Beulah Bog

East Troy, Wisconsin

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Kettles formed by glacial deposits during the most recent advance of the Ice Age glaciers have turned to bogs, home to a variety of rare plants and some of the most pristine land in this corner of the state.A woodland trail leads to a boardwalk that puts you right in the center of a primeval bog. Name the least-disturbed natural habitat in this corner of the state and it would have to be bogs. Beulah Bog is a good example of these Ice Age relics; its impressive list of credits includes several rare plants and six carnivorous ones. This wetland also features floating mud flats, a bog lake, and a tamarack forest. Best of all, it has a way to get to the middle, a boardwalk.

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"Kettles formed by glacial deposits during the most recent advance of the Ice Age glaciers have turned to bogs, home to a variety of rare plants and some of the most pristine land in this corner of the state.A woodland trail leads to a boardwalk that puts you right in the center of a primeval bog.

Name the least-disturbed natural habitat in this corner of the state and it would have to be bogs. Beulah Bog is a good example of these Ice Age relics; its impressive list of credits includes several rare plants and six carnivorous ones. This wetland also features floating mud flats, a bog lake, and a tamarack forest. Best of all, it has a way to get to the middle, a boardwalk."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: East Troy
Distance: 1
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 30 minutes
Season: April - October
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: DNR Kettle Moraine South- ern Forest, S91W39091 Highway 59, Eagle 53118; (262) 594-6200; dnr.wi.gov
Local Maps: USGS East Troy

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