The Best Riding in the Nation
There is truly no better region for bicycle riding than the Driftless. From the Mississippi River valley over the bluffs and to the rolling hills of Amish country, you will not find more scenic or challenging ride options than what's here!
The Great River State Trailhead
The Great River Trail extends the La Crosse River Trail from Onalaska to Trempealeau. It features 24 miles scenic vistas of the midwest, crossing 18 different waterways including the Black River via a railroad trestle bridge. A part of the 101 miles of connected Wisconsin biking splendor in addition to the Elroy-Sparta State Trail and the "400" State Trail. Take the Great River State Trail north to Trempealeau and Perrot State Park, or head east for another 75+ miles, including three decommissioned train tunnels. Trail passes are available at the bike shop.