Black River Falls Route

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The Black River Falls Route is located on the edge of the Driftless Area near Black River Falls, Wisconsin. Although technically the Driftless Area ends at Interstate 94, we have extended the route beyond the border to include a neat Wisconsin Rustic Road, #54. Access to Wisconsin Rustic Road #91 is also included on this route.
The majority of this route is located in the hills and valleys south and and east of Black River Falls, between the Black and Trempealeau Rivers. These valleys are very secluded and provide many great twists and turns. Riders with smaller gas tanks will want to keep an eye on their fuel situation as there are some long stretches between gas stations.  The Black River Falls route is located on the northeast edge of the Driftless Area and is a great gateway for those coming into the area from the northeast part of Wisconsin.
NOTE:  While all of our routes were created utilizing paved roads, we are not able to keep up with road conditions throughout the entire Driftless Area.  It is up to each rider to assess road conditions and their own abilities in order to assure rider safety.
Black River Falls Route (pictured above): ~220 miles; 6 riding hours
Black River Falls Lite Route (not pictured): ~190 miles; 5 riding hours
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ATTRACTIONS:
  • Black River Falls:  Jackson County Courthouse, Big Orange Moose, Big Mouse, Fox Point Overlook, Williams Ridge Over Lost Falls Park, Leaping Deer
  • Cataract:  Wegner Grotto, Railroad and Doll Museum
  • Melrose:  Melrose Tower
  • Kettrick:  Gilbert Brown Foundation
  • Rustic Roads #54 and #91
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