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The northern section of the Three Eagle Trail from Sundstein Road to Highway 32/45 is groomed for cross country skiing during the winter season.

The groomed Trail includes a classic track and a “skate” lane. There are some very gentle slopes between Sundstain Road and the Mud Creek Bridge and the rest of the Trail is flat. What it may lack in exciting terrain the Trail makes up for in natural beauty as it winds through dense woodlands with occasional views of wetlands, including a Bridge over Mud Creek and two scenic boardwalks. Most of the Trail is well sheltered from winter winds.

groomed ski trail

The groomed section of the Trail is about 5 miles long so, to go all the way out and back would be about 10 miles or 16 kilometers.

The Trail access on Highway 32/45 is temporarily located on the south driveway for the new Clearwater Lake development. There is limited parking space between the highway and the snowmobile trail and you need to walk or ski about 150 feet south on the snowmobile trail to reach the ski trail.

The Sundstein Road Trailhead parking area is available for parking.
Your cash donations at the Sundstein Road Trailhead donation box are appreciated to fund trail grooming expenses.

See the Cross Country Ski Trail Map

skiing through towering pines

Skiing on the boardwalk

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