Mountain Biking

Big terrain or trails- Rice Lake Area has a lot to offer every mountain biking enthusiast!  Our area terrain invites those ready for a challenge or just a relaxing ride!  Come try it out and remember your biking checklist:  map; route and expected return time, bring tool and patch kit; consider binoculars and camera; respect the land; stay safe; carry water, high energy snacks, helmet and rain gear.  Have a fabulous time!

Pipestone Quarry Trail System – 6.5 miles
Pipestone Quarry is a new trail system being developed in the beautiful Blue Hills of Wisconsin. Existing trails include over 6.5 miles of single track built wandering up and down the beautiful rocky hills. Trails are of a more technical nature using the terrific natural features in the area, including gravity feeds and large rock formations.

Hiawatha Park Trail System – 2.5 miles
Hiawatha Park is another new system with 2.5 miles of single track located in the far northeastern corner of the city. The park is located on a point of land between Rice Lake and the Red Cedar River. All Trails are Beginner Level

Other CORBA Trail Systems in the Area- TRAILS

Blue Hills Trail System – 20 mi
Rolling trails wind their way past small streams and through forests sprinkled with red and white pines, balsam and hemlock. During the winter, this is one of the top cross-country ski trail systems in Wisconsin. From Rice Lake, head east on Highway C (Sawyer Street) 10 miles to the Barron-Rusk County Line where Barron County Highway C becomes Rusk County Highway O. Continue on Highway O another 10 miles to Fire Lane Road. Head north on Fire Lane Road 2 ½ miles. Get map and more information.

Cedar Side Trail – 4 mi
The Cedar Side Trail runs alongside the Red Cedar River, offering beautiful views and a serene walking, jogging or biking experience.