An alternative way to access Hub H from Hub F, this traditional singletrack takes in some of the best views from Bethel Lake, if you can take your eyes off the rocks and roots.
These trails provide challenging riding with steep slopes, obstacles, narrow trail, bermed turns, large rollers, jumps and other terrain variations.
Building off Nighthawk this descending trail gives you flowy features to practice getting air and ripping berms before you graduate to Blue Jay on the big hill.
Between all the jumps of Blue Jay and Lucky 13 we snuck in this pump-and-bump descent to give riders one more way to boogie down.
This trail climbs to the top of Hub O where you have the option to turn around or flow down Cats Meow.
This flowing descent offers a narrower tread than Blue Jay and tighter features. Expect to get playful as you zip through the trees.
One of the most scenic trails in the whole Northwoods system! This traditional singletrack offers off camber ups and downs as it takes you further into the Northwoods and rolling along Dillon Lake.
With over a dozen platform turns and lots of natural rocks, this traditional singletrack offers the fastest connection to Cedar Glades Park when combined with Lowrey.
This pump-and-bump style trail is a hoot. The features are smaller than Blue Jay but just as fun.
A short singletrack along Bethel Lake and through “Coyote Cove”, this trail offers views, narrower tread, and rocky technical riding. The shortest way from Waterworks Trailhead to Hub F.
Named after a longtime resident below the ridge, this traditional singletrack offers the simplest connection to Cedar Glades Park and lots of natural options along the way.