Mountain Biking at Levis / Trow Mound
Mountain biking at the Levis and Trow Mound Trail and the surrounding county forest is some of the best anywhere in the mid-west. With trails ranging from beginner to advanced, the off-road enthusiast will find riding here well worth the trip.
The trail system consists of approximately fifteen miles of rolling cross country ski trail and another 25 miles of singletrack routes. The more advanced trails are located ascending both Levis and Trow Mounds, while intermediate and easy trails lie near the bases and surrounding forest . All singletrack has been designed and constructed by members of the Neillsville Area Trail Association (N.A.T.A.). Riders will encounter some sand, rock and difficult climbing and descending on the more technical routes. Deer, turkeys, fishers, coyote and even a stray wolf can be spotted among the forested 300 foot tall sandstone bluffs.
Winter fatbike riders will find over 9 miles of machine packed snow bike singletrack, open all winter. The Sweaty Yeti fatbike race and Yeti-Fest is held each year at Levis Mound. More information HERE.
Facilities at the Levis mound
Trail Center include a large parking area and running
water and mens and womens bathrooms (located on Fisher Ave,
on the east side of Levis mound). Trail Fees For Mt. Bike: Individual (12 years old and up*) Daily $5.00, Season $25.00, Family-$50.00 *Children Under 12 Free* Season passes available from the Clark Co. Forestry Dept. Several picnic areas are
located along the trail, camping at the trailhead and back
country camping is allowed by permit (contact the Clark Co.
Forestry Department, 715-743-5140) Post ride food and drink
are also available in Hatfield at the Stones Throw Bar and
Grill. Additional camping is also located in Hatfield
at Russell County Park.
Forestry Department PDF file Levis Map:Levis Mound Trail map