The Plumley-Maud trail traverses the hilly slopes uphill from the Jim and Mud Lakes area, and connects the ends of two neighborhood roads. The trail is multi-use, enjoyed for dog walking, skiing, running, 4-wheeling and snowmachineing.
The winding trail moves through boreal forest, black spruce and offers lovely views of Burnt Butte and Lazy Mountain.
The Plumley-Maud North Trailhead departs from the end of Maud Road, and the Plumley-Maud South Trailhead at the end of Plumley road. The trail can also connect to the Rippy Trail and Morgan Horse Trail. At each trailhead, respect all the privacy of the homes nearby.
Meandering side trails depart from the main Plumley-Maud trail, follow signs to stay on trail the main trail. Snowmachiners and ATV riders must yield to non-motorized trail users and keep their speeds under 10 mph.