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Ski Slides

Following are some of Doc's favorite trail slides in the surrounding area. Click the picture to check out their websites

Lapham Peak, Delafield

Lapham Peak Delafield ski trail mapUndoubtedly the most popular ski trail in the surrounding area. Lapham Peak offers about 2.5 kilometerss of man-made snow and lit trails.

Doc likes to come by on Tuesdays for his free ski lessons at 7pm. Twelve kilometers of trail on five loops groomed for classic and skate skiing. Easy to most difficult.

Heated indoor room and bathrooms at Evergreen Shelter.

6 miles east of Bicycle Doctor.

State parking sticker and trail pass required.

Nashotah Park, Nashotah

Nashotah Park trail mapOffering just over 10 kilometers of groomed skate and classic trails, Nashotah Park is a place where skiers of all levels can experience skiing at its best.

On January 7th, 2012 Doc helped sponsor the Citizen's Race held at Nashotah Park.

Unheated toilets.

10 milesnorth of Bicycle Doctor.

County parking pass required.

McMiller Sports Center Trails, Eagle

McMiller Ski Trail MapFive loops totaling about 13 kilometers. Outstanding grooming with low traffic for both skate and classic skiing.

This is Doc's favorite ski trail; like his music it has great rhythm. Only the short Red Trail is suitable for beginners. Other offer great challenges.

Heated indoor shelter and bathrooms on weekends.

Also a fire arms shooting range and used for biathlon skiing. Some "quiet" no shooting weekends scheduled.

14 miles south of Bicycle Doctor.

State parking sticker and trail pass required.

Kettle Moraine Nordic Trails, La Grange

Kettle Moraine Nordic Trails in La GrangeThe most variety of the trail systems, Kettle Moraine has about 18 kilometers of trails on six loops.

Heated indoor shelter. Unheated toilets.

Offers trails groomed for skating and classical for all abilities.

Doc performs his long workouts here, three of the blue loops equals a marathon.

21 miles south of Bicycle Doctor.

State parking sticker and trail pass required.

Scuppernong, Ottawa Ski Trails

Just a few miles from Doc's House and the shop. If the tracks are skied out when you hit this trail...you can blame Doc.

They don't call him "Diagonaling Doc" for nothing. This is a classic trail only...how man was meant to ski. Three loops totaling 10 kilometers of actual trail. Double-track groommed for classical skiing only.

Unheated toilets.

A quarter mile east of Highway 67 on County ZZ (sign says Pine Woods Camp).

7 miles south of Bicycle Doctor.

State parking sticker and trail pass required.

Minooka Park, Waukesha

A great "in town" county park in Waukesha that offers the county's expert grooming for stride and skate skiing.

About 10 kilometers of trail on three loops suitable for beginner skiers.

Unheated toilets.

20 miles east of Bicycle Doctor.

County parking pass required.

CamRock County Park, Cambridge

A Dane County Park connecting the villages of Cambridge and Rockdale.

About 13 kilometers of trail on three loops groomed for classical and skate skiing. Evenly divided between easy, moderate and difficult.

Unheated shelters and toilets.

Services in towns.

32 miles west of Bicycle Doctor.

County trail pass required.

Greenbush Trails, Greenbush

Greenbush TrailsPopular 10 kilometer system with five loops groomed for skating and classical for all abilities, but mostly challenging.

Always busy on weekends.

Heated indoor shelter. Unheated toilets.

86 miles north of Bicycle Doctor.

State parking sticker required.

Zillmer Trails, Dundee

Zillmer TrailsFour loops groomed for classical and skate skiing totaling about 12 kilometers of trail. A little known favorite system for some. Beginner to expert.

Heated indoor shelter. Unheated toilets.

Access on County SS. Nearby Ice Age Interpretive Center worth a visit.

78 miles north of Bicycle Doctor.

State parking sticker required.

Pike Lake State Park, Hartford

About seven total kilometers on two loops groomed for skating and classical. Narrow trails challenging for beginners.

Parking lot access on Powder Hill Road, not usual park entrance. 

Unheated toilets in nearby campground. Often has snow when other trails don't.

32 miles north of Bicycle Doctor.

State parking sticker required.