Danky Dank Trail
ElevationAscent: 172' 53 m
Descent: -136' -41 m
High: 1,512' 461 m
Low: 1,453' 443 m
GradeAvg Grade: 2% (1°)
Max Grade: 7% (4°)
“A challenging and fun, remote trail with multiple personalities, both old school and new school.”— Ron Bergin
Danky Dank Trail links the Esker Trail and Treasure's Trace to create a 10-mile hike through some of the most remote forest in the area. Starting with a narrow, hand-built singletrack atop a rocky glacial esker, Danky Dank morphs into a more new-school, open and smooth experience and then into more rugged terrain.
On the east end, there is a series of rocky sections and logs. If you're into backpacking, look for a sweet rustic campsite overlooking a small unnamed pond toward the east end of the trail.
This is a point-to-point hike with no bail-outs. Cell phone coverage is spotty at best.
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Land Manager: Bayfield County - Forestry and Parks