Snowmobiling - Hayward,
Snow Shoeing, Winter Hiking, and lots more!
Well folks, it's that time of year again when we have
the choice of sitting around in front of the tube or
by a warm fire to wait out the winter, or we can get
out and enjoy the winter outdoors! And that's just what
a lot of folks do around here.
With long winters here in the north, and with the better
equipment and gear we have now days, winter has become
a busy season up here once people discovered how much
more fun it was than just waiting for spring to come.
Then if cross country skiing or snow shoeing is more
your speed, there's countless miles of trails and areas
for that too here in Northwest Wisconsin.
On top of that there's some really great winter events,
like the American
Birke ski race, a truly world class event, and the
Walleyes for Northwest Wisconsin family ice fishing
it comes to snowmobile trails, you won't find a better
place to ride! With over 500 miles of trails and
countless miles of forest roads, you can always see
Almost every snowmobiler in the Midwest is aware of
the fantastic winter playground found near the Hayward
area of Sawyer County and the Cable area of Southern
Bayfield County. Hundreds of miles of wilderness trails
provide tours through this areas natural beauty,
beckoning riders to return year after year.
The Hayward Lakes region with its rolling hills, hardwood
forests, tall pine stands and pristine lakes serves
as the hub of the Sawyer County trail system. A journey
south from Hayward on Trail 31 takes riders across the
frozen Lac Court Oreilles and along Sand Lake before
joining the Tuscobia State Trail just east of Birchwood.
This well-known Tuscobia State Trail is also listed
as Corridor 10 on the maps. It crosses Sawyer County
from east to west passing through Draper, Loretta, Winter
and Radisson, as it makes its journey across northern
Wisconsin stretching from Michigan to Minnesota.
Traveling southeast from Hayward, snowmobilers are
treated to a tour of the undeveloped Lake Chippewa Flowage,
Wisconsins largest wilderness lake. This focal
point of Sawyer County was created in 1923 by a power
company dam and has more than 17,000 acres of water
with 140 islands and more than 200 miles of natural
east of Hayward meander their way towards Clam Lake.
Trails lead in all directions in this scenic Chequamegon
National Forest region offering unlimited choices. When
staying in this area, snowmobiles are the only transportation
you will need since almost everything is accessible
via snowmobile. Excellent lodging with roaring fireplaces
and great food can be found trailside through out this
This winter visit Northwest Wisconsin and the Hayward
area and find out how much fun winter can be.
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