Mowing completed on county non-motorized trail system
Crow Wing County Land Services has recently completed the annual mowing of 13 non-motorized trails located throughout the county.
The trails are available for equestrian riders, hiking, mountain biking, hunting and other uses.
“These trails are in great shape this season for any number of non-motorized activities,” said Bryan Pike, Crow Wing County natural resource manager in a news release. “The trails are open year-round for residents and visitors to enjoy the natural beauty our region has to offer.”
The White Pine, Larson Lake and Pine Ridge Trails have improved trail visibility particularly due to the additional efforts to mow back the encroaching vegetation near the edge of the trail. Both the Wolf Lake Trails, located east of Brainerd and Larson Lake Trails, near Deerwood are groomed cross-country ski trails in the winter.
The county encourages residents and visitors to experience these non-motorized trail systems this fall. Each trailhead area has a map of the trail system and limited number of maps to take, if available. Locations and maps of the non-motorized trails can be found on the county’s web-site at: http://www.crowwing.us/index.aspx?nid=316