Trempealeau County Bike Rides

Trempealeau County Mobile Bike Map

 

 

Trempealeau County, in the heart of Wisconsin’s famed Driftless Area, is a road rider’s paradise. Low traffic, paved roads weave through narrow valleys and along the wide open spaces of ridge tops. The mosaic of farm fields in the valleys give way to woodlots on the hillsides and the southern tip of the county touches the Mississippi River at Lock and Dam #6.

Riders looking for a flat ride away from all traffic can hop on the Great River State Trail in the small town of Trempealeau and ride west to Perrot State Park and the Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge or east as far as LaCrosse, WI. Camping is available at Perrot State Park and lodging is available throughout the county, with exceptional accommodations in Trempealeau and Whitehall.

The Trempealeau County Mobile Bike Map offers 20 loops ranging from 15 to 60 miles in length. The loops have been designed by local riders and start from towns throughout the county for the greatest diversity of terrain and scenery. Many loops overlap, providing endless opportunities to customize a route to fit your needs.

 

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