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The Trek Trails Powered by OTM are Closed Until Spring 2024

The Trek Trails Powered by OTM, are now closed until spring. We had a beautiful snow fall, and with the upcoming thaw and rain, the trails need a little TLC to be at their best. Looking forward to seeing all of you back on the trails next year! Stay updated on trail conditions and statuses by checking Trailforks.

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Child on a balance bike
Mountain biker riding through the corner of a downhill trail

16+ Miles of Modern Mountain Bike Trails

Not just any trails, the new Trek Trails will be optimized to provide great user experiences for beginners up through the most elite riders. The trails radiate out from the new base camp building, and connect to the bigger Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) network. Trails include:​

  • A Permanent National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA) High School Race Venue;
  • Progressive Loop Modern Cross-Country Trails (green-blue-black​);
  • Enduro and Downhill Trails;
  • E-Bike Optimized Trails and Climbs​
  • A Skills Area – Jump Park​;
  • A Balance/Kick Bike Track; and​
  • A Pump Track


Trek Foundation

The Trek Foundation was established to fund cycling infrastructure projects and help preserve land from development through the establishment of publicly accessible mountain bike trails.​

Vision to create a nation-wide group of riding destinations, with a consistent riding experience.​

One Track Mind Foundation

One Track Mind Foundation creates singletrack trails by connecting land managers, trail builders, local youth, and provides funding for singletrack mountain bike projects throughout the United States.

The Trek Trails Powered by OTM is one of the first projects they’re affiliated with in the state of Wisconsin, furthering OTM’s mission of expanding singletrack opportunities throughout the US.

Development Phases

Phase 1 – Orange​
Total Cost: $155,000 Approx.

Phase 1 Trail Map » 
4 miles of XC trails – dubbed the Demo Trails – connecting the Birkie Trailhead, American Birkebeiner ski trails, and CAMBA system​.

Phase 2 – Crimson​
Total Cost: $275,000 Approx.​

Phase 2 Trail Map »
Approximately 6 miles​ of that climbs to the top of Mt. Telemark and connects to the Phase 1 trails.​ First downhill/enduro trails, all ability levels, descend the front side of Mt. Telemark​.

Phase 3 – Blue​
Total Cost: $250,000 Approx.​

Phase 3 Trail Map »
Additional 4+ miles of downhill/enduro trails on the front side of Mt. Telemark​. Hubs on the mountain where trails meet and diverge​.

Phase 4 – Purple​
Total Cost: $250,000 Approx.

Phase 4 Trail Map »
3 miles of additional downhill/enduro trails​. Jump zone, skills area, pump track, balance/kick bike track​.

For more information on mountain bike trail development plans, please contact

Trail Maps

Overall Concept Trail Map

Overall Map »

Phase 1 Trail Map » 

Get the Phase 1 Ride with GPS file here!

Phase 2 Trail Map »

Phase 3 Trail Map »

Phase 4 Trail Map »

Make a Contribution

Ways to Give

  • Make a donation online.
  • Mail a check using these offline payment instructions.
  • Use a donor advised fund. Make your contribution payable to:
    The American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation/Telemark MTB Trails
    Our EIN is: 39-1503175
    Our mailing address is:
    ABSF/Telemark, PO Box 911, Hayward,
    Wisconsin 54843.

Do you want to transfer stock, contribute an IRA distribution, learn about naming rights for a larger donation, or ask questions? Contact Louise Droessler at 608-843-8451 or

Your support is truly appreciated. Please contact us with questions or comments.

Louise Droessler
Development Director

Joe Vadeboncoeur
Trail Development + Strategic Partnerships