Hello Autumn. NW Wisconsin favorite bike routes

It’s September already and who doesn’t love a cool crisp sunny day? The sun is warm, the humidity is low, and the air is clear. A favorite time of year to enjoy the outdoors.

Gordon and Wascott in NW Wisconsin have many fantastic roads perfect for a bike ride without much traffic. Here are a couple favorite bike routes in Gordon and Wascott.

So get out there and enjoy.

Featured Favorite NW Wisconsin bike routes videos

Sit back and enjoy the scenery in this Favorite NW Wisconsin bike routes video playlist. Be sure to check out the NW WI Communities tab above for more information about this beautiful lakes and recreation area.

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3 Great Gordon gravel bike routes videos. Think Spring and great outdoor biking in NW Wisconsin

Enjoy three videos of bike routes in Gordon Wisconsin recreation area. Outdoor biking season begins soon.

  • Burma Rd,
  • Crotte Brook Rd,
  • Twin Bridges Rd.

Favorite Northwest Wisconsin Bike Routes: Coppermine Road, Gordon, WI

Favorite Northwest Wisconsin Bike Routes: Coppermine Road, Gordon, WI

Favorite bike route - Coppermine Rd, Gordon, WI

Favorite bike route – Coppermine Rd, Gordon, WI

Looking for good bike routes in northwestern Wisconsin? Check out these dirt roads in the Gordon-Barnes area. They’re just southwest of Lower Eau Claire Lake, which is part of the Eau Claire Chain of Lakes.

Starting point: Mooney Dam Park. To get there from Gordon, drive east for 11.2 miles, then turn right on East Mail Road. Head south for only about 0.2 miles, then turn left on Fowler’s Circle.

Roads you’ll travel: East Mail Road, Coppermine Road, Coppermine Loop, South Coppermine Road. This out-and-back route with one side loop is a little over 20 miles, and most of it follows the Ounce River. For more distance, try some of the logging trails and side routes you’ll see along Coppermine and South Coppermine Roads. You could also continue on Cheever Road, Snake Road, or Crooked Lake Road.

What to expect: Although some parts of the route are smooth, packed dirt that’s almost like riding on pavement, be ready for occasional rocks and patches of deep, soft sand. Most riders will prefer mountain bikes on this route, and a road or cyclocross bike with 700 x 35c tires is probably about the minimum. Even on weekends, you could ride for hours without encountering any vehicles. Most of the route is out of cell range. Be ready for changing weather, and bring spare tubes, patch kit, and tools.

After your ride, food and refreshments are available at a number of taverns and cafes within just a few miles of your starting point.

(By the way, this route starts near lake homes I’m listing on Middle Eau Claire Lake and Bony Lake. Please give me a call if you’d like to see these homes. Or, click www.JeanHedren.com to see all my listings.)

Please check back now and then; I’ll occasionally be posting more of our favorite hiking and biking routes. I’ll try to include a couple photos with each post, but not enough to take all the fun and mystery out of exploring these routes yourself. (And yes, there is an old, abondoned copper mine out there.) Stay tuned…

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