RASTA Trails

RASTA volunteers maintain over 60 miles of trail year round on properties owned by our partners, the Oneida County Forestry, Land and Recreation Department, and the School District of Rhinelander. We hope that you’ll enjoy the Northwoods and what it has to offer as much as we do.

*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. Please enjoy responsibly.

Cassian Two-way Trail

The Cassian Two-Way cross country ski trail is located west of Rhinelander and can be accessed from multiple trailheads. The 14.5 kilometers (9 miles) of trails are groomed for traditional tracked classic skiing.

Enterprise Trails

The Enterprise Winter Silent Sports Trail is located 8 miles south of Rhinelander on Hwy G. The trail is groomed for fat-tire biking, snowshoeing, and back-country skiing.

Mud Lake Trails

Mud Lake trails are located three miles north of Rhinelander on Crystal Lake Road. These trails include over 8 miles of mostly hand built technical single track for mountain biking and hiking in the summer and fat biking and snowshoeing in the winter.

Nose Lake Trails

Nose Lake ski and snowshoe trails are located west of Rhinelander and offer 12.5 kilometer (7.8 miles) of trail groomed for traditional tracked skiing.

Washburn Trails

13 miles of professionally designed and built single track mountain bike trails and a new pump track and in winter it turns into 21.6 kilometers (13.4 miles) of ski trails groomed for both skate and tracked classic skiing. Fat biking trails are a recent addition too!

Latest happenings

WEMS Rock N’ Root

The 12th Annual race will be at the Washburn Lake Silent Sports Trails Area on July 20th, 2024. About 90% single track with each lap being approximately 10 miles of smiles and lots of rocks and roots!

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So, what do we do?

From building trails to sponsoring events

Build Trails and Infrastructure

From our beginnings in 2004  RASTA has expanded the number of public trails, buildings and other infrastructure required to allow access for all who are interested in silent sport activities in our area.



Trails being built collage

Maintain trails for everyone’s use

The maintenance, improvement and grooming of trails is a vital part of enabling local residents and visitors to enjoy what the Northwoods has to offer. Each year our volunteers put in hundreds of hours maintaining and managing trails.

Blazes and classic tracks

Organize Local Events and Clubs

From rallys and events to helping organize and maintain clubs like Little Bellas and our Rhinelander NICA affiliate team, RASTA helps promote a love for the outdoors for young and old to help keep the dream alive for generations to come. 

Nica 6th graders, Snow shoe race, Rasta rally finish

How? Build community, donations and  grants

We don’t do it all by ourselves of course. It’s a community effort supported by local residents, donations and when we can manage it, grant funding. All of this takes effort and organisation.



Community rides

Get Involved

There’s so many ways you can help our trails become even better…and have some fun while you’re at it!

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