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Two lifts service multiple trails ranging from beginner to expert rated.
Fricken awesome! So much fun.
This trail is awesome! it was my first experience with downhill mtn biking. i went on a hike a bike day, so it was a lot of walking up the hill as it gets pretty steep towards the top. superbly maintained! definitely the number one bike park in the midwest for a reason! cant wait to go on a day where the lift is open
Great bike park considering there are no mountains here. Well maintained, but only opened around 10 times a year. Lots of different features for all skills. You can tell the people who volunteer here really take pride in this park.
These trails are very probably the best downhill trails I've seen in Wisconsin. It is really smooth and flowey and the jumps are really nice. Fair warningThe lines are fairly long when the ski lift is going. Also they don't really have a good intermediate part they have beginer trails but then it just goes to really hard not much in-between the two.
The Midwest needed a place like Little Switz. the trails are maintained flawlessly and the crew is great. the runs are alittle short but that's just Wisconsin elevation. my only complaint is that it isn't open more often!
Really great DH for Wisconsin. This trail wasn't voted the best bike park in the Midwest for nothing! The Sesame Street trail is is great warm up, filled with tight, banked turns and optional drops and jumps for the adventurous types out there. Mainline to Cliffhanger is my favorite combination there. Mainline is technical and seriously exposed. Once you meet the junction you can turn left down a host of black diamond jump lines or right onto cliffhanger. Cliffhanger is a raised wooden path surrounded tightly by trees. Don't fall off! All superbly built trails. If you're a DH rider, this is a must do. My one warning is that when it is dusty, it is very hard to ride the trails because a thin top layer of sand creates the illusion of more traction than there actually is.
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