Forest County

Snowshoeing

Forest County

All public land is open to snowshoeing. There are no snowshoe only trails designated in Forest County but some of the cross-country ski trails allow it. When snowshoeing on a groomed ski trail please stay to the side of, and off the tracked portion of the trail.

 

Trails that allow snowshoes:

 

 Otter Springs - Located 3 miles East of Crandon off Highway 8 on Forest Road 2378. There is a parking area and shelter available. There is a 1.25 mile (2.0 kilometer) loop trail and a 3/4 mile suitable for beginners. The intermediate trail is a 3.0 mile (4.0 kilometer) loop. All trails are groomed and tracked for cross-country skiing.

 Anvil Trail - Located 8.5 miles East of Eagle River on Highway 70. There are 12 miles of groomed loop trails ranging from gentle, rolling and hilly.

 Nicolet North - Located 10.5 miles East of Eagle River to Forest Road 2460, then South on 2060 for 2 miles to the trail head There are 13 miles of groomed trails with several loop opportunities