Drummond Cluster

Drummond, Wisconsin

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The Drummond Trails are the second farthest north of the six CAMBA clusters and are actually tethered to the Delta Trails to the north by doubletrack. The system is served by two trailheads, both located at the center of the cluster in the town of Drummond. The town is known for its logging history, and those not familiar with the timber industry may feel as if they’ve been dropped into another world. The trails departing Drummond Town Park pass through the center of town, and riders have a chance to see the massive logging equipment and piles of timbers strapped to the backs of flat-bed trucks, before the trails head out for wilderness. Much of the riding is done on the paved and gravel roads surrounding the northern portion of the town and outlying areas. Trails departing from Drummond Town Park are primarily paved or gravel. Trails departing from the Drummond Ski Trails parking lot are ridden off-road on double- and singletrack. The trails north of town cover a great deal of distance and are ideal for riders looking for the beauty of this north country. The idea behind these loops is not to turn record-setting times or find hairy technical descents but instead to enjoy the views of wildlife, wildflowers, and deep, dark lakes.
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Mountain Biking Wisconsin

by Colby Thor Waller (Falcon Guides)

The Drummond Trails are the second farthest north of the six CAMBA clusters and are actually tethered to the Delta Trails to the north by doubletrack. The system is served by two trailheads, both located at the center of the cluster in the town of Drummond. The town is known for its logging history, and those not familiar with the timber industry may feel as if they’ve been dropped into another world. The trails departing Drummond Town Park pass through the center of town, and riders have a chance to see the massive logging equipment and piles of timbers strapped to the backs of flat-bed trucks, before the trails head out for wilderness.

Much of the riding is done on the paved and gravel roads surrounding the northern portion of the town and outlying areas. Trails departing from Drummond Town Park are primarily paved or gravel. Trails departing from the Drummond Ski Trails parking lot are ridden off-road on double- and singletrack. The trails north of town cover a great deal of distance and are ideal for riders looking for the beauty of this north country. The idea behind these loops is not to turn record-setting times or find hairy technical descents but instead to enjoy the views of wildlife, wildflowers, and deep, dark lakes.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Drummond
Distance: 75
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Moderate
Season: May through November. The ski trails as always are the domain of the skiers after the first snowfall, and biking is prohibited.
Local Maps: Available at trailheads, or through CAMBA. The CAMBA package includes an area map and five cluster maps.
Driving Directions: Directions to Drummond Cluster

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