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Mountain-Bay State Recreational Trail

This 83-mile trail stretches from the Village of Howard to the eastern end of Wausau. Thirteen miles of this State Recreational Trail runs through Brown County atop an abandoned railroad grade with a compacted crusher dust surface for bicyclists.

An Annual State Trail Pass or a Daily Pass is required for bicyclists, in-line skaters, and horseback riders over 16 years old. There is no fee for walkers. Daily Passes are $4 and are available at the trail paystations at various locations along the trail. Annual State Trail Passes are $20 and are also available at each paystation as well as several vendor locations.

Click here for a Mountain-Bay Trail brochure.
Click
here for vendor locations.

Additional information on the Mountain-Bay Trail is available at
www.mountain-baytrail.org

DIRECTIONS: From Green Bay, take Highway 41 north to Velp Avenue exit. Turn left on Velp Avenue, right onto Riverview Drive, follow curve (Glendale Avenue) and then right onto Lakeview Drive. Parking is available just past the trailhead on the right.



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