You'll briefly ride along a fence line and then turn left and cross the first of many trestles as seen here where you cross the Wisconsin River on a 400+ foot long trestle...
The scenery immediately turns stunning. Along much of the trail you are seemingly secluded, with shrouds of trees and foliage between you and the road. The only sounds I heard for many stretches were the sound of my tires on the gravel and the wind in my face. In the winter, this is a snowmobile trail, but the remainder of the year it is clearly marked for hiking and biking only. The trail is mostly double track and in decent condition. There had been rain overnight and puddles remained in low spots, but most of the trail was dry already.
Since it is a snowmobile route, you benefit from all the work the snowmobile club puts into the trail, including directional signs to local businesses near the trail as seen here...
At Mile 4 you reach Clear Lake and can enjoy viewing a few of the homes that surround the lovely lake.
Just before you reach Lake Nokomis, you enter Oneida County where they call the trail is the Bearskin Trail. It was newly graveled and graded and is a bit wider here and also more crowded since it runs through the town. Stop for food or treats here because this is about that is available along the trail!
Parking is available in Nokomis and also at Beach Road and County N at a small park with pavilion.
Here's a view of Lake Nokomis from the trail. This section of Wisconsin is reputed to have one of the densest concentrations of lakes in the world.