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Map of bike paths / walking paths in the La Crosse area

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Recreational trails for walking, running and cycling in La Crosse, Wisconsin

La Crosse, Wisconsin map area

La Crosse, Wisconsin

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BIKE PATHS / WALKING PATHS

Great River State Trail

Green Coulee Road Side Path

Halfway Creek Trail

Highway 14 Side Path

Highway 16 Side Path

Housa Park Path

La Crosse Path

La Crosse Path

La Crosse River State Trail

Pettibone Park Path

River Valley Drive Side Path

Sandal Wood Park Path

Three Rivers Trail

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Regional Trails

La Crosse is located on the western edge of the Wtate of Wisconsin. The city is situated along the Mississippi River across for La Crescent, Minnesota.

There is an extensive system of Wisconsin State Trails that cross thorugh this area, The Great River State Trail and the La Crosse River State Trail meet on the north side of La Crosse. These trails meet up with other state trails to form a continuous corridor for over 100 miles.

La Crosse, itself, has a number of local recreational trails for getting about town, riding a bike, walking and running. There are several paved pathways that follow alongside major roadways, pathways along the river and through the parks and natural areas of town.

Trails include the Three Rivers Trail, Housa Park Path, Pammel Creek Trail, La Crosse Path and the Highway 16 Side Path.

Great River State Trail

The Great River State Trail is a 24-mile long unpaved trail that was constructed on the abandoned Chigago-Northwestern Railroad right-of-way. The trail has a surface of crushed limestone. A Wisconsin State Trail Permit is required for cyclist.

The north end of the Great River State Trail is located on The Great River Road, Highway 54, about 4 miles east of the bridge that leads over to Winona, Minnesota. This is also the location of Trempealeau National Wildlife Refuge. As the trial heads to the southeast, the trail goes past Perrot State Park.

The Great River State Trail goes by the following communities: Trempealeau, Midway, Onalaska and La Crosse.

The south end of the Great River State Trails is in La Crosse near the intersection of Highway 16 and County Road B. At this location there is a large trailhead with restroom. This is where the Great River State Trail has a junction of the La Crosse River State Trail.

Visit out map page for the Great River State Trail

La Crosse River State Trail

The La Crosse River State Trail is a 22-mile long unpaved trail that extends from La Crosse to Sparta in Western Wisconsin. The surface of the trail is that of crushed limestone. A Wisconsin State Trail Permit is required for cyclist. The trail was also built along the abandoned Chicago-Northwestern Railroad right-of-way.

The north end of the La Crosse River State Trail begins at the south end of the Great River State Trail in La Crosse near the intersection of Highway 16 and County Road B.

The La Crosse River State Trail goes by the following communities: La Crosse, West Salem, Bangor, Rockland and Sparta.

The east end of the La Crosse River State Trail is located in the community of Sparta. There is a trailhead at S Water Street and Milwaukee Street. This is the location of the north end of the Elroy-Sparta State Trail.

Visit our map for the La Crosse River State Trail


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the communities and trails mentioned in this article.


Individual Maps for Recreational Trails in Wisconsin

Here is a list of links to the individual maps for specific recreational trails in the State of Wisconsin.

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