Just finished proofing a 133 mile dual sport route that is principally based in the Northern Highland - American Legion State Forest in northern Wisconsin. The track starts and ends near Eagle River. I started with a 184 mile draft track, but by the time I sorted out the berms, cables, and gates in the forest I got down to a very comfortable and entertaining 133 miles. All of the track is based on paths open to motorized travel. The two track sections are based on perpetual forest roads. Some of these roads are also used as snowmobile trails in the winter. The ride may take about 5 hours to complete. All of the roads involved with this route are open to street licensed vehicles. A good portion of the route involves paved or gravel roads. Most are scenic, twisty, and entertaining. The NH-AL State Forest is around 233,000 acres. There is plenty of great scenery, lakes, campgrounds, and touristy small towns within the area. Motorized recreation is not very prominent in this area during the summer months. While scouting in this area we met a few mountain bikers, berry pickers, and a family exercising their dogs on the two-tracks. As always, it is important to show proper etiquette and respect for other users in these encounters. Our footprint was so insignificant on these tracks I doubt anyone would even know we were there. For maps and general information about the NH-AL State Forest, you can visit this web site: http://www.dnr.state.wi.us/forestry/stateforests/SF-NH-AL/NH-AL-maps.htm I will try to make the track available in GPS Central, but if it doesn't work out, PM me an e-mail address and I will send it to you. A closer look at the track: I put some photos in the next post to give you an idea of what the dirt sections are like. Edit: I should mention that (depending on speed of course) this track is mild enough for a novice to ride and enjoy. It is a perfect place for the less experienced to have a great ride without having a lot of trouble. As in all tracks, increased speed can turn something from mild to challenging for the more advanced riders. "Hazards" may include small pieces of limbs on the track, some puddles, a bit of sand, and some surfaces that could be slippery when wet. I rode it at a slower pace (27 moving average versus the usual 38-42 for this kind of stuff) and really enjoyed the ride. Even on the road sections I found myself taking it slow as there is a lot to see and enjoy.