With Stunning Views And Rock Formations, The Little-Known Devil's Doorway Trail In Wisconsin Is Unexpectedly Maicgical
By Celina Colby|Published June 26, 2022
Celina Colby is a Boston-based writer and native New Englander who has been covering travel, arts, food, and culture nationally for ten years. When she's not on deadline you can often find her reading, sewing, and searching for the perfect empanada.
This remarkable trail is part of a much larger natural legacy. The Ice Age Trail is a National Scenic Trail that stretches 1,200 miles across Wisconsin. Devil’s Doorway, is a two-mile loop trail near Baraboo, Wisconsin. Though this path is technically not part of the Ice Age Trail, it’s just a tenth of a mile shy and has become unofficially part of that stretch.
Some hikes are worth the strenuous climb, and the Devil’s Doorway Trail in Wisconsin is absolutely one of them. At the end of the trail, you’ll be rewarded with beautiful views, ancient and fascinating rock formations, and a cool lake ready for a swim.
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