Snowshoeing in Langlade County

Strap on your snowshoes and take an exhilarating trek through the snow on any of the Langlade County snowshoe trails.

Groomed Snowshoe Trails

Gartzke Flowage Trail: The trail is approximately 2+ miles in length and offers a variety of trails for all abilities. 

Location: W6379 5th Ave Road, Bryant. To get to the trails, from Antigo, travel east on County F; after you pass County S, continue East on 5th Ave Road 2 more miles.


Moccasin Ski Trail: The trail is designed for snowshoeing. Feel free to make your own trail, but please stay off the cross-country ski trail.

Location: N11190 Bear Lane, Elcho. The trail is From Antigo, travel on Highway 45 North, then East on Enterprise Lake Road, West on Moccasin Lake Road, then South on Bear Lane to the trailhead on the west side of the parking lot.


Jack Lake Trail: This 1.2-mile loop starts and ends at the Spychalla Lodge.

Location: N8375 Park Road, Deerbrook. From Antigo, travel north on Highway 45 to Highway J. Turn east on Highway J.


If you are more adventurous, blaze your own trail in the back country of Langlade County. You will enjoy 130,000 acres of county forest land. Snowshoeing lets you surround yourself with the naturally beautiful scenery and plentiful wildlife of Langlade County.


Winter trail reports for Langlade County

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