RASTA builds and maintains trails in the Rhinelander area for mountain biking, hiking, snowshoeing, skiing and fat biking.
All Washburn trails closed as of April 10, 2019 for spring thaw. Please stay off the trails until they reopen. Thank you!
Note: PLEASE do not hike on soft, snow-covered trails without snowshoes. This leaves footprints which freeze and make winter silent sports activities very difficult for those who come after you. If you must walk on/near a ski trail, stay well off to the side of the groomed surface. Thank you for your cooperation!
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*DISCLAIMER – Trails are subject to change! We will make every effort to have the most current maps on our site. Be aware of your surroundings and trail conditions. If trails are muddy, do not veer from the trail to avoid damage.
Cassian Ski – 9 miles in length in each direction, and as its name implies the trail is located in the Town of Cassian. The Cassian Trail is also located on gentle rolling terrain, and is designed to accommodate users with a wide range of skills. The Cassian Trail is groomed for traditional tracked skiing.
Nose Lake Ski – located in the Town of Woodboro and offers 7.0 miles of trail groomed for traditional tracked skiing. The gentle topography, upon which the Nose Lake Trail is located, makes this system very popular with skiers possessing either a beginner or intermediate skill set. Another popular feature of the Nose Lake Trail is that dogs are permitted.
Washburn Ski – the largest and most popular of the 3 ski trails, is located adjacent to Perch Lake Park in the Town of Woodboro. The Washburn Ski Trail is 12.0-miles long, offering 4.0 miles of trail groomed for tracked skiing, and 8.0 miles of trail groomed for ski skating. As a result of the hilly topography found throughout the Washburn Lake Area, these trails are best suited for skiers possessing an intermediate to advanced skill set.
Enterprise Fat Bike (no map) – The Enterprise Winter Silent Sports Trail is located 8 miles south on Hwy G. Watch for Oneida County Signs. The trailhead is on Zimmer Road. The trail is groomed for fat-tire biking, and has different ability levels. The trail has both an 8 mile loop and a shorter cut off loop about 2-3 miles. Pick a distance that fits your ability & ride!
Dogs are permitted on this trail. Remember, they must be under voice control at all times.
Mud Lake Fat Bike (map pending)
Mud Lake MTB