Yellow Trail is a 4.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Wausau, Wisconsin and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and snowshoeing and is best used from June until September.
A good trail. Right at 5 miles, with about 1 mile of ups and downs. The rest is a very pleasant stroll in the woods. The parking area has restrooms. In state parking is $8 or $28 for the year, that includes all state parks. Out of state is slightly more. There are a number of shorter trails, good for hiking and snowshoeing.
loved the beauty of it
The red trail was killer for me. But I followed it up with the easy green trail to end my day.
5 minutes out of town, you feel like you're in Cascade foothills.
Awesome trail. Nice view of the City. Nice to visit Year round.
Even in the dead of winter with the trail completely covered I found this oasis in Wausau enjoyable offering nice views of the city as well as beautiful, verdant views of the forest and rolling hills. I would have given this trail more stars if it had also offered moving water and or scenic views.
My favorite trail to hike. There are a lot of hidden sites if the explorer is willing to dig deep.
Very nice set of trails, with streams, cliffs, rock scrambles - interesting geology.