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Whether you're an avid biker or just looking for a day of fun and recreation, is the place to plan your adventure. With 7 first-class trails to choose from, the region offers over 150 miles of outdoor enjoyment for cyclists of all ages. Before hitting the trails, be sure to browse the site to learn more about the dozens of local communities and businesses to welcome you along the way, whether you're stopping or just passing through. Thanks for visiting and see you on the trails!

State Trail Passes...

Bicyclists, aged 16 and older, are required to carry trail passes on state trails April 1st through the end of the season. The state bike trails open May 1. Passes are not required for hikers. The annual passes are honored at all Wisconsin state trails. The daily pass is only honored on the day it is marked.

Daily Fee: $4.00
Annual Fee: $20.00*

*annual passes good through end of year

Trail passes are sold by various businesses along the trail. A list of these businesses is posted at the trail in each community. Please patronize these businesses and purchase a trail pass before riding the trail. The passes must be carried with the bicyclist when riding on the trail. It is best if the passes are visible at the front of the bike. The annual pass is tied to the handle bar and can be removed when not riding on the trail. The daily pass is designed to be attached around a brake cable or handle bar.

The State Bike Trails will be open May 1st. Please browse through this brochure for Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts, Campgrounds and all your favorite Food & Beverages. We invite young & old. It will be an experience you will never forget. See you on the trail!

Driver Service Available...

Bring two sets of car keys (if possible) to the trail headquarters in Kendall. Ask for a driver to take you in YOUR vehicle to the area where you wish to begin your bike trip. Driver will return your vehicle where it will be waiting for you. Drivers are available for a nominal fee. For reservations call (608) 463-7109, trail headquarters.


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Elroy-Sparta State Park
La Crosse River State Trail
Foundation Trail
Great River State Trail
Halfway Creek Trail
Root River State Trail
400 Wisconsin State Trail
Omaha Trail
Pine River Recreation
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