Cross Country Skiing
Though the city of Cadillac is best known as a winter tourist destination for snowmobiling, downhill skiing, and ice fishing, cross country skiers will find four trail systems offering over forty miles of groomed trails available in the area. With ever-increasing government spending cuts, trail grooming on state and national forest cross country ski pathways has been eliminated almost everywhere. Most trail systems for Nordic skiers are privately owned or part of downhill ski resorts. The Cadillac area is fortunate enough to have four ski areas where groups of volunteers are dedicated to maintaining and grooming trails. All of these do not have entry fees though each has a slotted pipe where donations can be left. (excerpt by Dave Foley, outdoor/ travel writer)
See listing below of the trails available, and click on the blue link to take you to additional information, pictures and map links. GROOMING REPORTS HERE:
Cadillac Pathway: Grooming Report go to www.cadillacpathway.org
Heritage Trail/ Carl T: Grooming Report contact MDNR Unit Supervisor, Scott Slavin at 231-775-7911.
North Country Trail & Big M Trail: Grooming Report go to Shoreline Cycling Club
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