Seeley Cluster

Seeley, Wisconsin

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The Seeley Cluster is the second stop on the road north into the CAMBA network. The trails here are tethered to the Hayward Cluster to the south and the Cable Cluster to the north by the Birkie Trail and Phipps Firelane. Those more zealous in their endeavors can bike all three connected networks without need of auto transportation in between. An entire day can easily be spent riding through the ridges and valleys surrounding the glacier-carved lakes of this north woods area. Taking a breather by one of the many lakes can be detrimental to the afternoon's ride however, as it is easy to be drawn into the silence and scenery of the surrounding land and the pleasant slumber that often follows. Elevation Change: The majority of the riding is done over rolling glaciated terrain, with climbs ranging from 20 to 40 feet each. The Fire Tower Trail, however, has a nasty climb to the top of the bluff which covers a good 150 feet of elevation at a sharp incline. The only thing that makes the extra effort of getting to the top worthwhile is the view... and the thrilling descent to follow... and the endorphins. When you really look at it, you come out way ahead for making the trek to the top.
Mountain Biking Wisconsin

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Mountain Biking Wisconsin

by Colby Thor Waller (Falcon Guides)

The Seeley Cluster is the second stop on the road north into the CAMBA network. The trails here are tethered to the Hayward Cluster to the south and the Cable Cluster to the north by the Birkie Trail and Phipps Firelane. Those more zealous in their endeavors can bike all three connected networks without need of auto transportation in between. An entire day can easily be spent riding through the ridges and valleys surrounding the glacier-carved lakes of this north woods area. Taking a breather by one of the many lakes can be detrimental to the afternoon's ride however, as it is easy to be drawn into the silence and scenery of the surrounding land and the pleasant slumber that often follows.

Elevation Change: The majority of the riding is done over rolling glaciated terrain, with climbs ranging from 20 to 40 feet each. The Fire Tower Trail, however, has a nasty climb to the top of the bluff which covers a good 150 feet of elevation at a sharp incline. The only thing that makes the extra effort of getting to the top worthwhile is the view... and the thrilling descent to follow... and the endorphins. When you really look at it, you come out way ahead for making the trek to the top.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Seeley
Distance: 50
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: May to November. Fall is the most beautiful time of year to be here. Summer can sometimes be quite muggy and spring a little wet, but with the diverse mix of trails, there is something to ride in any season. In winter the trails area is used by skiers and is closed to bikers.
Local Maps: Available at trailheads, or through CAMBA. The CAMBA package includes an area map and five cluster maps.
Driving Directions: Directions to Seeley Cluster

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