • jasfoto

    Fun, challenging trail system. The Blue trails are upper end blue in my opinion. Fun, but a little more challenging than your usual blue trail. Lots of rock features that will pop up in the trail. Not as flowy as I thought it would be. Definitely some climbing too and yes, a bit sandy in spots. Totally worth going a little out of your way to ride. Views at the top are really great. Ashwabay is a nice addition to the CAMBA system. Diesel Bear and Dirt Lip run through a beautiful section of forest, really amazing.

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  • blarson

    Fun, flowy trail with areas of rocks and technical sections. It deserves a higher rating, but there was a lot of sand at the base of each descent. My new favorite set of trails in the CAMBA system.

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  • Reet_TripOutside.com

    The most FUN trail system we have ridden in WI area. We are traveling the country riding all the IMBA EPICs and this was an absolute BLAST of a trail. The new trails are completed, hooten hollow was my all time fav.

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  • Mackinab

    This is a great opportunity for people who are looking for a shorter ride.
    The trail provides excellent climbing. As with all the CAMBA trails signage is excellent. You have numerous options and a couple of amazing overlooks. The sand base dries out quickly.
    A great ride overall. We just left the cabin in Bayfield and 2 miles later you are in the singletrack.
    Make sure that you have time to explore the town and Chow down at Maggie's

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  • minerm

    Awesome trails, my new favorite. Trogdor and hoot n holler have some punchy climbs, but the downhills make it all worth it. Beautiful scenery throughout and amazing view from the top.

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  • mmoravec

    This is an awesome section of CAMBA. Well marked & trail maps provided. There are two trail heads; off of ski hill road and one off of whiting road. This is a well maintained trail system. Every Monday night in the summer a volunteer group of trail builders expands trails & adds fun new little features to existing trails. (I am local, and I LOVE This system. so flow-y!)
    Both trail heads are appropriate to take new riders on. From there blue(ish) trails lead up to "trogdor" which is the parks really only black(ish) trail. It is probably black because of the climb that includes a few tight switchbacks. not really technical.
    All riders will love the well maintained beautiful trails!

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  • dgw2jr

    My new favorite! I didn't think anything could beat Cuyuna but Mount Ashwabay has done it. Big climbs, long rewarding downhills, awesome scenery. Definitely CAMBA's new crown jewel.

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  • HaydMastaFlex

    I spent two days exploring these trails while visiting the apostle islands and was nothing but impressed. There are a diverse set of trails for entry level to advanced riders. Starting at the main trailhead will put you right into a two-way single track with multiple berms and a boulder section all on a consistent but manageable climb. Once you reach the top, the trails are very well marked and are extremely well maintained. You will go fast, go slow, go up hill, go downhill and definitely at some point be challenged. Most climbs will be followed by rewarding downhill. The only thing greater than fast and flowy changing terrain are the beautiful views. This is no doubt of my favorite trail systems.

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  • mceligot

    This is a great trail. They've done a great job of crafting single track. It is well maintained with lots of whoops and banked turns. There's good erosion control along with drainage that keeps it from getting muddy. It's among the best Midwest trails I've ridden.

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  • Wynterlily

    Great trail. Fun ride. Wish it were longer!!!

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