BIKING OUR TRAILS:
- 125 miles of sweet single track, including 75 miles of interconnected trails
- 200 miles of other mapped and marked off-road routes
- 50 miles of groomed winter fat bike trails and routes
- Hundreds of miles of remote, low traffic, scenic gravel riding.
- Tuscobia State Trail is a 74 mile trail open to biking year round (trail is not groomed) 715-266-7032
ROAD BIKING: City of Hayward Bike Trail Length:6 .6 miles, Paved path is slightly sloped, is separated from traffic and has safety signals at road crossing: Parking at Hayward Wesleyan, Fishing Hall of Fame, Hayward H.S, LCO Sevenwinds Casino. Trail Difficulty: Easy
SAWYER COUNTY ROADS-Length: varies. The county roads of Sawyer County offer road-bicycle enthusiast a scenic tour of the Hayward Lakes Area. Trail Difficulty: Varies. Trail Type: paved/unpaved. Fee pass required: No
Whether you seek a gear-grinding challenge or a chance to lose yourself in the great outdoors, Northern Wisconsin's mountain bike trails are the perfect venue to explore the Hayward Area's trademark beauty. Offering varying degrees of difficulty, Hayward, Wisconsin's many off-road adventures range from a challenging to casual pedaling experience.
Whether you are a casual rider or competitor, the Hayward Lakes Area creates the best of the best for you to come and enjoy. Professional bike shops, clubs and races. It is truly a biker's dream. Come pedal on this area's glorious trails. The CAMBA Off-Road Bike Trail System consists of over 300 miles of marked and mapped routes through a wilderness of striking beauty and peaceful solitude. Area cyclists have created the CAMBA system to make this vast, unique area available to everyone. We hope you enjoy the riding and join with us in preserving this resource.
The CAMBA trails lie in and around the beautiful Chequamegon National Forest as well as in Bayfield and Sawyer County Forests - nearly a million acres in which to ride your fat tire bike. Of this, CAMBA has adopted an area of approximately 1,600 square miles. The system is divided into six clusters, each with one or more trailheads. An overview area map of the entire system indicating the location of each cluster as well as other rideable gravel and on-road paved routes is available. More detailed maps of each cluster with trail routes and navigational narratives are also available at area bike shops and chambers of commerce or directly from CAMBA.