2020 Events

Logo for SepTimber Ride 2020

SepTimber Ride 2020 offers new ways to participate

Ride the route or trail you want when you join us for this year's Ride. And include the younger folks in your family!

Come to Eagle River if you can, but above all, take part! The Ride is as important as ever in supporting the work of GHT.

Ride goodies include an event t-shirt (youth sizes available), a Tribute souvenir glass, and coupons of all sorts.

For more details and to register, go to septimberride.com.

At the junction of the Prairie Path's Elgin Branch.
On the Illinois Prairie Path where the Elgin Branch heads northwest.
On the 4 Women Boardwalk
On the northernmost boardwalk of the Three Eagle Trail.
Take part on the Green Circle Trail!
A family ride on the Green Circle Trail in Stevens Point.

Our booth features trail info and lets you meet some of us.

Our volunteers have staffed booths and displays in Eagle River, Conover and Phelps from spring through fall every year since 2010.

We regret that conditions this year have curtailed that. Still, we want you to be able to get bike trail information and find out about our plans for more trail development. This site is designed to help you with that.

A booth photo for Chris

2019 Annual Meeting was open to all but not this year

Great Headwaters Trails will skip a public annual meeting this year. We'll rely on our online platforms and press releases to inform the public of our trail progress and leadership succession news.

Check out the rest of this website to learn about our officers and board members, the work of our hard working volunteers, our progress on developing trails in eastern Vilas County.

Get the 2019 Annual Report - click here! 

Everybody at DGMBH II

Two great years of a memorable event

The 2018 and 2019 Don Gillum Memorial Bike and Hike events were wonderful ways to enjoy the Conover-Phelps Trail and to remember key trail builders like Don Gillum. The events raised over $5,000 for Relay for Life of the Northwoods and over $5,000 for development and care of the trail itself. We thank everyone who has made this great event happen, the Gillum family, all the planners and volunteers , and all DGMBH participants.