Wolverine Singletrack Professional Review and Guide
"Nestled a few miles outside the old mining community of Ironwood is a stretch of singletrack that will leave you dazzled by its difficulty. Twisting around young maple trees on trails so tight that hooking a handlebar is a real fear, the Rock and a Hard Place Singletrack has every obstacle imaginable. Developed during the summer of 1999, the trail is part of the Wolverine Nordic Trails and maintained by the Wolverine Ski Club and Tuesday Night Fat Tire Club.
The Schnake Trail, the other singletrack trail in this route, is a roller coaster ride with challenges of its own, but the well-marked Wolverine Nordic Trails are not just about getting pounded by singletrack. Views of forest, brightly colored with splashes of red and orange during autumn, greet you as you climb up the ski slopes of the Big Powderhorn Ski Area. Tread: 3.7 miles of singletrack, 5.1 miles of wide, grassy trail."