Kettle Moraine State Forest – New Fane Loop System Trails

On County Line Road, 1.5 miles east of Kettle Moraine Drive, the New Fane Area in the Kettle Moraine State Forest-Northern Unit has two trail systems: four loops of moderately-challenging mountain bike trails totaling 5.5 miles, interwoven with four loops of hiking trails totaling 7.7 miles. A short connector trail allows hikers access to the Ice Age Trail (bikes are not allowed on the connector trail). Hikers and off-road mountain bikers share this multiple-use trail system in season. For safety reasons, these trails are use-specific: hiking is not allowed on the bike trails and biking is not allowed on the hiking trails. An open-air reservable shelter is located near the trail head and drinking water and vault toilets are available year-round. A state trail pass is required for all bike riders age 16 and over. In winter, the hiking trails serve as ungroomed cross-country ski trails and the bike trails are open to winter hiking and snowshoeing.