For those who seek an exhilarating ride, offering both thrills and mesmerizing views, look no further than Neillsville, Wisconsin. This place offers a biking experience that's unparalleled, especially for enthusiasts in the Midwest. Presenting the most talked-about trail at Levis – a trail that beckons with its artistic craftsmanship and captivating features.
It isn’t every day that a Midwest trail offers a sensation akin to the vast trails of Colorado. This isn’t just a biking path; it’s a meticulously crafted art piece. The real charm? The exposure. A trail where, at points, the Earth drops almost vertically from beneath, giving bikers the sensation of riding the very edge. Narrow bridges span gaps in the bluff face, demanding not just physical prowess, but mental finesse.However, it's essential to underline: this isn't about defying death. It's about mastering control, balance, and handling. While it doesn't drain one physically, it's not for the faint of heart or those uneasy with heights and steep side slopes.
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Riders' comments resonate with awe, apprehension, and a yearning to return:
From Black River Falls, move north on hwy 12/27 for approximately 10 miles till you reach Merrillan. Taking a right onto hwy 95, travel another 7 or 8 miles to meet Fisher rd. Proceeding left, or northwards, drive for about a mile. The trail center awaits on the left, marked by a distinctive brown sign. This path begins and culminates close to where Yellow Jacket and Upper Hermosa intersect.
This trail at Levis stands as a testament to what biking in the Midwest can offer. Challenging in spots, thrilling in entirety, and beautiful throughout – it's the kind of ride that leaves a mark on every biking enthusiast. When in Wisconsin, make sure it's on the list.