WinMan Trails

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Thank you for a great season! If you enjoyed the trails this year, please make a donation to allow us to continue into next year and beyond. All year long, visit (and pair with Google Earth) for a nifty way to track your location as you move along. If you need help, email and we're happy to assist.


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WinMan Trails

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The WinMan Trails are a new network of silent sport trails in Winchester, WI. Spanning 1300 acres of private land and public Northern Highlands American Legion State Forest land, the trails offer mountain biking, hiking, classic and skate skiing, groomed and ungroomed snowshoeing, and winter fat biking. Have you tried out the trails? Please fill out this survey so we can continue to improve and plan:


WHERE: The Trails are 4 miles north of the Discovery Center. The main trailhead and parking lot are at the intersection of Hwys W and J in Winchester, WI.


  • Application for RTA Funding: We submitted an $85,000 State of Wisconsin Recreation Trails Grant... notification this summer.
  • Single-track mountain biking: 6 miles of single-track mountain bike trails have been designed and built to meet the guidelines of the International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA).  
  • Hiking and trail running: Using a mix of snowshoe and logging roads... 6.5 miles.
  • Skate and classic skiing: Old logging roads and abandoned trails are cleared with 6 miles for skate and 7.4 miles for classic. 
  • Groomed and ungroomed snowshoeing: 5 miles of double-wide, groomed trails and 6.5 miles of ungroomed, traditional snowshoe trails. 


FUTURE PLANS: Plans include establishing a Trail Friends Club and hosting a variety of events. For updates, announcements, ways to get involved, or to provide feedback, please contact, or call Trails Coordinator, Robert Polic, at 715-543-2085.

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