Discover a winter wonderland

Traverse a snowy wilderness on area trails

Fresh snow creates a sparkling playground for winter adventures in the Rhinelander Area—all you have to do is strap on your snowshoes and explore. Here’s a quick trail guide.

Snowshoeing is a great way to get active in the winter: It’s fun, it burns calories, and the snow-covered scenery can’t be beat. The Rhinelander Area offers several trails to explore in the winter—just add snow.

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Tromp through the snow on these trails

  • Almon Park Trail

    This short, 2.25-mile trail features beginner and intermediate terrain, and allows users to explore wetlands and views of Buck Lake. Located five miles…

  • CAVOC Trails

    Five miles of challenging trails run through the forest in loops of varying lengths. Located off South Shore Drive near Holiday Acres Resort….

  • Enterprise County Trail

    Located eight miles south of Highway 8 on County Highway G, this scenic seven-mile trail offers great birding and wildlife viewing. During winter,…

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