CAMBA grooms and maintains over 70 miles of winter bike trails in Sawyer and Bayfield Counties. In addition, there are literally hundreds of miles of plowed town roads to tour.
Where to ride:
- CAMBA grooms trails for winter riding in Hayward, Seeley, Cable and Bayfield. See Winter Trail Maps section for trail length, level of difficulty, description and detailed maps. For daily fat bike trail conditions and grooming plans, visit CAMBA Trail Conditions.
- Care should be exercised during transitional seasons when the frost is going in and coming out of the ground. Trails are particularly vulnerable to rutting at these times.
- Riding is prohibited on all state-funded snowmobile trails in Bayfield County. This includes all groomed snowmobile trails except those using town roads. Bayfield County has a specific ordinance prohibiting anything except snowmobile use on these trails. Sawyer County policy discourages the riding on snowmobile trails in the winter.
- CAMBA does not endorse riding on snowmobile trails.
- Groomed ski trails: As a general rule, bikes are not allowed on groomed ski trails in northwest Wisconsin.
- Town roads – snow covered dirt and gravel roads are open to winter biking. Some of these roads may also be snowmobile routes, but if it is a public road, it is open to bikes. Use extra caution on these routes.