Winter Trails Day at Timber Ridge

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It's the perfect chance to get a friend off the couch and into the woods this winter! 

Winter can be long, cold, and tough for folks who see it only as a time to hibernate. It's not so bad! If you can get the first step out the door and onto a fat bike, skis, or perhaps a pair of snowshoes, it's a great time to discover new trails or explore familiar places now covered in snow!

We are incredibly fortunate to have access to trails all over the region, and our friends at TART are helping show you one in Traverse City. The Vasa Pathways and Winter Sports Singletrack offer skiing and fat bike opportunities that are nearly unmatched in the state. Each year, we celebrate Winter Trails Day at Timber Ridge as a way to get more folks out to make the most of the incredible recreational opportunities. 

You can join us on January 6 from 10:30 am to 2 pm for a chance to try out fat biking, skiing, and snowshoeing for free! That's right, sample a little of everything and see which sport just might become your new winter passion. There will be groups of skiers and a few different fat bike rides, but you can always just do a lap on the half-mile Timber Ridge inner loop, or the 1 mile loop that offers two small climbs to test your legs. 

The event is totally free, but we do ask that you register online to help TART plan on numbers and allocate skis, snowshoes and more evenly.