Details: Wisconsin's Ice Age Trail

  • Updated: July 26, 2014 - 2:00 PM

For cool conditions and fewer bugs, spring and fall are the best times to use the trail, although it’s open year-round.

Camping is available in some areas. For lodging options, contact the Wisconsin Bed & Breakfast Association, an IAT partner (1-715-539-9222; wbba.org).

For more information, contact the Ice Age Trail Alliance (1-800-227-0046; iceagetrail.org). View a map on the website.

Trail segment suggestions:

True wilderness: Grassy Lake, Northern and Southern Blue Hills

Extra beautiful: Chippewa Moraine, Lumbercamp, Plover River, Marquette, Lowe Lake, Point Beach

Popular: Devil’s Lake, Lapham Peak, anything in Kettle Moraine State Forest

Easy: St. Croix Falls, Waupaca River, Janesville, Dunes

Challenging: Harrison Hills, Devil’s Lake, Scuppernong

Melanie Radzicki McManus

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