Stump Farm Trail Race 2015

Be there 10/25/15

And, check out joining our Team!  We have our Fall meeting at Ashwaubenon High School, main commons, just inside the main entrance at 6pm on October 12.  Sign up and learn about the team.

Stump Farm Trail Race, 5k and half marathon runs and 15 and 30 mile!  mountain bike. The Stump Farm is one of the main fundraisers for our team, and we hope you enjoy the day and support our team once again..find the donation box too – we appreciate it.

  10 Milers are off

The Stump Farm will have 5k and half marathon runs on the trails at the Brown County Reforestation Camp near Green Bay starting at 9 am, WI. The 5k is on gentle, wide trails with a grass or gravel base. The half marathon is primarily on single track trails over rolling, twisty, wooded terrain.   There will be a 15 mile mountain bike race, done as one lap on the same single track course after a 2 mile, 2 track roll out.  New in 2015, because you asked, we will have a 2 lap 30 mile  bike race as well, both these races will start at noon. 

We will, again, leaf blow the single track, a real treat in the fall for runners and bikers alike!


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Here is a course map for the 5k:


Same course 2014!

all races Same course in 2014!

And the Half and mountain Bike:

2013sftrmb and half

Check out the Facebook event and join in on the conversation.







Nicolet Nor-Ski 2014

Join us for the 2014, Nicolet Nor-Ski. February 2, 2014.  The current forecast (2pm on Tuesday 1/28…) shows 10F at the 36k race start with a light west wind.  Spring skiing!


Excited to announce support for our event by Madshus!


The Ashwaubenon Nordic Ski Team and Lakewood Ski Club will host 36K and 7K ski races on Sunday, February 2, 2014, partnering with McCauslin Brook Golf Course and the Chequamegon/Nicolet National Forest Service.

The scenic beauty, consistent snow, excellent grooming, and challenging terrain of the Lakewood trails have led to a revival of the Nicolet Nor-ski combined with a Wisconsin High School Nordic League Invitation race. Ski races have not been held on the hilly Lakewood trails in the Nicolet National Forest since 2004.

About the trails by Bryan Fish,  US Ski team coach

“Lakewood is one of my favorite places to ski – if not my favorite – anywhere.

If you like the Birkie trail then I’m confident you’ll like the Lakewood trails.

The combination of terrain, aesthetics and Pisten Bully grooming inspired me to bring the UW-Green Bay ski team up there for off-weekend training when I lived in Green Bay.  Personally,  Lakewoods was a sanctuary. I would head up after work in March and I would enjoy the immaculately groomed roller-coaster like terrain and had the place all to myself. It is a hidden gem in Midwest skiing. Lakewood ski trails holds a particularly important  place for me, for it was there that I decided to pursue ski coaching on a full time basis. “

The Race

The 36K Nor-ski will be groomed for both classic and skate techniques, with wave starts limited to 20 persons.  Classic technique will lead off at 12 noon am with skate waves beginning at 12:15am.  The High school racers for the 7K skate technique will have wave starts at beginning at 10 am. The Middle school racers will have a 4.5 K course for their skate style race at 10:30 after the last HS racers. The citizens’ 7k open will start at 12:30pm.

Course maps with profile are available here.

Sign up on

All racers will have access to the McCauslin Brook Club House for registration and awards. 36k and 7k Open racers will have a complementary lunch/snack, available to MS/HS skiers for a small charge. The race will be chip timed and there will be six feed and support stations on the course.  The 7k will have 10 year age groups to 60 plus, male and female.  The 36K open race will have 5 year award spans again up to 60+ years old, for both genders. The 36K classic race will have 10 yea age awards to 60+.

McCauslin Brook Golf Course, race headquarters, is located at:
17067 Club House Lane
Lakewood, WI 54138

More information for our school age racers is here

 Costs and registration

Citizen race:

7K – $20
36K – $50
$10 additional fee for day of race registration.

High school/middle school racers is $5.

All proceeds benefit the middle and high school Nordic ski programs of the Ashwaubenon Nordic Ski Team.

Many people have told both Ashwaubenon and Lakewood club members how exciting this revival is.  We think so too.  Come on out and join in the excitement.  The Nor-ski is back!