The Cable Area is known for having the ‘best trails in the U.S.’ Located in the heart of the 850,000 acre Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest the Cable Area is the mecca for all things trail related. Hiking, mountain bike, ATV, snowmobile, snowshoe and cross country ski trails create an intertwining trail system that is simply awe-inspiring. What makes our trail system truly unique? While many of these trails intersect at some point with another trail, having nearly 1 million acres to play on allows you the freedom to explore at your own pace. Whether riding a snowmobile in January or a bike in June, the scenery is extraordinary and you will swear you are the first person to ever discover this amazing forest.
The American Hiking Society named the Cable Area “Charter Trail Town USA”
Cited by CNN.com Travel: “Top 5 Best Places to Hit The Horizontal Slopes”
The Cable Area boasts the largest community-wide multi-use trail system in the United States.
Current Trail Status
1200 Miles Snowmobile Trails
94 Miles Cross Country Ski Trails
400+ Miles Mountain Bike Trails
150+ Miles ATV/UTV Trails
125 Miles Hiking/Snowshoe Trails
The Cable Area Chamber of Commerce has worked in partnership with local volunteers and CAMBA to build the Cable Classic Trail. This connector trail allows riders to travel between the Namakagon Cluster and the Cable Cluster, both popular trail systems, while remaining off town roads. The Cable Area has the ‘Best Trails in the U.S’ and we are adding to those trails all the time.
This extraordinary trail system is supported by thousands of volunteers and some amazing local clubs & organizations.
CHEQUAMEGON AREA MOUNTAIN BIKE ASSOCIATION
GREAT DIVIDE RIDERS
NAMAKAGON TRAIL GROOMERS
NORTH END SKI CLUB
AMERICAN BIRKEBEINER SKI FOUNDATION