From town travel H58 east 2.8 miles to the Old Seney Road. Turn south (right) and ride past a beaver pond and up a challenging hill approximately 9/10 of a mile to the intersection with the Whitewash. Take the Whitewash (left fork) and ride down a fairly rugged two-track that has another uphill grade. Follow the Whitewash in a 3.5 mile counter-clockwise loop until it reconnects with the Old Seney Road. Turn north (right) on the Old Seney Road and ride 2.7 miles back to H58. Enjoy the down-hill grade that you had to climb at the beginning of the trail. Turn west (left) on H58 and ride 2.8 miles back to town.
How to get there:
The trail system is located in a remote area of the state and wanders through pristine forests, along the shore of Lake Superior, and on roads near the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
From the southern portion of the state, head up I-75. Then choose either Hwy 2 or Hwy 28 and head west to Hwy 77 and head north to Grand Marais.
There are seven trails that comprise the Grand Marais trail system. You can either bike from town or drive to the trailhead.