Not sure this really is an attraction, but the area is lovely and worth a visit if into jogging or hiking.
You can't do the trail all at once, but one of my favorite spots is Gibraltar Rock. I first visited before it was part of the trail 50 years ago! Back then you could drive up to the top! Now it's a 3/4 mile of uphill trail that used to be the road ... once you get to the top... More
Walked the trail near Mauthe Lake State Park including an overnight at the SP. Trail is well marked with yellow way markers. Trails vary from open meadow to deep forests with an abundance of lovely scenery. Some hilly sections walking high on the drumlin. Bring deet as ticks may be adundant, wear long pants and plenty of water.
This is a wonderfully beautiful trail that goes through many towns and the bike trail affords you a good long ride and there is a really cool old bridge that you go through which remains at a very cool temp whatever the temperature is outside...very nice when it;s hot and humid out.
After the splendid dinning experience at the Levee Restaurant in Portage, WI. I traveled to Governor's Bend Park on Co. F. There, I found the beautiful park surrounded by the (now) very clean Fox River, and access to that part of Wisconsin's 'Ice Age Trail'. Ran into a lady and her dog who had never been there and offered to... More
Was staying in Verona on a trip and decided I wanted to get some exercise and try out my new zoom lens. On an overcast Saturday morning the trail had a few bikers and hikers but not many. I walked about 90 minutes but could have gone much longer. The trail is in multiple parts to keep the bikers and... More
My wife and I went for a day hike and really enjoyed the area. Glad we went before the hot sunmmer we had. Make sure to take water with you, some areas have long stretches between water stops.
very nice place to take a walk not alot of people on the trails and they kept it with more treese and they have very good matinece on the paths for ex cutting the grass on the path as well i didnt see any garbage there as well the have dog waste bags to very helpful by the way..
there is more trail open each year. each is quite different in terrain.All are beautiful.
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