Corsair Trail has 28.3 miles of one-way groomed trail that varies from gently rolling, easy terrain to somewhat hilly, difficult terrain. The trail winds through red pine forest and along Silver Creek in the Huron National Forest. There are several loops that allow for quick
half hour trips or all day adventures. The trails are marked with blue diamond-shaped confidence markers. The trails are groomed by the Corsair Trail Council and the warming shelter is open most weekends making this a fun winter getaway!
Corsair, Silver Valley and Wrights Lake Trailheads are plowed in winter. Silver Valley and Wrights Lake Trailheads are maintained from Dec. 1, 2015 to Mar. 31, 2016. Corsair Trailhead is maintained year-round. Entry fee applies at Corsair Trailhead, but no fee is required at the Wrights Lake and Silver Lake Trailheads. Water and
toilet facilities are available. Warming shelter available.
Use Monument Road to access Trailheads:
From Corsair Trailhead - This portion of the trail has a spur to a 600 ft. interpretive and fishing trail along Silver Creek.
From Silver Valley Trailhead - This portion of trail offers skiing that is gentler and less hilly. There are two Silver Creek bridge crossings.
From Wrights Lake Trailhead - This portion of the trail provides a little more challenge with longer loops and steeper hills.
NO SNOWSHOEING OR FAT TIRE BIKING
Things To Do
Cross-Country Skiing, Hiking