Crow Wing River Single Track

Total Miles


431.07 ft


0.4 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Fall, Summer, Spring

Trail Overview

This trail is a nice alternative to the other starter trails for the western trails at Huntersville. It parallels the river and adds some additional time to get to the bulk of the trails, but saves you from riding in the sandy ditches. The trail has some wide birch sections and some narrow evergreen sections. It is overall smooth but quite windy with the occasional roots or sticks crossing the path. You will likely also hit sections of whoops. Compared to nearby singletrack Paul Bunyan and Spider Lake Trails, this trail system is generally narrower but has fewer obstacles, fewer inclines and declines, fewer rocks, and less water. There are, however, pretty consistent whoops. They aren't uncomfortable, but they do typically need to be hit fast or the rider needs to stand or sit through the up-and-down roller coaster. The river and woods are very pretty with a nice variety of trees that make for awesome fall colors.


This trail has general woods debris.

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Access Description

All the trails are accessible from "The Outpost" restaurant, bar, and campground in Huntersville.

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