WE ARE EXPERIENCING INCREDIBLE RIDING CONDITIONS ACROSS OUR
CABLE CLUSTER TRAILS:
OPEN: Ojibwe, Telemark Traverse, Sleigh, Esker, Danky Dank.
CLOSED: Wild River Trail
SEELEY CLUSTER TRAILS
OPEN: Flow Mama, Seeley Pass, Makwa, Winding Pine.
HAYWARD CLUSTER TRAILS
OPEN: Makwa, Hatchery Creek, Hospital Gateway Trail
CLOSED: The bridge near Gravel Pit is not passable. Re-route around lake on freshly built trail!
NAMAKAGON CLUSTER TRAIL
OPEN: Namakagon Trail, Patsy Lake Trail, Treasures Trace, Trail Lake, Rock Lake, and Hildebrand Lake Loop is now open!
MT. ASHWABAY TRAILS
OPEN: All trails are open and dry.
DRUMMOND CLUSTER TRAILS
OPEN:Drummond Ski Trails
NOTE: CAMBA no longer maintains the gravel road routes north and west of Drummond. Riding is permissible, but routes are not marked.
DELTA CLUSTER TRAILS
OPEN: West Fork Trail
NOTE: CAMBA no longer maintains the Tall Pines and Wilderness Lakes Trails. Riding is permissible, but the routes are not marked or maintained.
Do you enjoy having an incredible year-round mountain biking destination? If so, think about joining the CAMBA community today by becoming a member. Your membership helps build, groom and maintain trails year round.
Thank you to our our staff and volunteers who groomed 70 miles of trails this winter and put in over 600 hours grooming all winter. Thank you to our sponsors and members for your continued support, we couldn’t do it without you. Lastly, THANK YOU for riding CAMBA trails.
General Considerations (not applicable to winter riding)
In general, the CAMBA trails are well-drained and are rideable within 12 hours or less of an average rainfall. If you encounter a trail that is consistently wet and you leave any more than a dimple of a tread impression from your tire, you should not be on the trail.
Please exercise good judgement when deciding to ride during wet periods. The damage inflicted on the trails can be extensive and cause a considerable amount of work for our volunteers and trail crew.
Trails are particularly vulnerable during the spring break-up period when the frost is leaving the ground and even more so in the fall, during the freeze/thaw cycle that occurs as we transition from fall to winter.