Ski Trails:

All trails open with a 6" to 9" base. Tracks have been set.


Fat Bike Trails:

All fat bike trails are groomed and open with a 1"- 9" base.


Snowshoe Trails:

All snowshoe trails are open with a 6"- 9" base.


Closed. One bathroom, and one changing room are open.

Trail Report: 12-30-2020

December 30, 2020
With the weekend coming up fast, it was great to get 3″ – 4″ of snow last night! We have been able to get out and work on all the trails, so the trail conditions should be fantastic – whether your skiing, snowshoeing or fat biking!
The groomers got out early every to take advantage of the fresh snow. They have been leveling the trail, and setting track for the classic skiers. The trail is shaping up nicely, and we have lifted our rock ski recommendation.
//Fat Bikers//
We have been out grooming for about a week now, and already have a great base. The snow tapered off around 8am, so by Wednesday afternoon, they should be hardened up. We will groom again on Wednesday night, and by Thursday morning they should be dialed in.
Our recent snow has really made WinMan into a Northwoods wonderland. Our groomed, double-wide trails are perfect for getting some outdoor exercise with friends and family. Please remember to wear snowshoes, as boots will posthole (damage) the soft or freshly-groomed trails.
Thank you all for continuing to support WinMan Trails. This year, because of your donations, we have been able to improve our trails, and grooming operations. And, we are always looking for ways to keep improving.
Freshly-groomed and tracked ski trail at WinMan Fat bikers at WinMan getting ready to head out for a ride


  • Over 14 Miles of Flow Trails
  • Designed For All Abilities


  • Over 16 Miles of Trail
  • Rolling Terrain


  • 20k (12+ Miles) of Trails
  • Wax Bench in Chalet
  • Skate & Classic Trails


  • 5 Miles of Trails
  • Groomed Double Wide Trails
  • Ungroomed Single Track Trails
  • *(Kid Friendly)

WinMan Trails is Dog Friendly.  To keep it that way, PLEASE pick-up after your pet.

***Dogs are required to be on leash at Trailhead and Parking lot areas.