Chippewa Moraine: Council Grounds State Park to New Auburn Professional Review and Guide
"This 100-mile drive runs due west, sometimes crossing, sometimes running south of, and sometimes running north of the winding line of hills called the Chippewa moraine, a landform left by the last Ice Age glacier eleven thousand years ago. Starting at Council Grounds State Park north of Merrill, this route mostly runs on a back road called County Highway M, rolling through forests, hills, and tamarack bogs.
Special attractions: Council Grounds State Park, Chequamegon National Forest, Chippewa Moraine Ice Age Scientific Reserve, camping, hiking, biking, wildlife watching, fishing, boating. This eTrail is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more."