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La Crosse River State Trail

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Latitude
43.92757183247523
Longitude
-90.82122802734375
Trail Directions
Just off I-90
Trail Length
21.5 miles
Trail Level
Beginner
Trail Type
Singletrack
City/County
Sparta, Greece
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Review Date
June 21, 2003

Overall Rating
 2 of 5

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Reviewed by: dr zak tringle sack attack , from GB/Milw

Summary:
not an MTB trail, but flat limestone-surfaced state rail to trail converted lane, 20+ miles, and not "single track" by any means. the western 1/3 is most scenic, the rest relatively boring. runs thru towns, u can stop by some of their hicktown parks & refuel on H2O. i rode it spring '99, & plan to return once more '03 season along w/ the 3 other connecting trails, mostly for endurance base sprint workout & some scenery. don't bother if u only dig obstacles & hillwork; in my opinion every kind of terrain has its place in the consummate athlete's repertoire. cheers.

Recommended Route:
runs east-west from around LaX-Trempealeau area east to Sparta, connects to elroy-sparta trail on east, to great river trail on west. el-sp trail, in turn, connects to '400' trail so u can punch in close to 100 miles one way, if not more, in a single shot w/o dealing w/ motorized traffic!

Other recommended trails in the same area:
Perrot SP MTB tr is surprisingly aerobic for a state park trail, quite unique



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