Musky Cruise

Eagle River, Wisconsin

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Blessed with the largest concentration of freshwater lakes in the world—and a large population of eagles—the roads in this area make it a wonderful place to enjoy cycling. This cruise leaves from a town with the same name as the river and follows its banks to the southwest. After crossing the Eagle River before it flows into the Wisconsin River, travel up to the Otto Hydro Dam for a self-guided tour. A couple more miles along the river and the route turns north, up past Snipe Lake Park. Enjoy the twists and turns on the undulating Musky Road.
Road Biking Wisconsin

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Road Biking Wisconsin

by M. Russ Lowthian (Falcon Guides)

Blessed with the largest concentration of freshwater lakes in the world—and a large population of eagles—the roads in this area make it a wonderful place to enjoy cycling. This cruise leaves from a town with the same name as the river and follows its banks to the southwest.

After crossing the Eagle River before it flows into the Wisconsin River, travel up to the Otto Hydro Dam for a self-guided tour. A couple more miles along the river and the route turns north, up past Snipe Lake Park. Enjoy the twists and turns on the undulating Musky Road.

©  M. Russ Lowthian/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Eagle River
Distance: 48
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Spring through fall
Local Contacts: Eagle River Area Chamber and Visitor Center; Three Eagle Trail Foundation
Local Maps: DeLorme: Wisconsin Atlas and Gazetteer: Page 89 A6.
Driving Directions: Directions to Musky Cruise

Recent Trail Reviews

7/1/2011
0

Great ride. From Sayner back to Eagle River is awesome: good rollers and really pretty. On the first part of the ride, I suggest skipping the 7 miles on hwy 70 and heading out of town on CR/G instead.



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