$21,000 End of the Year Challenge
Now through December 31st, all donations will be matched dollar for dollar to finish the Conover-Phelps Trail.
Mark Your Calendar SepTimber Ride 2018!
Make plans to join us for the 2018 SepTimber Ride - September 8th in Eagle River. Proceeds from the Ride help raise funds for biking and walking trail development.
Building family-friendly biking and walking trails near the source of a Great River
The Great Headwaters Trails foundation’s goal is to build 40 miles of biking and walking trails in eastern Vilas County, the headwaters of the Wisconsin River. The Great Headwaters Trails system will connect the towns of Land O’ Lakes, Conover, Phelps and Eagle River and beyond to the Three Eagles Trail, Heart of Vilas Trail and Wilderness Lakes Trail.
A grand vision – a connecting system of over 110 miles of trails.
The first leg of the Great Headwaters Trails system is the Conover-Phelps Trail.
The Conover-Phelps Trail
Help support the development of the first 11 mile leg of the 40-mile trail system.
in place and in use
5.5 more miles
have been added this summer.
The final 2.2 miles
can be added in 2018 - if fully funded.
Don Gillum (second from right above) was a valued GHT volunteer and a respected and well-known member of the eastern Vilas County community. The Don Gillum Memorial Bike and Hike coming up next summer will honor his memory and celebrate the developing Conover-Phelps Trail. The July 21 family-oriented event will start in…Read More
The Conover-Phelps Trail is now almost 9 miles long. Behind that great news are these key people: Carlton Schroeder, PE, designed the newest 5.5 mile section working with Gary Meister to do the groundwork and take the project from the conceptual stage to a Certified for Construction design package, with…Read More
Great Headwaters Trails (GHT) held its third annual SepTimber Ride in partnership with the Eagle River Area Chamber of Commerce on September 9th. This fun ride started at the Tribute Brewery Co. proceeding to the Three Lakes Winery in Three Lakes via the Three Eagles Trail and then back to…Read More