Minocqua Area Hiking and Biking

The northwoods of Wisconsin offers many breathtaking trails to hike or bike. Rent a bike from BJ's Sportshop or bring your own. The scenic trails of Minocqua are home to eagles, osprey, deer, raccoons, and other wildlife.

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Biking in Minoqua Wisconsin

Chequamegon Adventure Company
Bike the Northwoods:
Bike rentals available.
Wednesday Ice Cream Social Ride:
Free bike rentals available.
Area trail within 30 miles. Novice to Advanced skill levels

433 East Chicago Ave.
Minocqua, WI 54548
715-356-1618
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Minocqua's Schlect Lake Trails
Hike:
Located out the back door of The Waters of Minocqua, this state forest has six miles of trails that go through 80 acres of rolling hills and around a 25 acre lake.

 

Bearskin State Trail
Hike or Bike:
Trail starts in downtown Minocqua.
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North Lakeland
Discovery Center
Hike, Bike, or Cross Country Ski:
20 km of trails
The Center also offers a diversity of experiential learning opportunities.

Manitowish Waters, WI
877-543-2085
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BJ's Sportshop
Rent a bike:

917 Hwy 51 North
Minocqua, WI 54548
715-356-3900
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Northwoods Waterfalls
Scenic waterfalls 60 miles north of Minocqua. View 10 different falls:
Foster Falls: The 10th highest waterfall in WI and drops 25 feet into the Potato River.
Gile Falls: A walking trail connects a snowmobile bridge crossing the top of this waterfall, with a scenic overlook near the road. Gile Falls drops about 15 feet into the West Fork of the Montreal River.
Kimball Falls: Enjoy the picnic area and rustic pavilion in the park on the Montreal River.
Peterson Falls: The 7th highest waterfall in WI, these picturesque falls drop 35 feet into the Montreal River. This is a remote location requiring hiking with map and compass.
Potato River Falls: The 4th tallest waterfall in WI, this fall is one of the highest and most picturesque in Iron County.
Saxon Falls: The 5th highest waterfall in WI, it is upstream from Superior Falls on the Montreal River.
Spring Camp Falls: This fall drops 20 feet into the Montreal River.
Superior Falls: The 3rd highest waterfall in WI, this fall drops 90 feet into the Montreal River near its mouth on Lake Superior.
Upson Falls:This small waterfall is a delight. Picnic area, pavilion, camping and children's play area are all available.
Wren Falls: The falls drop 15 feet into the Tyler Forks. Fishing is available.

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