There is lots of great information on the website about what to wear and take, and what to look out for!
Have a look at the Ice Age Trail Atlas and the Guidebook which really help with trails, starting points, and great tips for your experience.
Take lots of things for energy, and lots of water!
There are hundreds of trailheads and access points located along the 1,200 mile route of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. Some of these are located near established communities, state and local parks with facilities. Access points are generally located every few miles, however, in remote areas they can be more than 10 miles apart.
The whole trail is an education! They assist with one-on-one classroom projects, school presentations, and really help students in learning all about this incredible history.
Speak to staff if you have any questions about terrain or accessibility
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Best to hike in daylight hours
All year round
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