FOR A BIKE TRAIL
Easy going, to major calorie burns, the trails are nearly endless and a top attraction for those looking to explore Cadillac.
CADILLAC AREA BIKING TRAILS
With over 500,000 acres of state and national forest lands along with over 200 miles of multi-terrain trails. We have a complete guide to your next trail adventure in Cadillac. Explore the Cadillac Pathway, and its mutl-season trails offered just a short 10 minute drive outside of Cadillac. If panoramic views of rolling hills are more your style, Mackenzie Trail or Big-M are ideal for you.
No matter where you you land, there is plenty of biking trails to explore on your trip to Cadillac, Michigan. Explore our top trail systems now!
Get on our Biking Trails in Cadillac
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This great trail is only 10 minutes outside of Downtown Cadillac and is a four season mult-sport trail featuring Fat Tire, MTB, Trail Hiking and groomed cross classic cross country skiing.
Big M Recreation Area
The Big “M” trail is a 37.9 mile loop trail system located in a canopy of hardwoods off of M-55 between Cadillac and Wellston.
Lake Cadillac Foot and Bike Path
Popular with locals and visitors alike, this 7.5 mile path clings to the Lake Cadillac shoreline, trailing through parks, beaches and neighbors, through Cadillac West, and is one block from Downtown Cadillac.
A 25 mile multi-terrain, multi-season hiking, biking, summer trail, that transitions into a groomed classic cross country ski trail system in the winter.
White Pine Trail - Cadillac Trailhead
The White Pine Rail Trail is the longest rail-to-trail linear state park, spanning 92 miles connecting Grand Rapids to Cadillac. The access to the White Pine Trail can be found in downtown Cadillac and it runs along Lake Street and Sunnyside Drive along the Southern Lake Cadillac Shoreline.
Clam River Greenway
Take a nature break and head to the northern part of the City of Cadillac by foot trail – the Clam River Greenway, a community clean-up project turned into a fantastic community asset for residents and visitors.