WISCONSIN – Ice Age National Scenic Trail

Ice Age National Scenic Trail

I love hiking, and I’m lucky to live just steps from the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.  The trail is 1,200 miles long and travels through 31 of Wisconsin’s 72 counties. It generally follows the outline of the last glacier. The southwest portion of Wisconsin that was not touched by glaciers is referred to as the Driftless Area.  Here are some photos I took while hiking Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail.

Cross Plains Segment

Table Bluff Segment

Valley View Segment

Gibraltor Rock Segment

Indian Lake Segment

Here’s more information related to the Ice Age Trail.

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