The Eagle River Connector will give Three Eagle Trail users a safe and convenient way to to get to the Historic Depot on the doorstep of the business district.
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Join the Green Bay Packers Foundation and all of GHT's other supporters to build all 40 miles of the GHT System's community trails by 2020!
Development starts next summer on 8.7 miles of trail through the woodlands between Phelps and Conover. Click here for an updated trail plan for the whole Conover and Phelps area. HELP GET ALL 8.7 MILES COMPLETED IN 2014 - Donate by check or click the PayPal button below to use a credit card.
WHAT IS THE GHT SYSTEM?
More than 40 miles of 10-foot-wide hard surface biking and walking trails connecting all the town centers in eastern Vilas County. Click here to see a map of all four trail corridors.
DO BUSINESSES BENEFIT FROM BIKE TRAILS?
Click here for some local examples and scientific studies that show the potential Return on Investment.
WHO ARE THOSE WHO SUPPORT A TRAIL SYSTEM FOR EASTERN VILAS COUNTY?
Since 2010 GHT has pulled together over $1,000,000 of funding to start building the GHT System. Over 100 individuals, foundations, businesses and organizations are sources for those funds. Click here to download a current System Supporters list. Or click on the logos of GHT Supporters!
ISN'T THE 40-MILE GHT SYSTEM REALLY LONGER THAN 40 MILES?
YES! Since it connects to three popular existing trail system, the GHT System will create a network of community biking and walking trails OVER 100 MILES LONG.
The GHT System will connect all the town centers in eastern Vilas County – Eagle River, Conover, Phelps, and Land O' Lakes. It will also connect to the Wilderness Lakes Trails around Land O' Lakes, the Three Eagle Trail running from Eagle River to Three Lakes, and the Heart of Vilas System extending from St. Germain through Manitowish Waters via Sayner and Boulder Junction. About two-thirds of the GHT System will also be used for snowmobiling in winter.
GHT's trails will be useful to everyone - local school kids, people with errands to do, and folks from near and far who will have additional reasons to come up to enjoy the Northwoods. And additional reasons to take advantage of the goods and services offered by businesses here.