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Recreational Trail Maps

Ski Trail Maps
The Cass County Land Department is no longer grooming the four ski trails of Cut Lake, Hiram, Goose Lake and Washburn Lake.  Lake Country Nordic Ski Club has taken over the maintenance and grooming of this trail system.  These four trails are Grant-in-Aid trails and the Minnesota Ski Pass is required. 

Deep Portage Ski Trails and Shingobee Recreation Area Trails are groomed by Deep Portage Leaning Center and the Chippewa National Forest-Walker, respectively.  The Minnesota Ski Pass is not required on these trails.

Trail Type   Contact Information
Cutlake Skiing/Mtn Bike Trail Classical lakecountrynordic@gmail.com
Deep Portage Ski Trail Classical portage@uslink.net or 218-682-2325
Goose Lake Trail Classical lakecountrynordic@gmail.com
Hiram X-Country Ski Trail Classical lakecountrynordic@gmail.com
Shingobee Recreation Area Classical/Skating 218-547-1044
Washburn Lake Solitude Area Classical lakecountrynordic@gmail.com
     

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