Explore the most popular skiing trails in Michigan with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

5 months ago

Not so much "trail" as hard gravel path through some trees. The main path is crushed limestone; there are some small dirt tracks off the path at a few places, but none are particularly interesting. If you live in the neighborhood, it is probably a better place to jog than your local sidewalk, but if you're getting in a car, the only reason to come here (instead of Lillie Park, the Arb, or Bird Hills) is if you don't want to be alone or in a woods. Britton Woods is much nicer than the Fitness Loop, but is tiny.

One of the best Rails-to-Trails I have done. Smooth pavement, not too busy, good "rest stops".

Nice trail system. Not much to see but well maintained and marked. Fun trek through the woods!!

cross country skiing
Sunday, February 17, 2013

Great variety of terrain starting with a drop in elevation from the Nordic Ski Center (just beware getting back up to it at the end of your route is a bit of a bear). Trails were just a bit narrow for skating. But were perfectly groomed the day that I skated out, (except for Frog Holler which was deep powder going out, but I followed the groomer back in). Pine Cone (red) was a great flat segment and I really enjoyed Legend's Loop too. A great place to get in a nice long workout and explore terrain.

1 month ago

1 month ago

mountain biking
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Friday, February 15, 2013