Best Cross-Country Skiing in Wisconsin

This list represents the most popular cross-country skiing in Wisconsin. Use this list to plan your next Wisconsin cross-country skiing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

You’ll experience a variety of scenery, from rolling glacial hills to vast marshes to ...
The Military Ridge State Trail affords beautiful views from the ridgetop, passes through ...
The Meadow Trail will not take you to the top, but two other trails — the 5.8-mile Kettle ...
Want to visit New England, Germany, Norway, Denmark, and Finland all in the same day? ...
The ski trails that snake through 4,755-acre Nine Mile Forest have grown and steadily ...
Across the channel from the trailhead warming shelter, Sturgeon Bay’s shipyards lie frozen ...
Want to join a 90-year-old ski club? For about the equivalent of a downhill ski ticket ...
Single track mountain biking came to Cam-Rock Park recently in the form of a gnarly (bike-speak), ...
Cam-Rock 2 is a short and sweet trail set between two picturesque small towns. The common ...
Every part of this easy ski or snowshoe trek is filled with a sense of adventure, even ...
The Birkebeiner is one big, wide, tough trail. One day a year this roomy, two-way trail ...
Winter Park is one of Wisconsin’s all-time favorite cross-country ski destinations. It ...
Like the village, the trails have their own unique character. A deep, sheltering forest ...
Lake Winnebago can be a beautiful and foreboding place in winter. The view of the huge ...
The trail to the falls rolls through a dense forest of hemlock, sugar maple, and birch. ...
Hiking around Wolf Lake, the centerpiece of Bong State Recreation Area, offers a pleasantly ...
Donna and Don Justin seem to be on a mission. On their western Wisconsin farm they are ...
When it comes to steep ups and downs, trails don’t come any tougher than the ridge loops ...
You may think 1,951 feet of elevation seems a bit threatening. That’s the height of Timms ...
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