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Fourteen miles of easy to challenging trail course through a series of six paths.

Located between Highways 70 and W, the Flambeau Hills Trail is a network of multi-use trails for the novice and advanced recreations. Featuring frequent views of the Flambeau River, the trail begins along Highway W twisting and turning through a series of separate wide pathways ranging from an easy 1.1-mile hike to a difficult 0.6-mile adventure. The northern most path within this network is Snuss Trail, an easy 4.6 mile route connecting to the Oxbo Trail. A backpacking shelter is located approximately 2.5 miles north of the trailhead parking where visitors will find ample lot space and restrooms. No user fee.

Directions: From Winter, WI, Take Hwy. W east about 16 miles to reach trailhead parking on north side of highway.

Elevation: 1,300 feet

Distance: 14 miles

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

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Flambeau River State Forest, Wisconsin

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