About the Mecca Trails
There are 21 kilometers (13 miles) of groomed cross-country ski trails, the entire trail system is track set for classic skiers and a groomed skate lane.
The terrain was created by the glaciers thousands of years ago. The forest has stands of hemlocks and pines. There are hardwood uplands of maple and oaks, and wetlands of black spruce, cedars, and tamarack. The trails have great views at the Little Turtle Wildlife Area.
MECCA Ski Club maintains the trails and depends on memberships, donations, and volunteers. The club actively collaborates with the Town of Mercer, Iron County Parks and Forestry Department, and Wisconsin DNR.
MECCA is a 501c3 non profit organization. Community focused and volunteer driven. Memberships and donations are appreciated.
Sat. January 29th @ 1pm Auction: 2010 Ski-Doo SKANDIC SWT V-800
The Mercer Cross Country Ski Club, Inc. (MECCA) purchased the snowmobile in 2009; one owner. The snowmobile has been used as a pulling unit to groom cross country ski trails. Unit has been routinely maintained and has no history of mechanical problems. Last serviced on 01/2022.