Best Trails in Agahming Park

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Want to find the best trails in Agahming Park for an adventurous hike or a family trip? AllTrails has 1 great hiking trails, biking trails, running trails and more. Enjoy hand-curated trail maps, along with reviews and photos from nature lovers like you. Ready for your next hike or bike ride? Explore one of 1 easy hiking trails in Agahming Park that are great for the whole family. Looking for a more strenuous hike? We've got you covered, with trails ranging from 47 to 47 meters in elevation gain. Whatever you have planned for the day, you can find the perfect trail for your next trip to Agahming Park.
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Flyway Trail Winona Connector
#1 - Flyway Trail Winona Connector
Agahming Park
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Length: 10.6 km • Est. 2h 45m
There is an ample parking lot at the Buffalo Town Hall at the trailhead on the Wisconsin side of the Mississippi River. From the Buffalo Town Hall, you can connect with the Great River State Trail by biking 2.4 miles on the wide, paved shoulder of Highway 35 to Marshland, Wisconsin. From there, you can bike on the trail all the way to Onalaska, Wisconsin. Some of the trail shares the road with vehicles, so using reflective materials, lights, or flagging is recommended for safety. Accessibility: There do not appear to be any designated accessible spaces in the gravel parking lot off of Great River Road at the northeast end of the trail. However, there is 1 designated accessible space in the paved parking lot off of Huff Street at the south end of the trail. It is van-accessible with striped access aisles. This parking lot has been marked with a waypoint. The trail surface is gravel, paved concrete, or wooden bridge with railings. It is typically at least 6 feet wide. The route uses a bike lane on the side of the road marked with a painted line for some of the trail. The whole trail is estimated to be in the mostly gentle (5% or less) grade category. This trail will likely be navigable for most wheelchairs/mobility equipment or stroller users. Show more