Places & Resources

400 State Trail 22 miles

E13660 State Highway 33, Reedsburg

The 400 State Trail is located between Reedsburg and Elroy with 5 communities conveniently spaced along the trail to provide small town hospitality. Part of the 101-mile State Trail System. A mostly level trail. Trail is used for bicycling, walking, and snowmobiling. There is also a 7-mile horse trail parallel to the bike trail between Wonewoc and LaValle.

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Beaver Creek Reserve

S1 County Road K, Fall Creek

Moderate difficulty. There are several trail loop options. Scenic, winding trails on two separate sections of the reserve, offer views of two creeks and the Eau Claire River. A local favorite $3 for adults, $1 for children (15 and under), free for members of Beaver Creek.

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Blue Ox Running

417 S. Barstow St, Eau Claire

Downtown Eau Claire's destination for running enthusiasts. Check out their selection of anything and everything you need to get your feet on the pavement or trails.

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Cadott School Forest

Cadott

Several loops go through woods past two creeks and a covered bridge as well. From Hwy 29, take the Cty Rd X exit and drive to Cty Rd XX. Head north to 80th Street. Head east for 1 ½ miles and look for a gravel dead-end road. You might have to park at the gate and walk into the educational building area. Otherwise, there is parking at the building.

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Dunham’s Sporting Goods

1501 Broadway St. N., Menomonie

Dunham's has a number of locations across the midwest, selling a range of outdoor gear like bicycles, fishing, footwear, sports, camping, kayaking, hunting, golf, and more.

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Eau Claire Bike and Sport

403 Water St, Eau Claire

A local bike shop that opened over 70 years ago. They supply bicycles, snowboards, skateboards, long boards, and roller blades, new and used.

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Eau Claire River Route

1.5 miles - Trail goes from downtown Eau Claire to the East Side Hill

Start at the paved trailhead hidden across from the L.E. Phillips Memorial Library's underground parking entrance. The trail brings you across to the north side of the river on an old railroad trestle S bridge that offers spectacular views of the quarter-mile long Banbury Place industrial complex and of course, the valley. The trails in Phoenix Park and Boyd Park now connect and are ready for downtown cyclists.

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Eau Claire Youth Cycling Adventure Team

Open to any area rider entering grades K-12. This program is focused on developing bike skills, making friends, and having adventures. No experience necessary. Adventure Team runs July through Mid-October (specific start/end dates to be determined) and meets Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

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EC Velo

In addition to informal group rides each month, EC Velo puts on alleycat-style adventure races that require riders to find a series of checkpoints and complete a challenge at each one.

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Erik's Bike Shop

4130 Commonwealth Ave, Eau Claire

Erik's Bikes has locations throughout the midwest. A one-stop shop for new bikes of any type including road, mountain, path, electric, BMX, and specialty types, cycling apparel & accessories, used bikes, repair, and more. They also service skiis, skates, snowboards, and rent adventure trailers.

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Evergreen Ski Trail

E 25501 County Road CF, Augusta

Easy to moderate difficulty. 2.2 miles of trail loops are open for hikers in the spring, summer, and fall. The westernmost trail follows Coon Fork Creek. $3 fee. Located 5 miles north of Augusta on Cty Rd CF (across the road from Coon Forks County Park). Park at a small dirt lot.

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Fairfax Park - Trail

4200 Fairfax St., Eau Claire

Difficulty: Easy. Small woods trail that doubles as ski trail goes into small prairie area past a few ponds and re-enters woods. Directions: Access Fairfax Park Drive from either Golf Road and park in the Fairfax Pool lot, or go down Fairfax Street and park near the ball fields south of South Middle School.

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