Hike Wisconsin’s Spectacular Blue Hills, An Ancient Mountain Range You Might Have Never Heard Of

Wisconsin’s forested Blue Hills are an underappreciated natural treasure. You’ll understand the name when you approach the hills early in the morning; they take on a dusty blue hue from a distance, rising up from the surrounding countryside. The Blue Hills are not as well known as some other hiking destinations in Wisconsin, but they offer some unique trails that are unlike any others in the Dairy State.

Lace up your boots – here’s what you can discover in Wisconsin’s amazing Blue Hills.

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You have a lot of hiking options in the Blue Hills, including the Blue Hills Nature Trail (1.5 miles) the Blue Hills Trails (23 miles), and the Ice Age Trail (27 miles). The hiking can be rugged and depending on the season, the trails can get a little muddy. The effort is worth it! Interested in more amazing places to hike in the Dairy State? Put these scenic trails on your bucket list.

Address: Blue Hills Felsenmeer, Weyerhaeuser, WI 54895, USA