Bayfield, WI Welcomes New Groomed Trails at Mt Ashwabay

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Mt Ashwaby is a Nordic Center in the far reaches of Northern Wisconsin that has roots going all the way back to 1948. In 2002 they restructured to a non-profit community organization. Now, 14 years later, Mt Ashwabay is introducing 7 miles of groomed fat-bike trails to the fun!

Typical to many groomed snow trail systems tires need to be 3.7″ or wider and run at 10PSI or less.


Being a non-profit, community driven trail system Mt Ashwabay relies on donated equipment and volunteer labor whenever possible. If you are in the area and can help out give them a shout at (715)779-3227!




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The Specifics:

Trail Network – 7 miles round trip

Grooming Styles – Majority 2′ wide single track with 0.7 miles of 10′ wide multi-use trails.

Trail Ratings – Moderate to Advanced with hills and tight turns.

Fee – The Mt Ashwabay 2015/2016 Season Ski Passes include the usage of the Fat Bike Trail while there is a $5.00 daily trail fee for Non-Passholders.

You can learn more at the Mt Ashwabay Fat-bike page on their website.


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  1. More groomed fat goodness thanks to non profit volunteers! Hope to see more headlines like this.

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