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resident of RC. wrote a review Apr 2019
Richland Center, Wisconsin19 contributions1 helpful vote
This trail is part of the, "Rails to Trails " program. It is not paved. We have been hit with many floods and at the county parks comission they try so hard to keep up. See the oxbow, Tamaracks, other wild life.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Jennifer M wrote a review Sep 2017
17 contributions4 helpful votes
I've read some reviews by those biking the trail that it's a rough ride, but we regularly walk parts of the trail that runs from Lone Rock to Richland Center and (at parts) it's beautful! While part of the trail runs directly next to noisy Hwy 14, most of the trail outside of Richland Center meanders through woods and prairie with passes over the Pine River on several bridges. We prefer to start our hikes at a parking lot in Twin Bluffs.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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co2dci04 wrote a review Jun 2016
Dalton, Wisconsin62 contributions28 helpful votes
My friend and I decided to try the Pine River Bike Trail after finding it in the Travel Wisconsin official biking guide. We were not impressed beyond the little trail within the city limits. The paved part is great. Hard to know where to go if you wanted to go North, no idea where the trail continued, so we went South. The paved part turned into gravel, which was not bad but then it turned into rutted up, (looked like a tractor went through there) dirt road. There are also no markers to let you know how far you have to the next town or how far you have gone. (I know an odometer would be the key for that) We were just not very impressed. We also spent an hour driving around trying to find where to park and access the trail.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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SpiketheBiker wrote a review Jun 2016
Black River Falls, Wisconsin355 contributions46 helpful votes
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I rode this trail east from Richland Center to Lone Rock and back. The first 4 miles of the trail is paved and some of it recently paved. After that it is gravel, and sparse gravel in spots. This trail would NOT be suitable for a road bike in the non-paved sections. I ride a hybrid with 32c wide tires and I would go no narrower. The surface is somewhat rough and soft in spots. A mountain bike with some suspension would be a better choice. On the far east end it parallels State Hwy 14 and you do get some highway noise for a couple of miles. There is water at a wayside on the east end, be careful with the road crossing to reach it. Other than that, there are no on trail facilities, with the exception of 2 porta-johns.
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Date of experience: June 2016
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