Ski Trails

Gartzke Flowage Cross-Country Ski Trail:
This trail, located east of Antigo, is 5.5 miles in length and designed for all ability levels. The area has a diverse topography with high ridges and plateaus that drop sharply into the flowage basin. The trail travels through several timber types and along the flowage making this a very scenic trail. Facilities include a parking area, restrooms, and a warming shelter.

Gartzke Flowage hiking cross country snowshoe trail

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Jack Lake Cross-Country Ski Trail:
This trail, which is part of Veterans Memorial Park, offers more distance with nearly 20 miles of groomed trails. The terrain is gently rolling and travels through primarily northern hardwood and aspen forest types. Facilities include a parking area, restrooms, and a warming shelter.

Jack Lake ski trails

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Kettlebowl Cross-Country Ski Trail:
This trail, which is located northeast of Antigo at the Kettlebowl Downhill Ski Area, is 2.7 miles in length. The topography includes high ridges and rolling hills. The first part of the trail is a gradual climb followed by a loop along the Ice Age Trail and is highlighted at the end by an exciting downhill run. Facilities include a parking area, restrooms and a warming shelter with concessions.

Kettlebowl cross-country ski trails

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Maranatha Cross-Country Ski Trail:
This privately groomed trail system is four miles north of Langlade. Nine clearly marked trail loops encompass 6.7 miles of beautiful wooded scenery in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. The trail ranges from beginner to expert levels. Parking is available at either end of the trailhead on Sawyer Lake Road or at Silver Birch Ranch. One of the trails crosses Sawyer Lake, so please use caution while skiing.

Maranatha ski trails

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Moccasin Lake Cross-Country Ski Trail:
This trail, located west of Elcho, is 5.5 miles in length and is designed for all abilities. The ski trail oversees two river basins; the Prairie flowing west, and the Hunting flowing east. The trail weaves its course through changing scenery dominated by maple, birch, pine and hemlock. Facilities include a parking area, restrooms, and warming shelter.

Moccasin Lake ski trails

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Springbrook Cross-Country Ski Trail:
Enjoy two scenic miles of the Springbrook Cross-Country Ski Trail. The trail is located in the Antigo city limits, at the north end of Virginia Street, off Byrne Road, or from Badger Avenue. The trail, including an 18 foot boardwalk, provides skiers with a wide variety of scenery. Please obey the City of Antigo park policies & city ordinances while using the trail. This trail is a great option for a quick ski outing that is close to home.

Antigo cross-country ski trail

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Kettlebowl Ski Area:
The Kettlebowl Area also offers an excellent, publicly owned downhill facility providing great slope skiing for the entire family. Whether you enjoy skiing or snowboarding you will find it here. The slopes are machine-groomed and open for skiing every weekend during daylight hours. The facility includes a tow rope, concessions, and a chalet featuring restrooms, and a large warming area with a fabulous view of the slope.Now you can rent equipment at Kettlebowl Ski Area! Snowboards, cross-country skis, and skis are available. Children 9 and under can rent equipment for $15 a day, and for adults it is $20. For more information about the equipment availability, call (715) 623-4300.

 

Trails in Langlade County