Southern Kettle Challenge

Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Southern Kettle Challenge

Southern Kettle Challenge Professional Review and Guide

"At the gateway to the beautiful Kettle Moraine State Forest, biking here is renowned. You leave from a town named for the silt at the river’s bottom and ride east. Along the route experience the peacefulness of rolling hills as the challenge approaches a village named after an oasis city in the Syrian Desert. Riding the rolling ridge, you pass Ottawa Trail Park as the route turns southward. You then cruise down to a town named by a couple of surveyors who saw a large bald eagle rise up. Farther south you pass an open-air museum that showcases early pioneer living in Wisconsin.

Rolling in and out of the kettled forest, you soon pass through another village that was once used as a stagecoach stop. Next you sidestep southwest and stop in a village named after a French general. Now circling to the west on Kettle Moraine Road, stop at a well dug in 1895 and fill your water bottles. You then come full circle back to the north and soon return to the lakefront park in Whitewater."

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Trail Information

Nearby City
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
Spring through fall
Whitewater Chamber of Commerce; Walworth County Visitors Bureau
Local Contacts
DeLorme: Wisconsin Atlas and Gazetteer: Page 29 B7.
Local Maps

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Oct 2018