SILENT SPORTS

Bike some of the most beautiful bike trails in the Northwoods! Vilas County is an outstanding bicycling destination, featuring an extensive system of paved bike trails that allow you to ride throughout the county. Mountain bikers can choose from dozens of exciting woodland trails, including some dedicated single-track mountain bike trails. Touring cyclists will love Vilas County’s quiet roadways, which wind through breathtaking pine forests and are ideal for road bikes. Vilas County’s long list of bicycling trails includes federal, state, county and service group trails.

Quiet hikers have a chance to see the area’s many white-tailed deer and other woodland creatures. With over 240,000 acres of public land, Vilas County is one of the best places in Wisconsin for experiencing nature at its finest.

For winter silent sport enthusiasts, several cross country ski trails make for a heart healthy day of outdoor activity. Or try blazing a snowshoe trail to discover deep woods beauty and serenity.

winter WEATHER SILENT SPORTS

Cross Country Skiing, Snowshoeing and More!

Eagle River believes in all four seasons. That’s why the area’s miles of trails used for summer fun like hiking can be used for silent sports like cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.Fresh powder on the trails is like a first snow.

Eagle River Part of Fat Tire Biking Trend

Bicycles aren’t just for summer anymore. Fat tire bicycles have spun into the national spotlight as a new winter trail sport.In Eagle River, we welcome fat tire bikers to explore the hundreds of miles of snow-covered trails in the area.

WARM WEATHER SILENT SPORTS

Ah, summertime. The woods are dense with foliage, the trees alive with birds and the lakes fully thawed and teeming with fish. It’s hard not to hear the call of Eagle River, particularly if you are a silent sports enthusiast. Whether you prefer hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking or even…

Trails Open For Hiking and Biking

Walking or biking the same trail over and over and over can get dull. Just like the colors of leaves in the trees, it’s time to change it up this fall. With nearly 80 miles of trails in the Eagle River area, there’s new ground to cover.

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