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Clark County's premier cross-country ski trail system is Levis Mound. The Levis/Trow Mound Recreational Area consists of 17 miles of expertly groomed trails for skating and classic technique along with an additional 24 miles of ungroomed backcountry routes. The more advanced trails are located to the northwest on Trow Mound, while the easy and intermediate trails lie near the base of the mounds. Backcountry skiers can climb the narrow and difficult single track to the tops of the mounds for a spectacular view of the surrounding countryside. Ski trails are generally open the first part of December thru the end of March of each year, depending on snow depth. Trails are closed during the Wisconsin Gun Deer Season.

Include a large parking lot, warming shelter, running water and heated bathrooms.

Trails are maintained and groomed by club volunteers, Neillsville Area Trails Association, or N.A.T.A. Trails are groomed with up to date grooming equipment, trails are set with diagonal tracks and a skating lane averaging 12 feet wide. 

When cross-country skiing at Levis/Trow Mound Recreational Area a trail pass must be purchased. Daily and season trail passes are available online, at the Levis/Trow Mound Recreational Area trailheads and the Clark County Forestry & Parks Office (715) 743 - 5140.


 Individual Daily Pass $8

 Individual Season Pass $40

 Family Season Pass $80


Family is defined as a parent or parents with their unmarried dependent children of the same household.

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