Offering Views Of Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, St. Peter’s Dome Is The Best Place To View Fall Foliage In Wisconsin

Though beautiful year-round, Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest looks especially stunning in autumn when it’s drenched in vibrant foliage. And the best place to soak in the seasonal hues that fill the forest is St. Peter’s Dome, the highest point in the area. Read on to learn about the hike that’ll get you there. (It may require some effort, but the expansive views make it well worth it.)

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For more information, call (888) 936-7463. You can also visit the USDA Forest Service website.

So, ever hiked to St. Peter’s Dome? Did you visit in the fall? If so, what’d you think? Tell us in the comments section.

Address: Forest Rd 199, Wisconsin, USA