Trail Map





Brown County Portion

The 83 mile Mountain-Bay trail spans Brown, Shawano and Marathon counties.  Its name is derived from Rib Mountain in Marathon County and Green Bay in Brown County.  The trail is built on an abandoned railroad path and has a crushed stone surface. 

The Brown County portion of the trail runs from the Village of Howard to the Village of Pulaski and is approximately 12 miles in length.   Starting from the trailhead in Howard, the trail passes through a mix of woods, newly developed housing and farmland. The trail features numerous small bridges and a few road overpasses.  Pulaski is a particularly trail-friendly area with several business catering to trail users including the Trail's End Bar and Grill, Mountain-Bay Plaza and the Trailside Convenience Store.

Care should be taken to avoid getting too close to the sloping trail shoulders due to occasional steep drop-offs. 

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Directions Home

From Green Bay, take Velp Ave. west to Riverview Dr.  Turn right on Riverview Dr. and then left on Lakeview Dr. Continue on Lakeview Dr. for about 2 tenths of a mile.  The trailhead is on the left side of the road and a small parking lot is on the right.  

Parking Home

The trailhead on Lakeview Dr. has a small parking lot with  overflow parking available along the roadside.  Anston has another small parking lot off of Woodside Dr., about 6.7 miles from the trailhead.    



Restrooms Home

Both the Lakeview Dr. and Anston Access parking lots contain portable restrooms.

Rules Home

The trail is open from sunrise to sunset.
No motorized vehicles allowed.
Dogs are allowed but must be on a leash (5 foot maximum leash).
Horses are not allowed.  

Trail Fees Home

Trail passes are required for bicyclists age 16 and over.  There is no fee for walking/running on the trail.  

Daily Passes cost $4 and are available at self-registration stations along the trail.

Annual state trail passes cost $20 and are valid at all state trails.  

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