Timms Hill Park Green Trail

Ogema, Wisconsin

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You may think 1,951 feet of elevation seems a bit threatening. That’s the height of Timms Hill, the highest point in Wisconsin. What makes it an attainable adventure is that the hill’s actual elevation above the level of Bass Lake is only 160 feet. You can get bragging rights for having been to the high point without too much strain. Surface quality: Groomed, single tracked, skate lane. It’s easy to see what’s ahead as you look north from the Catch a Dream Lodge. Across Bass Lake, fire and observation towers rise above thickly wooded Timms Hill. Everything seems so idyllic. There are no crowds, which is part of the appeal of staying at this beautiful little resort.
Winter Trails: Wisconsin

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Winter Trails: Wisconsin

by Phil Van Valkenberg (The Globe Pequot Press)

You may think 1,951 feet of elevation seems a bit threatening. That’s the height of Timms Hill, the highest point in Wisconsin. What makes it an attainable adventure is that the hill’s actual elevation above the level of Bass Lake is only 160 feet. You can get bragging rights for having been to the high point without too much strain. Surface quality: Groomed, single tracked, skate lane.

It’s easy to see what’s ahead as you look north from the
Catch a Dream Lodge. Across Bass Lake, fire and observation
towers rise above thickly wooded Timms Hill. Everything seems so idyllic. There are no crowds, which is part of the appeal of staying at this beautiful little resort.

©  Phil Van Valkenberg/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Snowshoeing
Nearby City: Ogema
Distance: 2.9
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Difficult
Duration: Day use
Trailhead Elevation: 1,800 feet
Top Elevation: feet
Driving Directions: Directions to Timms Hill Park Green Trail

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