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Chippewa River State Trail

Eau Claire - Durand
30-miles hard surface trail
715-559-9825

Eau Claire City Trails

Eau Claire
4-miles of paved trails
715-839-5032


Old Abe State Trail

Chippewa Falls - Cornell
20-miles paved asphalt
715-723-0331


Fanny Hill Victorian Inn
Fanny Hill is a great place to start or end a great day of riding on the Chippewa River State Trail. A 6 minute ride will put you on the scenic trail which follows the river. If you enjoy bicycling, walking, running, in-line skating, cross-country skiing or snowmobiling, then the Chippewa River State Trail is the place for you. The trail is between Eau Claire and Durand in west central Wisconsin. Much of it lies on the bed of the old Milwaukee Road railroad line that was built in 1882. The railroad line was abandoned in 1980 and is now part of the Wisconsin state trails network. The overall trail is relatively flat and is perfect for all sorts of activity for all age groups. For more information and maps, contact: fcrst@chippewa-river-trail.com Friends of the Chippewa River State Trail 2546 New Pine Dr, Altoona WI 54720

Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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Otter Creek Inn

Eau Claire, Wisconsin
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Pleasant View Bed and Breakfast
Pleasant View Bed & Breakfast is within 1/2 mile of the Old Abe bike trail. The Old Abe State Trail is a cooperative effort between the State of Wisconsin and Chippewa County. This paved 20-mile trail connects Lake Wissota State Park and Brunet Island State Park in Cornell. The trail is on an abandoned railroad grade and winds through agricultural and forest land while following the undeveloped shoreline of the beautiful Chippewa River. The trail features an abundance of wildlife and natural beauty, with many historical sites along the way. The Old Abe State Trail is part of the Chippewa Valley Trail System. When completed, the trail system will feature an 80-mile network of trail stretching from Cornell, through Chippewa Falls and Eau Claire to Durand and Menomonie. Other trails in the system include the Chippewa River and Red Cedar state trails.

Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin
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