Ranging from rocky and hilly to flat and open, beginners and advance riders alike will enjoy this trail. Many communities along the trail are ATV-friendly, allowing ATV travel within city limits. The trail is provided and maintained by Cass County and the Over the Hills Gang. Please be aware - portions of the trail share the road with vehicle traffic.
Available in Emily and Outing. Trail access from the Moose River Trail.
- Perry May
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OPEN: There are closures on the Moose River Trails, including the west side of the Wren Lake Loop from the Ben Draper Road south to the intersection of the Wren Lake Loop, Cedar Lake Loop, and "A" Trail of the Emily-Outing Trail. There is also logging activity on the Moose River Trails, if you plan to ride there be sure to check that website as well. Water on much of the trail systems due to recent heavy rains, use caution when going through water especially near the Culverts and spill way on the Cedar Lake Loop where there is flowing water. Logging activity taking place adjacent to the Pikus Forest Road, both east and west of the junction with the Cedar Lake Loop, watch for logging trucks and use caution on the Pikus FR.
5/1 to 11/1
Difficulty & trail length