(Bonus points if you can pronounce it) This trail system consists of 8 major loops ranging in length from 1to 6 miles and varying in difficulties with many interconnecting loops with construction continuing on new routes. These trails are cut with a cat and designed for x-country skiing and are actually wider than your average forest service road but without any vehicle tracks. Mostly hard clay type surface that can be very slick after a rain. The ï¿½Wolverineï¿½ trail has a mix of hard clay and sand. Most trails have winding climbs and down hills all surrounded by thick forest. There are more trails and the area is bigger than the map/trail sign p***osted. As a distance perspective starting near the school (bottom of the map), I rode the ï¿½Bearï¿½ loop and it measured a little more than 4 miles.
This is a great practice/ workout ride area close to town without the pavement or road traffic of other trails in the area.