Get out and get some fresh air by taking a winter hike in the Stevens Point Area. We've gathered all the top spots from the Schmeeckle Reserve to Standing Rocks in our comprehensive guide below. Break out your hat and mittens and bold the cold this winter for undeniable winter views.Header photo by Bob Mosier
Green Circle TrailTop
Enjoy just over 20-miles worth of trails along the Green Circle Trail this season. Explore a multitude of terrain hiking along boardwalks, through gorgeous wooded areas, paved paths, and more.
Note: hiking is not allowed on the Plover River segment as it is a groomed ski trail in the winter.
Photo by Daniel Acker Photography
Think the Sculpture Park is just a summer thing? Think again! The half-mile trail is open year-round and just as fun in the winter. View a mix of regional and national artwork accompanied by incredible winter views and don't miss iconic pieces like the Elk Centaur or Sand County Bench.
Standing Rocks County ParkTop
With approximately 10-miles for hiking in the winter, Standing Rocks is a great spot to get out and about. Looking for more than hiking? The park also has cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails as well as fat tire biking trails.
Note: Day or season passes are required at the park.
Photo by @thisislauryn
Map of Winter Hiking SpotsTop
Here's a handy tool to help you find all of the best spots to hike this winter in the Stevens Point Area.
Find even more seasonal inspiration with our guide to winter things to do in the Stevens Point Area. Then head out for fun and be sure to share your next adventure by including @stevenspointarea on Instagram or use #stevenspointarea!