Nicolet Roche Mountain Bike Trail
Rated one of the top 10 single track trails in Wisconsin, these trails located in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest are a must ride. Trails are tight and technical but leave you ready to ride more. Trailheads are located on Campground Rd near Boulder Lake Campground, Van Alstine Rd as well as Hwy 64 just East of Langlade for the Northern Section.
Wolf River Mountain Bike Trail
Trail Update: The Wolf River Trails are now closed until spring per the landowner's request.
The Wolf River Trails are Langlade's best kept secret! These trails are used primarily during the Wolfman Triathlon, are now open for all to ride thanks to the wonderful property owners these trails reside on. If you are looking for a technical ride, these trails are your ticket. Featuring tight corners, several rock and root rideovers, along with some challenging climbs will definately take your breath away. These trails can be accessed from the Nicolet Roche Trails or from the Bear Paw Adventure Resort south of Langlade on Hwy 55. Due to the trails being on private property, please watch for seasonal closures and respectful of their requests.
Wolf River State Bike Trail
The Wolf River State Trail non-motorized section offers several miles of trail to bike or hike from White Lake to Lily. Several lengths are available depending on starting location. From Wallrich Rd parking lot to West Hollister Rd is 4.9 miles, West Hollister Rd to Lily parking lot is 5.7 miles, and from Wallrich Rd to Lily is 10.6 miles. The Wolf River State Trail follows along the former Wisconsin Central railroad corridor and adjacent to the Wolf River. The trail is gravel based in Langlade County and may be rough or soft in sections so tread is more suitable for mountain or gravel bicycles.