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For information, contact:
Forest Headquarters
N1765 Highway G
Campbellsport WI 53010
262-626-2116

Ice Age Visitor Center
920-533-8322

Jason Quast, Superintendent
Jackie Scharfenberg, Naturalist
Deb Harder, Visitor Services

Mauthe Lake Recreation Area Entrance Station
262-626-4305

Long Lake Recreation Area Entrance Station
920-533-8612

Kettle Moraine State Forest—Northern Unit Audio tour

A view of Dundee Mountain.

DNR Photo

Climb Dundee Mountain along the Summit Trail to discover how the glaciers shaped the landscape of the Kettle Moraine. At eight interpretive stops, learn how the glaciers created such unique landforms as kames, moraines, kettles, eskers, drumlins and outwash plains. Be prepared for steep climbs, descents and stairs on this meandering one-mile loop. The trail begins near campsite #944 in the Long Lake Recreation Area of the Kettle Moraine State Forest – Northern Unit.

Summit Nature Trail on Dundee Mountain (audio tour brochure) [PDF]

Audio tour information [MP Length 00:01:21]

  1. Introduction [MP Length 00:01:32]
  2. White kame [MP Length 00:02:16]
  3. Drumlins [MP Length 00:01:34]
  4. The summit [MP Length 00:01:30]
  5. Eskers [MP Length 00:00:52]
  6. Erratics [MP Length 00:01:10]
  7. Kettles [MP Length 00:01:46]
  8. Conclusion [MP Length 00:00:56]
Last revised: Thursday December 10 2015