Blue Hills / Devils Creek

Weyerhauser, Wisconsin 54526

Blue Hills / Devils Creek

Blue Hills / Devils Creek Professional Review and Guide

"This trek along the Blue Hills segment of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail rises and falls through birch and pine forest, crossing Devils Creek a few times, bringing you to a suggested turnaround point at some wetlands. Two creeks mark the beginning and end of this hike.

Each is a gurgling gem, temping you to stay a while and contemplate its secrets. Walk north from the trailhead, and a subtle but beautiful scene unfolds. The path follows the crest of a small ridge, 80 feet above Devils Creek, winding among birches and pines before dropping to a bridged crossing."

Blue Hills / Devils Creek Reviews

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7/11/2018
This area is relatively easy to hike. There are some nice shady woods and a stream with occasional small pools. You'll likely run into some trout fishermen while you're here.
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Trail Information

Weyerhauser
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
4.6
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
2 hours
Duration
April - October
Season
Ice Age Trail Alliance, 2110 Main St., Cross Plains, 53528; (800) 227-0046; www.iceagetrail.org
Local Contacts
USGS Bucks Lake; Ice Age Trail Segment Map #68
Local Maps

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Jul 2018