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Level: Intermediate
Length: 6 mi (9.7 km)
Surface: Singletrack
Configuration: Out & Back
Elevation: +364/351 ft
Total: 29 riders
 

Mountain Biking Seeley Pass Trail

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#42 of 381 mountain bike trails in Wisconsin
#1282 in the world

Machine cut flow trail that connects the Seeley cluster to the Cable cluster. Don't miss the Gravity Cavity!

Before you go
  • No Drinking water 
  • No E-bikes permitted 
  • Fat biking allowed in winter 
  • No Fee required 
  • No Lift service 
  • No Night riding allowed 
  • No Pump track 
  • No Restrooms 
Getting there
Start from the OO trailhead off Hwy OO 3.5 miles east of Seeley.
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Ed Kreis (on Aug 16, 2019)
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  • Bobzer68
    ****

    Great trail to ride. Flow Mamma is awesome. Make sure to do gravity cavity. Fun little section. The track is an out and back so be careful on some of the blind curves.

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  • TK34
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    3 stars, but I try to be stingy with the 5 stars and please read these comments. When you include FlowMama section, this is my favorite flow trail in CAMBA. The 3 optional off-shoot sections are a blast. I would rate this 4 stars (which puts it on par with Duluth or Twin Cities trails), but I prefer a one-direction loop trail rather than this kind of both direction out-and-back. If there was a 15-20 mile loop, I wouldn't hesitate to go 4 stars.

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  • jasfoto
    *****

    Wonderful trail. Rode from the OO trail head north up to the Gravity Cavity and back. It was a little wet out but the trail was in great shape. Signage was good. Trail had some good climbs to make you work a bit and some fun, flowy sections. Fairly rocky trail surface but nothing a beginner couldn't handle or ride around.

    CAMBA does a great job on their trails!

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  • Mark Larson
    *****

    This trail is as close to perfection as you will find in Wisconsin. It's a mix between flow trail and traditional XC singletrack. Decent amounts of climbing but nothing steep or difficult and the climbing is mostly fun. Trail is as hard as you make it and push yourself, safe for newer riders but challenging for experienced riders with more speed. It's as well thought-out of a trail as you will find. National forest means epic scenery. Features are plentiful but also optional. Gravity Cavity is so fun and having a quick trail back up for multiple runs is awesome! Great on any bike: hard-tails, fat bikes & squish bikes all have a home on this trail.

    Pros- Flows awesome both directions, well manicured, banked corners, awesome features, gravity cavity. Likely to seldom see another rider.

    Cons: Somewhat hard to get to (riding fire roads, etc), mapping isn't great, two-way trail, mosquitos, no cell phone reception.

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  • Scott Anderson
    *****

    This is the latest offering from CAMBA and really shows their maturity in trail design. This trail joins the Makwa trail to the Ojibwe trail. All told, combined with the southern most Hatchery trail there are approximately 46 miles of 100% contiguous singletrack including 8 mile loops at either end. The Seeley Pass trail is a flow trail with banks and berms to allow for some fast flowing riding. It has two optional gravity sections that really let you get your roller coaster fix. This is Disney Land on Dirt.

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  • basshunter
    *****

    awesome trail, flows, flies, swoops. Leaves you grinning and begging for more.

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