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Best Trails of Wisconsin

hiking, road biking, mountain biking, walking, running

 

#1. North Kettle Moraine
A shaded walk along the top of a moraine. Of all the 60-some miles of Ice Age Trail in the Kettle Moraine State Forest, this is the trail segment with the longest continuous stretch of woods. The wood...
From the guidebook "Hiking Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Dundee, WI - Hiking - 10.3 miles


#2. Sea Caves
Spectacular mainland sea caves. Sandstone sea caves, carved by waves and ice, are the signature landmark of the Apostles Islands area. A mile of shoreline east of Meyers Road offers the only opportuni...
From the guidebook "Hiking Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Bayfield, WI - Hiking - 4.8 miles


#3. Blackhawk Ridge
A quiet trail system featuring hardwood forests and bluff top views of the Wisconsin River valley. Blackhawk Ridge has a quiet trail system featuring fine views of the Wisconsin River Valley. A privat...
From the guidebook "Hiking Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Madison, WI - Hiking - 8.3 miles


#4. Hidden Lakes
Quiet lakes, hemlock groves. The Hidden Lakes Trail, the longest loop hike in this guidebook, has no trouble living up to its name. Ten lakes border this route, with eight of them tucked away in quiet...
From the guidebook "Hiking Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Eagle River, WI - Hiking - 13 miles


#5. Blackhawk Memorial Park Campground
This quiet county park on the East Branch Pecatonica River is sure to have an open campsite. Blackhawk Memorial Park isn’t exactly the most publicized place around. This Lafayette County Park, located...
From the guidebook "The Best In Tent Camping: Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Argyle, WI - Campgrounds


#6. Lake La Grange
A quiet footpath leads from a historic log cabin through a mature hardwood forest to a peaceful lake and marsh rich in wildlife. When you step out of your car at the Oleson Cabin the quiet ambiance of...
From the guidebook "Hiking Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Whitewater, WI - Hiking - 9 miles


#7. Milwaukee Lakefront
Parking is best and pretty cheap at the Milwaukee Art Museum (MAM) near Veterans Park, although free parking is located farther north. The Milwaukee Lakefront Trail used to be called the Milwaukee 76 ...
From the guidebook "Short Bike Rides in and around Chicago"
Hiking Trails
Milwaukee, WI - Road Biking - 5.9 miles


#8. Devil's Lake to Parfrey's Glen
A through-hike connecting sweeping bluff-top views at Devil’s Lake with the intimate charms of Parfrey’s Glen. Two of the most scenic hikes in south central Wisconsin, the East Bluff of Devil’s Lake a...
From the guidebook "Hiking Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Baraboo, WI - Hiking - 9.9 miles


#9. Elroy-Sparta State Trail
This is an exceptionally beautiful trail with the added interest of three railroad tunnels along the route. Five pleasant trail towns are oriented toward “trail tourism” and cater to all types of user...
From the guidebook "Rails-To-Trails: Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Elroy, WI - Rail-Trails - 34 miles


#10. Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive: Kettle Moraine State Forest
This 115-mile drive follows the Kettle Moraine, a long ridge of forested hills that mark where two great arms of the last glacier butted up against each other. The route follows the Kettle Moraine Sce...
From the guidebook "Scenic Driving Wisconsin"
Hiking Trails
Slinger, WI - Scenic Drives - 115 miles



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