Yawkey Unit Connecting Trail
The Cuyuna Connecting Trail would be a 5-mile looping, one-way trail featuring flow, rollers and berms, ideal for adventurous families and new cyclists to experience. This trail will connect the Yawkey Unit of trails to the City of Cuyuna and the Pumptrack, which is currently not accessible through the trail system at all. The Cuyuna Connecting Trail would also provide Cuyuna residents the option of mountain biking to and from Crosby-Ironton schools, without riding on the highway. Safe. Convenient. Fun!
(The Crew has raised $132,000)
Looking for a backcountry adventure surrounded by towering oak trees and natural landscape? The Cuyuna Hills trail will be a 10-mile trail unlike anything currently within the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. Currently the longest individual singletrack trail in Cuyuna is less than 2 miles, making this expansion much needed, and anticipated. Cuyuna Hills will be located on Crow Wing County Recreation Land, adjacent to the city of Cuyuna. Once constructed, this will place the city of Cuyuna within the singletrack system, providing expanded cycling opportunities and enhancing accessibility to the city’s pumptrack.
(The Crew needs to raise $132,000)
Manual Mine Singletrack Gravity Flow Trail
If you like Cuyuna’s Screamer, Sand Hog and Bob Sled trails, you’ll love the intermediate-level gravity flow trail we’re cooking up. Located north of Crosby and south of Cuyuna in the Yawkey Unit, this trail will be 3 miles of pure enjoyment. The addition of this gravity flow trail to our system will contribute to the advancement of our Ride Center ranking, putting Cuyuna among the top singletrack mountain bike trail systems in the world.
(The Crew needs to raise $55,000).