How long is the Janesville Ice Age Trail?

How long is the Janesville Ice Age Trail?

10 mile
Ice Age Trail: Janesville is a 10 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Janesville, Wisconsin that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels.

Where does the Ice Age Trail start in Wisconsin?

Ice Age Trail

Ice Age National Scenic Trail
Length 675 miles (1,086 km) completed 1,200 miles (1,900 km) planned
Location Wisconsin, United States
Designation National Scenic Trail
Trailheads Potawatomi State Park, Door County, Wisconsin Interstate State Park near St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin

What path does the Ice Age Trail show?

The route of the Ice Age Trail generally follows the last outline of the most recent glacier. The basic features defining the route are the Kettle Moraine of eastern Wisconsin and the most recent terminal moraine as it extends west and north.

How long is the Ice Age?

The Ice Ages began 2.4 million years ago and lasted until 11,500 years ago. During this time, the earth’s climate repeatedly changed between very cold periods, during which glaciers covered large parts of the world (see map below), and very warm periods during which many of the glaciers melted.

Where does the Ice Age Trail go in Wisconsin?

The Ice Age Trail goes through several state and federal lands in Wisconsin, including traveling many miles through county and private lands. In addition to the state parks and forests listed below (from west to east along the trail), the Ice Age Trail travels through many state wildlife and fishery areas and some state natural areas.

How big is the Ice Age Trail Atlas?

The Atlas contains more than 100, 1:48,000-scale, color maps of the entire trail and also shows parking areas, toilets, campgrounds, shelters and dispersed camping areas. The Guidebook provides a complete description of the entire trail including lodging and dining information.

Is the Ice Age Trail open for hunting?

SIATAs are open for hiking/walking. Some properties or portions of properties are open for hunting and trapping during the Wisconsin state parks hunting time frame. No hunting or trapping is allowed within 100 yards of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail on SIATA properties.