ICE AGE TRAIL MAP WISCONSIN
Currently in the process of being built, this major new National Scenic Trail will eventually be about 1000 miles long. About a third of the trail is now finished and open.
Difficulty varies from easy to moderate. The trail extends from the shore of Lake Michigan to the St. Croix River at the Minnesota border, winding throughout much of the southern and central regions of Wisconsin.
It follows along glacial moraines (ridges formed by debris deposited during the last ice age). A small portion of the trail is in Chequamegon National Forest, and it also passes through some state parks, state forests, and private lands.
Camping Regulations: Within Chequamegon National Forest camping is allowed almost anywhere along the trail, except where posted otherwise, and campfires are allowed.
Designated campsites must generally be used on state lands, and a camping fee is sometimes charged. Legal campsites are not available at the present time along some stretches of the trail.
For Further Information: Ice Age National Scenic Trail, National Park Service, 1709 Jackson Street, Omaha, NE 68102.