18 Wisconsin Hikes Along The Ice Age Trail That Are Picture Perfect In The Winter

Did you know that the most recent North American advance of the North American ice sheet is known as the Wisconsin Episode?

So much of our terrain was determined by the glaciers that moved through our land and made changes along the way. The 1,100-mile Ice Age National Scenic Trail is one of just a handful of nationally recognized trails in the country and it gives us the incredible opportunity to see and enjoy protected areas of our state that have been thousands of years in the making.

Have you hit the Ice Age Trail in the winter? We want to hear all about it in the comments. Don’t forget to share your pictures with us, too!

Looking for more winter adventure? Check out Here Are 12 Spots In Wisconsin You Must Explore This Winter

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