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Ski Trail Conditions

Wednesday, June 20: Trails are wet, but open for hiking. The grass is getting long and we will be mowing in the coming weeks. We are working on clearing downed trees so that the trails can be mowed.

Updated 4 days ago

Mountain Bike Conditions

Wet weather continues and more heavy rain is in the forecast 😳 🌧 We are working on final preparations, but the public opening of the One Track Mind Foundation mountain bike trails is postponed until further notice.

Updated 4 days ago

Ski

Ski

If you are looking for a XC Ski Trail that offers everything, look no further than Timberland Hills (30km) and Timberland West (2.5km)! From gentle rolling terrain to the screaming hills of “The Ridge Run” and the “Outer Loop”, Timberland Hills offers fun and excitement for the beginning skier to the expert. Trails are groomed for both classic and skating techniques, and also offer groomed options for snowshoeing, skijoring, and fat biking.

Bike

Bike

We are excited to introduce our new singletrack mountain bike trail system powered by One Track Mind. Construction began in 2023 with about 8 miles completed. With 25 miles planned, we expect to construct more incredible trails in 2024 and 2025. Due to the wet conditions, we have been unable to open the new trails yet this year but they will open soon. Watch for annoucements.

Enjoy

Enjoy

Timberland Hills can be used for a lot of activities in all seasons! Enjoy hiking, hunting, horseback riding and biking in the summer months. In the winter, along with cross country skiing, we welcome fat biking, hiking, snowshoeing and skijoring. As a reminder, please limit activities on the groomed ski trails to cross country skiing only. A portion of our trail system is also shared with the Ice Age Trail.

Stay

Stay

Snuggled in the woods in the southeast section of Burnett County, you will find a rustic, minimally maintained, one-room camper cabin. Only accessible by foot, fat bike, snowshoes, skis, or horseback (during the summer & fall), the camper cabin provides a basic shelter for people that want the “camping experience” without having to handle a tent, or have the weather ruin their visit. Within walking distance of the Timberland Hills Cross Country Ski and Mountain Bike Trails and the Ice Age Trail.