Backpacking Trails in Wisconsin
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Backpacking Trails in Wisconsin

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3 - 22 mi
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Wisconsin has 27 backpacking trails. These trails range from 3.6 to 22.6 miles in length. The most popular trails are Marengo River / Porcupine Lake, Deer Island Lake, Ashippun, Watertown, Columbus and and Beaver Dam. Trails.com member Emily R. recently completed New Glarus, Sugar River Bike Trail, and New Glarus Woods State Park.
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If you are looking for a long hike in the wilderness, this segment of the North Country ...
Green County reminds the traveler of the verdant green hills and meadows of Switzerland. ...
No matter the season, this westernmost section of Waukesha County offers plenty of things ...
Wisconsin's capitol, Madison, is affectionately called "Mad City" by the locals. This ...
From Sheboygan drive north on I–43 only 27 miles to Manitowoc, the next stop on a day-tripper’s ...
This jaunt out of Milwaukee is a short, quick drive to several fun places just north of ...
Large, oak-shaded homes and vast, landscaped lawns—with all the appropriate bayberry and ...
County Highway O will take you to Ashippun, home of the Honey Acres, a real honey of a ...
Dodge County was settled in the early 1800s by East Coast Yankees looking for rich farmland. ...
This region is easily accessed from a continuation of Sheboygan–Sheboygan Falls–Kohler. ...
After leaving Harrington Beach State Park, drive north along Sauk Trail Road and cross ...
Kenosha, voted the "Second Best City to Raise a Family" by Readers Digest magazine, has ...
Jefferson County is an hour's drive from Milwaukee, proudly proclaiming that it lies along ...
Only 45 minutes from General Billy Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee and ninety ...
Janesville was named in 1836 for early settler Henry Janes, after the Black Hawk War. ...
The Wisconsin Dells symbolize tourism in the Midwestern consciousness. Flatlanders from ...
The Spring Green area offers a ton of activities that capture the fancy of the day-tripper. ...
French explorers first visited the Fond du Lac area in the early 1700s and established ...
Sheboygan, a former Great Lakes fishing port and a city of 51,000 residents, lies at the ...
Ten thousand years ago, the glaciers crunched across Wisconsin and flattened the landscape. ...
Driving west from Milwaukee along I-94, the day-tripper has a straight shot toward adventure. ...
Originally called “Prairie Village” due to its proximity to a Potawatomi Indian village, ...
Oshkosh is the seat of Winnebago County, located on the west shore of Lake Winnebago and ...
Explorer Jean Nicolet visited Green Bay in 1634 in his search for a route to the Orient. ...
For a fast getaway to a relatively rural area close to Milwaukee, this road trip can be ...
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