The Mukwonago Ski Trail is manged for both skate and classic
technique cross country skiing.
During the winter, updates on the condition of this
trail can be found at the Cross
Country Ski Report.
Trail Length: Loops of 2.3 Km, 4.4 Km, 7.5
Km, and 13.6 Km.
What to Expect: The Mukwonago Ski Trail flows
easily over rolling to hilly terrain. Beginner and novice skiers
do well on the 2.3 and 4.4 Km loops. The longer loops are better
suited for itermediate skiers. The uphills are located on moderate
slopes making the trail easy to ski. The 13.6 Km loop has several
long down hills - the longest being hearly one half kilometer.
In the winter, when snow conditions permit, the trail is groomeda
bout 12 feet wide and classic ski tracks are set on one side.
The trail passes through an oak and white pine forest. Several
small lakes and ponds are located within view of the ski trail.
Trailhead (Parking Fee):
From State Highway 63 in Hayward, Drive 5.8 miles east
on State Highway 77. The parking lot is located on the right (south)
side of the road just past the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest
From Clam Lake, Drive west on State Highway 77 14.5 miles
to the trail.
MUKWONAGO SKI TRAIL MAP