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Chequamegon Area (WI) Bronze-level

Traversing the vast public lands of northwest Wisconsin, the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) trails offer the largest collection of singletrack rides in the Midwest at more than 80 miles, including the 27-mile Rock Lake IMBA Epic and 44 miles of continuous singletrack from Hayward to Cable.

Trails range from easy riding through towering pines to rocky and rugged routes through glacier-sculpted forests, all of which can be combined for multi-day rides. In addition to the incredible natural beauty of the region, many trails include unique features such as the 60-foot armored drop called "Wall Street," a 180-foot log ride called "River Pig," and a 90-foot, 18-inch wide traverse called "No-Hands Bridge."

+ Visit the Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) to learn more

Once a year, IMBA recognizes outstanding mountain bike trails and locations with the IMBA Model Trail awards. The goal of this program — which encompasses Epics, Flow Trails, Gateway Trails, Community Bike Parks and Ride Centers — is to inspire and inform, so that we can all have more great places to ride.

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