If challenging deep woods singletrack with moderate climbs and intricate landscapes tempts your sense of adventure, Cable's Ojibwe Trail should be at the top of your cycling itinerary. Located in Wisconsin, this 12-mile network route forms an integral part of the CAMBA system, delivering a ride that's high on roots, rocks, and rugged terrain, with average speeds clocking around 4-5 mph.
To reach the trailhead, head east for 2 miles on Cty Hwy M from Cable. Then turn right onto Telemark Rd, and drive 2 miles to Telemark Resort. Your destination is the first parking lot on the right.
Built as the first complete singletrack in the CAMBA system, Ojibwe captures the essence of early mountain biking design. Although it doesn't boast contemporary features like specified berms, it offers an unforgettable, joyous ride from start to finish.
The Ojibwe Trail provides a rich tapestry of experiences, combining the area's natural landscape with early IMBA designs for a ride that's charmingly old school. Although it kicks off with a challenging incline, perseverance rewards cyclists with a ride that's both enjoyable and moderately challenging. A must-visit for any intermediate rider, this trail not only highlights the roots of mountain biking in the region but also showcases the natural beauty that Cable, Wisconsin, has to offer.