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    MTBiking in Wisconsin's Southwest Quadrant

    I've got a work trip planned that will have me spending a few days driving around the SW part of Wisconsin, and I'm looking for ideas on trails to take in during that time. I figure as long as I'm going to be in the area, I'll ride some of the local stuff.

    The trip is going to take me from Eau Claire to La Crosse, Prairie du Chien, Oregon, Portage, and Black River Falls. I'm already planning to stop at HPT and may hit Levis if I've got time on the way back. I've ridden Blue Mounds before, so I can skip that one this time around.

    Any must-ride trail systems I should consider?

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    Eau Claire - Lowes Creek

    Prairie du Chien - Badger Camp and local stuff - Marty at The Prairie Peddler can give more info.

    Oregon - Cam-Rock is close and worth visiting.

    Portage - Standing Rocks is one hour north and highly recommended.
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    Stop by the shop at 20 0W Blackhawk ave in PdC, and I'll be happy to show what we've got here. Badger Camp is no longer, but we do have some trails to ride, if you're of the adventurous type. They've been quite good lately with the dry weather and all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    Stop by the shop at 20 0W Blackhawk ave in PdC, and I'll be happy to show what we've got here. Badger Camp is no longer, but we do have some trails to ride, if you're of the adventurous type. They've been quite good lately with the dry weather and all.
    Awesome. I was hoping there'd be something in PDC, since I'll have time to kill there. Are we talking singletrack? About how many miles?

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    Yes, singletrack. Plenty to get lost on. Be prepared to hike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~martini~
    Yes, singletrack. Plenty to get lost on. Be prepared to hike.
    Hmmm....
    I'll likely only be able to ride near PDC for a couple of hours or so. Not sure hiking and getting lost fit in the schedule. Maybe Cam Rock that day instead.

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