Greenbush Trail System
Current Greenbush Ski Trail Condition Reports
The seven newest ski trail condition reports are shown for each Greenbush ski trail loop. The "All" section below gives a general overview and rating of all ski trails at Greenbush. See the trail reports under each trail color for specific trail conditions. Want to post a ski trail report for Greenbush? Click the report icon in the colored bar for each trail below. Better yet, sign up on twitter and post Greenbush ski trail reports from your cell phone. Signup & Post Trail Reports.
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Trail Reporters Needed For Greenbush Ski Trails
HELP needed!! I'm looking for cross country skiers who would like to post trail condition reports for Greenbush ski trails. The Greenbush Trails' page is designed as a community driven ski trail condition report page. Anyone with a Twitter account may post trail reports from the Twitter web site or from their cell phone. Skiers with cell phones and texting (sms) capability are highly encouraged to send tweets from their phone! Sending a Greenbush ski trail condition report after or during skiing is IDEAL and helpful for other skiers. It's FREE! Find out How To Signup and Send Valid Trail Reports.
Greenbush Trail Distances
The purple signed loop is 5.1 miles; the green is 3.6 miles; the red is 2.4 miles; the pink is .7 miles and the brown is 1.0 mile.
Greenbush trails Difficulty
Skiing is difficult on portions of every loop, even the brown has some hills. The green has many challenging hills and is by far the most difficult to ski. The purple trail is the longest loop. If you've parked in the lower lot, you get to climb the hardest hills in this loop first. The pink trail is short and narrow with some steep curving sections.
Greenbush Trailhead Location
Greenbush ski area is on Kettle Moraine Dr., three miles south of Hwy 23 and the village of Greenbush in Sheboygan County Wisconsin. There are lower, middle and upper parking lots. A heated shelter is located near the lower parking lot. Both the upper and lower lots have men's and ladies' restrooms (Caution: Don't freeze your buns!).
Greenbush Trail Fees
A daily or annual State Park vehicle admission sticker is required. There is a self-pay station at the lower and upper parking lots.
A snowmobile trail crosses all but the pink and brown loops.
Please; no hiking, snowshoeing, biking or pets on groomed ski trails. A hiking or snowshoeing trail can be accessed from the upper or lower lots.