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4 out of 5 based on 44 ratings
This ride combines the old with the new: Wide cross-country ski trails developed in the 1930s merge with late 1990s singletrack trails. The trails meander over a small downhill skiing area, part of the Hanson Hills Recreation Area, and farther into the Hanson State Game Refuge. Maintained by a loca from trails.com
The first part of the trail is flat for nearly a mile but it is fairly senic, after that you start getting on to the skill hills and near an area that looks basically like sand dunes. Some nice views and rolling terrain. This doesn't get too technical but some of the climbs can be very very long. A from singletracks.com
Approximately .75 miles of flat trail takes you to the first single-track hill climb, which will get you get you warmed up in a hurry. From there the trail is a nice mix of rolling terrain with some nice, sudden descents and climbs. Very fun ride, not overly technical, and fast. The final downhill from dirtworld.com
35 km of wooded rolling terrain groomed 14ft wide with set track to accommodate classical & skating styles. Michigan Cup race site (Michigan Cup Marathon and Hanson Hills Classic) as well as a winter triathlon site! The great trail system was reworked in the fall of 2004 - everyone says the updated from NordicSkiRacer.com
Managed and operated by the Grayling Recreation Authority, Hanson Hills is a local's favorite that is great for riders of all ages. Enjoy all sorts of winter pursuits including a great XC course. Tubing at its finest is what you will find at Hanson Hills Recreation Area. Adjacent to the ski More from skitown.com