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      The 100+ kilometer Birkie Trail system attracts skiers, runners, bikers, trekkers, and hikers seeking fun and adventure in the north woods of Wisconsin. From events like the Slumberland American Birkebeiner, the Fat Bike Birkie, the Epic Bike Fest and the Birkie Trail Run, there is challenge to be had on event days and all days on the rolling hills of the Birkie Trail and Mt. Telemark Village. We are dedicated to providing silent sports recreation and invite people of all ages to enjoy all the Mother Nature has to offer. Come out this winter or summer, enjoy a day on the trails, and enjoy some good old-fashioned fun on the trail with family and friends.
      Primary Trail Type: Cross-Country
      AKA: Birkie
      Land Manager: American Birkebeiner
      Boedecker Road Trailhead Parking google parking directions
      Ski Trail Pass
      Birkie Trail ski passes are required December – March to ski on any part of the 100+ km American Birkebeiner Trail System. 100% of funds collected go toward our growing costs to maintain the trail.

      In addition, an All-Access Snow Pass is required to ski on the snowmaking loop as soon as it opens for the season. See the link below for more information.

      Trail passes are not required in the summer, but membership is encouraged and donations are accepted.

      Trail passes or parking passes for Birkie Trail use are not required April – November (with the exception of the Early Season snowmaking loop), however if you are using the CAMBA mountain bike trails, please consider making a donation to CAMBA!
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      Region Details

      Region Status
      Caution as of May 8, 2024
      Local Trail Association


      Trails (view details)
      Trails Nordic Ski
      Total Distance
      60 miles
      Total Descent Distance
      23 miles
      Total Descent
      3,698 ft
      Total Vertical
      553 ft
      Highest Trailhead
      1,736 ft
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      Photos of American Birkebeiner Trail System Mountain Bike

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      Nearby Areas

      Seeley Hills 7 12.1 km
      CAMBA Seeley Cluster 2 13 23 km
      CAMBA Cable Cluster 5 15 77.2 km
      Mt. Telemark Village 4 4 17.5 km
      CAMBA Hayward Cluster 118.7 km

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