The Timm's Hill Trail is a 10 mile non-motorized trail connecting the Ice Age Trail to Timm's Hill, elevation 1951.5 feet, Wisconsin's highest natural point.
Found on the THT - October 2018:
A Dark Blue Child's Left Hand Mitten - Found just north of Blomberg Bridge.
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Blomberg Bridge has been widened from 6' to 8' and new 4x6 decking installed. A special thanks to Gail & David Nelson and Paul Gabriel who spent 2 days to complete this project, Scot Bromann who secured the steel and provided the welder/generator for the project, and the Rib Lake Ski & Snowshoe Club for support and funding. See pictures of the project here.
The trail is open year round for hiking, mountain biking, skiing, and snowshoeing, and is marked with blazes on the trees and arrows.
The southern 2½ miles of the Timm's Hill Trail is open January 1st thru August 31st.
Please follow Hwy C from September 1st thru December 31st.
See the Trail Map for more details.
Horses are allowed on the THT from May 1st to November 15th.
Click here for important information about Horses on the THT.
In the winter, the trail is groomed for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Skis or snowshoes are required on the groomed trail.
See who's been on the Trail. Check out the Timm's Hill Trail Guest Book.
Except for the Timm's Hill County Park, the entire trail is on private property. The landowners have graciously allowed the trail to cross their property, so it's very important that all trail users respect the trail and the property it crosses.
The trail is located in northeastern Taylor and southeastern Price Counties. Click here for Directions.
Parking is available at the following locations. See the ’s on the Trail Map.
The trail was constructed in 1986 by members of the Rib Lake and High Point Ski Clubs. It was formally recognized as the first side trail in the National Trails System in 1990 by the Secretary of the Interior Marshal Lujan.
The Timm's Hill Trail is user supported and maintained entirely by volunteers. Please consider supporting the trail with tax-deductible donations.
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