Ski Trails and Conditions

Ski Trails
Unless otherwise noted, winter grooming updates and trail conditions will be posted on Skinnyski
 
Larson Lake Ski Trail  Larson Lake Trail
Larson Lake Trail is a multi-purpose trail system; hiking, biking, cross-country skiing,   horseback riding.  The terrain is rolling hills.  Trails go through a predominately oak forest.  Many trail segments encircle tamarack and black spruce bogs.  Large diameter red and white pines are also present in several areas.  Intermediate skiing ability is suggested.  You will need a DNR ski pass for this trail.  Grooming updates and trail conditions are posted on Skinnyski.  Report motorized trail violations on trails posted closed to motorized vehicles to Crow Wing County.  Map/Additional Info
 
Directions: Larson Lake Trail is located south of Deerwood.  Follow State Hwy 6 south, turn left on Co. Rd. 10
 
Wolf Lake Ski Trail  Wolf Lake Trail   
Wolf Lake Trail is a multi-purpose trail system; hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding.  The terrain is level to hilly.  The trails are also open to public hunting for small and big game.  The forest is a mixture of hardwoods and mature pines.  Grooming updates and trail conditions are posted on Skinnyski. View a video of the trail system.  Report motorized trail violations on trails posted closed to motorized vehicles to Crow Wing County.  Map/Additional Info
 
Directions: South of Deerwood Shortcut turn south on Tower Road, turn right onto N. Nelson Road OR follow State Hwy 18 east from Brainerd, turn left on Co. Rd. 159, stay straight onto N. Nelson Road.

Crosslake Nordic Ridge Trail
Crosslake Nordic Ridge Trail is a multi-purpose trail system; hiking, biking, and cross-country skiing.  The terrain is level to hilly.  The trails are also open to public hunting for small and big game.  The forest is a mixture of scattered old pines with lots of young conifer plantings and young aspen growth.  Grooming updates and trail conditions can be obtained by contacting the Parks and Recreation Department at the City of Crosslake.  Report motorized trail violations on trails posted closed to motorized vehicles to Crow Wing County.  Map/Additional Info
 
Directions: Heading north on County Rd 3, head north towards Crosslake.  At the intersection of County Rd 3 and County Rd 66, head north on County Rd 66.  Then, take a right onto Daggett Pine Road.  The trail head is located behind the Crosslake Community Center which is well signed.

Other Ski Trails on County Managed Public Forestland
Additional Ski Trail Information
  • On some trails you need a Minnesota Ski Pass.  You can go to the DNR website for more ski pass information.
  • Please report any damage or persons doing damage to the above trails to Crow Wing County Land Services at 218-824-1115 or email landservices@crowwing.us
Other Area Trails
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