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Hikers, mountain bikers and cross-country skiers are welcome on scenic Madeline Trail.

The Madeline Trail has a variety of scenery as it winds around three lakes and through different types of terrain. It has a few rolling hills. Most of the trail follows old logging roads along a surface of grass and dirt. The effort level is easy to moderate.

Madeline Trail is groomed and tracked in winter for cross-country skiing. This is an excellent trail for all class of skiers. There is a shelter located on the trail with a fire ring.

Mountain bikers are welcome. Leashed pets are allowed on Madeline Trail only when there is no snow on the ground.

Directions: From Woodruff, WI, Travel Hwy. 47 southeast for 2 miles. Turn left on County J and proceed 1 mile. Turn left onto Rudolph Road and go 1.75 miles to trailhead.

Distance: 16.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

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Northern Highland / American Legion SF, Wisconsin

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