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Bearskin State Trail

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Bearskin State Trail
Length21.5 mi (34.6 km)
LocationWisconsin, USA
TrailheadsMinocqua, Wisconsin and Tomahawk, Wisconsin
Hiking details
SeasonYear Round
SurfaceCompacted Granite
Maintained byWisconsin Department of Natural Resources

The Bearskin State Trail is a 21.5-mile (34.6 km) rail trail between Minocqua, Wisconsin and Tomahawk, Wisconsin. It is designed for foot, bicycle, equestrian, and snowmobile traffic. It is designated as a multi-use trail, offering recreational access to the routes, and is open to the public. The Bearskin State Trail is built on a former railway corridor and follows Bearskin Creek. The original railroad was utilized to transport white pine from Northern Wisconsin to the cities of the Midwest.[1]

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  1. "Bearskin State Trail". Retrieved 2020-12-31.

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