Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts (ICORE)

Category: Trails & Locations


Iron County Trails

There are 24 identified trails in Iron County, Wisconsin, offering a wide variety of scenery and terrain for walking, hiking, biking, and skiing. Click here for a county-wide map showing all known trail locations (PDF, 614k) Site Land Manager Length(miles)…

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Eagle Bluff Winter Biking

The Eagle Bluff Golf Club is located in Hurley, Wisconsin, featuring the scenic beauty of the Penokee Mountain Range. According to the Iron County Development Zone, Eagle Bluff offers two winter bike trails and a sledding area. Click here for…

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Whitecap Mountain Bike Trails

Whitecap Mountain is a ski resort located near Weber Lake in Upson, Wisconsin. Among the many activities at Whitecap are two mountain bike trails through the ancient, worn Penokee Mountain Range. Click here for a map of the mountain bike…

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Lipp Lake Trail

The Lipp Lake Trail is a half-mile hiking trail that loops around tiny Lipp Lake, taking a route through old-grown white pine forest near the Turtle Flambeau Flowage. There is parking for one or two vehicles on the west side…

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Cary Park and Iron Belle Connector Trail

Cary Park, located just off Highway 77 west of Hurley, Wisconsin, connects to Michigan’s Iron Belle Trail via a paved trail and temporary connector route. Click here for a map of the Cary Park/Iron Belle Connector Trail (PDF, 198k)

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Wren Falls

Wren Falls is located on the Tyler Forks River 6 miles south of Gurney, WI, and is one of many scenic sites located on the stretch of the North Country Trail maintained by the North Country Trail Association Heritage Chapter….

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Saxon Falls

Saxon Falls features a 90′ drop on the Montreal River, on the Wisconsin/Michigan border. The gorge below the falls in one of the deepest in the midwest, according to the Iron County Development Zone. The trail at Saxon Falls is…

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Iron County State Natural Areas

Iron County is home to thirteen designated State Natural Areas (SNAs). From the Wisconsin DNR: State natural areas (SNAs) protect outstanding examples of Wisconsin’s native landscape of natural communities, significant geological formations and archeological sites. Encompassing 402,000 acres on lands…

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Hurley Learning Adventure Trail

The Hurley Learning Adventure Trail is a project of the Hurley K12 school. This interactive trail includes signage from Plantsmap.com, which allows visitors to scan a QR code to learn more about the plants in this native northwoods ecosystem. The…

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North Country Trail

The North Country Trail (NCT) winds its way through Iron County as part of its 4,600-mile route through 8 states from North Dakota to Vermont. Highlights of the Iron County portion of the NCT include excellent views of the ancient…

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