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Chippewa Moraine State Recreation Area Trail descriptions

The Chippewa Moraine segment of the Ice Age National Scientific Reserve includes 23 miles of well-marked trails. The trails are for foot travel only and motorized vehicles, horses or mountain bikes are not allowed in the Chippewa Moraine.

Hiking Snowshoeing Hiking and Interpretive trails

Hiker in the Chippewa Moraine
The Ice Age Trail follows the edge of the last continental glacier in Wisconsin.

The most popular trails at Chippewa Moraine are the three, self-guided trails that begin at the interpretive center. Hike or snowshoe the trails to see glacial kettle lakes, hummocks, ice-walled lake plains and wildlife.

Hiking Snowshoeing Ice Age Trail Ice Age National Scenic Trail

The Ice Age National Scenic Trail travels through the Chippewa Moraine, connecting to the interpretive center and loop trails and the three primitive, outpost campsites. The entire trail is over 1,000 miles long and follows the edge of the last continental glacier in Wisconsin.

Last revised: Thursday August 10 2017