Trail Updates

This page is dedicated to notifying fellow sled enthusiasts of trail hazards and trail closures along the Falcon Trailblazers trail system.

Please check back regularly and Happy Trailblazing.

Please contact John Matzke 262 537 4669 to notify any trail hazards or trail problems.  Alternatively you can email updates to

Please note: Trail numbers listed below are not marked on the trail but are a reference for Falcon Trailblazer Club members.

– TRAIL 1 (HWY 50 / (HWY 83 / HWY 75)     

From Brass Ball Mobile gas station heading West 1/8 mile (JUNCTION North, South and West). Heading West mostly along roadside, this trail shall connect up with Twin Runners Trail at Marathon gas station HWY 50/83.

– TRAIL 2 (HWY 75/ CO. HWY K)

Heading south at HWY 50 (JUNCTION West, South and East) heading South along CO. HWY F. Next, heading towards fields cross before heading East to intersection CO. HWY AH/265 AVE.

– TRAIL 3 (CO HWY AH / 265 AVE)

Heading south 1/2 mile or so, then East into fields coming out to HWY 83. ( JUNCTION North and South) South to Haug Heaven Bar and Grill, 1/2 mile, and the North trail shall cross HWY 83 heading North 1/8 mile to corner HWY 83/98th Street. (JUNCTION North and East) East trail shall go east on 98th St. connecting up with Prairie Riders Trails on HWY C and the North trail shall be a spur trail to SandLots Bar and Grill.

 – TRAIL 4 (CO. HWY C / (HWY 83 / 103th St)

Starting at Haug Heaven Bar and Grill heading South 1/4 mile to CO. HWY C, mostly ditch banging heading West  on HWY C to HWY B.


Proposed Wilmot Trail to Illinois State line.


This is currently a spur trail (with club ambitions to complete a loop in our system) heading North on CO. HWY B mostly ditch banging to CO. HWY F. Heading East on CO. HWY F 1 mile to Silver Lake Marina.

– Trail 7 (East Side of Paddock Lake to Hide A Way)

This is currently a spur trail (with club and business owners ambitions we could complete another loop in our trail system) CO. HWY K / 288 Ave. heading east into fields through the woods (JUNCTION West and South), West heading to Paddock Lack (ending at 236 Ave) and the South trail continuing South crossing HWY 50 Heading into Bryzek’s Farms. The trail then heads South down an old bridail trail to 84th Street, which it then heads 1/4 mile to Hide A Way Bar and Grill.

– Trail 8

Proposed Hide A Way Bar and Grill trail heading South to Lumpy’s Bar and Grill to connect our loop in that area.

– Trail 9 (West Side of Paddock Lake)

This is currently a spur trail. CO. HWY K / 248th Ave crossing over HWY K into Paddock Lake heading South down the center of the Double Lanes (248th Ave.). (JUNCTION South and East) East Heading 1/3rd mile to Paddock Lake. The Sooth trail continuing to 74th Street heading East to 246th Ave. Next heading South to HWY 50 ( Trail Ends).


Posted November 5, 2011 by admin