The Ice Age Trail Is A Challenging Hike In Wisconsin That Will Make Your Stomach Drop

It may be over 1,000 miles long, but the most scenic section of the Ice Age Trail is a 10.8-mile section that runs through Devil’s Lake in Wisconsin. If the name “Devil’s Lake” isn’t enticing enough, know that the Ice Age Trail is one of eight National Scenic Trails in the United States, marking it as one of the most breathtaking hikes in the country. 

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The next time you find yourself in America’s Dairyland, stop in Baraboo and check out the trails along Devil’s Lake State Park, located at S 5975 Park Road.

Address: S5975 Park Rd, Baraboo, WI 53913, USA