Hiking To Pictured Rock Cave, An Aboveground Cave In Wisconsin Will Give You A Surreal Experience
By Ben Jones|Published July 06, 2022
Ben Jones is at heart an adventurer who delights in inspiring others. A former reporter and photojournalist, he explored towns large and small as a Wisconsin correspondent for USA Today. He later became a lead photographer and senior copywriter for an award-winning destination marketing agency, before founding Boldland Creative, a company that produces photography, video, and other content for travel destinations. Jones has completed photography and content projects in more than 15 states and when he’s not looking through a camera or at his Macbook you’ll find him exploring the world’s lakes and forests.
Wyalusing State Park is famous for its spectacular views – the park’s vistas have graced calendars and postcards for generations and the park is one of the state’s ultimate selfie spots. But there’s far more to this sprawling park than a great view. A woodland hike takes visitors to a Wisconsin cave that’s spectacular in its own right. Here’s why you should lace up your hiking shoes and hike to Wisconsin’s Pictured Rocks Cave.
The park is open all year – use caution and use appropriate footgear. Use caution in the winter, as the trail can get a little icy and in the spring the trail can become muddy. Learn more about Wyalusing State Park on the park website. Wisconsin has some incredible cave hikes – here are some sea caves that are simply indescribable.
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