Let's Finish Up the Conover-Phelps Trail!
The push is on!Let's build the last 2 miles of trail next summer.
A $15,000 Challenge Fund will match new contributions dollar-for-dollar.
Join the Yard & Mile Club - Donate to build a yard, 10 yards, 100 yards or more!
(And many thanks to all the current Yard & Mile Club members, over 500 of them, that have brought the trail so far along. Click here for the membership list.)
Family fun on the Conover-Phelps Trail. DGMBH II coming up in 2019!
Over 100 people took part in the first Don Gillum Memorial Bike/Hike on the Conover-Phelps Trail last July. Next summer's DGMBH is being planned right now.
July 20, 2019 - Save the Date!Video from News Channel 12
SepTimber Ride 2018 was record-breaking!
With 238 riders, this year's Eagle River-based brewery-to-winery ride was the best ever!
SAVE THE DATE: SepTimber Ride V will be on Sept. 14, 2019.
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 finish the last 2 miles of this 11-mile trail!
in place and in use
5.5 more miles
were completed last fall.
The final 2 miles
can be added by 2019.
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
Two new members were added to Great Headwaters Trails’ board of directors at the well-attended 7th Annual Meeting held Aug. 15 in Phelps’ Wavering Park. In addition everyone heard details about this summer’s extension of the Conover-Phelps Trail and the third annual SepTimber Ride. The new board members are Debbie Magee and…Read More
Before the snow flies, this beautiful, family-friendly trail will be almost 9 miles long. The smooth trail bond surface is being put down now, in mid-October. That leaves only 2 miles to go to connect into downtown Phelps. Want to help make that happen? Donate now!Read More