by Eric Hansen, revised by Kevin Revolinski (Falcon Guides)
© 2016 Eric Hansen, revised by Kevin Revolinski/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.
A enjoyable trail. My wife and I were unsure what to expect, and enjoyed this one throughly. The scenery was beautiful, we did not run into anyone on the trail, and the ranger was knowledgable. We took this trail all the way east to Count Highway E, and also included a number of logging roads. If one goes all the way to "E" then the trail (with the loop) is 23 miles long. We managed to get over 30 miles by adding a few logging roads. There is a fair amount of elevation change that can generate a sweat on even a cool day. The trail in the Ice Age Reserve is better maintained the the trail outside the reserve. But in all cases, the trail was well marked and we had no problem keeping on the trail. Be aware that selective logging proceeds on the county lands, and that the trail might disappear if logging is occurring on the trail. The scenery was interesting and the elevation changes were moderate. We accomplished 30 miles in 2 days with packs.
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