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WISCONSIN, ICE AGE, NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL, Patch, Nice Colors, 2-1/2" x 2-1/8" Beautiful Patch
WISCONSIN, Kettle Moraine State Forest
ICE AGE, NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL
THANKS FOR LOOKING.
2-1/2" x 2-1/8"
Very Nice Colors!
NEW 
The Ice Age Trail is a National Scenic Trail located entirely within Wisconsin.
The trail is also one of 42 designated Wisconsin state trails and the only one specifically designated as a "State Scenic Trail."
From Interstate State Park on the Minnesota border to Potawatomi State Park on Lake Michigan, the Ice Age Trail winds for more than 1,000 miles, following the edge of the last continental glacier in Wisconsin.
One of only 11 National Scenic Trails, the Ice Age Trail is intended to be a premier hiking trail and conservation resource for silent sport and outdoor enthusiasts.
The trail traverses some of Wisconsin’s most scenic landscapes and helps tell the story of the last Ice Age by highlighting Wisconsin's unique glacial features. Recreation along the Ice Age Trail The Ice Age Trail is primarily an off-road hiking and backpacking trail that provides excellent opportunities for sightseeing, wildlife viewing and bird watching.
In winter, some sections of the trail are open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
The few sections of the Ice Age Trail that use the same corridor as state rail trails, such as the Sugar River State Trail, allow for bicycling and snowmobiling on the rail trail corridor.
ATVs and other motorized vehicles are not permitted on any segment of the Ice Age Trail. Camping Opportunities are available for camping along the Ice Age Trail in national, state and county forests and in many state and county parks, including some private campgrounds.
Campgrounds can vary from primitive walk-in campsites to facilities complete with electric hookups.
When planning a trip, it is best to check ahead of time for camping locations and availability.
The Ice Age Trail Atlas and Guidebook, which are available for sale from the Ice Age Trail Alliance, provide camping and lodging details for all segments of the trail. Beautiful Patch WISCONSIN, Kettle Moraine State Forest ICE AGE, NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL THANKS FOR LOOKING. 2-1/2" x 2-1/8" Very Nice Colors! NEW The Ice Age Trail is a National Scenic Trail located entirely within Wisconsin. The trail is also one of 42 designated Wisconsin state trails and the only one specifically designated as a "State Scenic Trail." From Interstate State Park on the Minnesota border to Potawatomi State Park on Lake Michigan, the Ice Age Trail winds for more than 1,000 miles, following the edge of the last continental glacier in Wisconsin. One of only 11 National Scenic Trails, the Ice Age Trail is intended to be a premier hiking trail and conservation resource for silent sport and outdoor enthusiasts. The trail traverses some of Wisconsin’s most scenic landscapes and helps tell the story of the last Ice Age by highlighting Wisconsin's unique glacial features. Recreation along the Ice Age Trail The Ice Age Trail is primarily an off-road hiking and backpacking trail that provides excellent opportunities for sightseeing, wildlife viewing and bird watching. In winter, some sections of the trail are open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. The few sections of the Ice Age Trail that use the same corridor as state rail trails, such as the Sugar River State Trail, allow for bicycling and snowmobiling on the rail trail corridor. ATVs and other motorized vehicles are not permitted on any segment of the Ice Age Trail. Camping Opportunities are available for camping along the Ice Age Trail in national, state and county forests and in many state and county parks, including some private campgrounds. Campgrounds can vary from primitive walk-in campsites to facilities complete with electric hookups. When planning a trip, it is best to check ahead of time for camping locations and availability. The Ice Age Trail Atlas and Guidebook, which are available for sale from the Ice Age Trail Alliance, provide camping and lodging details for all segments of the trail.Gregoriou Brothers Refrigeration Since 1979Frosty-Freeze
WISCONSIN, ICE AGE, NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL, Patch, Nice Colors, 2-1/2" x 2-1/8" Beautiful Patch
WISCONSIN, Kettle Moraine State Forest
ICE AGE, NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL
THANKS FOR LOOKING.
2-1/2" x 2-1/8"
Very Nice Colors!
NEW 
The Ice Age Trail is a National Scenic Trail located entirely within Wisconsin.
The trail is also one of 42 designated Wisconsin state trails and the only one specifically designated as a "State Scenic Trail."
From Interstate State Park on the Minnesota border to Potawatomi State Park on Lake Michigan, the Ice Age Trail winds for more than 1,000 miles, following the edge of the last continental glacier in Wisconsin.
One of only 11 National Scenic Trails, the Ice Age Trail is intended to be a premier hiking trail and conservation resource for silent sport and outdoor enthusiasts.
The trail traverses some of Wisconsin’s most scenic landscapes and helps tell the story of the last Ice Age by highlighting Wisconsin's unique glacial features. Recreation along the Ice Age Trail The Ice Age Trail is primarily an off-road hiking and backpacking trail that provides excellent opportunities for sightseeing, wildlife viewing and bird watching.
In winter, some sections of the trail are open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
The few sections of the Ice Age Trail that use the same corridor as state rail trails, such as the Sugar River State Trail, allow for bicycling and snowmobiling on the rail trail corridor.
ATVs and other motorized vehicles are not permitted on any segment of the Ice Age Trail. Camping Opportunities are available for camping along the Ice Age Trail in national, state and county forests and in many state and county parks, including some private campgrounds.
Campgrounds can vary from primitive walk-in campsites to facilities complete with electric hookups.
When planning a trip, it is best to check ahead of time for camping locations and availability.
The Ice Age Trail Atlas and Guidebook, which are available for sale from the Ice Age Trail Alliance, provide camping and lodging details for all segments of the trail.
Beautiful Patch
WISCONSIN, Kettle Moraine State Forest
ICE AGE, NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL
THANKS FOR LOOKING.
2-1/2" x 2-1/8"
Very Nice Colors!
NEW 
The Ice Age Trail is a National Scenic Trail located entirely within Wisconsin.
The trail is also one of 42 designated Wisconsin state trails and the only one specifically designated as a "State Scenic Trail."
From Interstate State Park on the Minnesota border to Potawatomi State Park on Lake Michigan, the Ice Age Trail winds for more than 1,000 miles, following the edge of the last continental glacier in Wisconsin.
One of only 11 National Scenic Trails, the Ice Age Trail is intended to be a premier hiking trail and conservation resource for silent sport and outdoor enthusiasts.
The trail traverses some of Wisconsin’s most scenic landscapes and helps tell the story of the last Ice Age by highlighting Wisconsin's unique glacial features. Recreation along the Ice Age Trail The Ice Age Trail is primarily an off-road hiking and backpacking trail that provides excellent opportunities for sightseeing, wildlife viewing and bird watching.
In winter, some sections of the trail are open for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
The few sections of the Ice Age Trail that use the same corridor as state rail trails, such as the Sugar River State Trail, allow for bicycling and snowmobiling on the rail trail corridor.
ATVs and other motorized vehicles are not permitted on any segment of the Ice Age Trail. Camping Opportunities are available for camping along the Ice Age Trail in national, state and county forests and in many state and county parks, including some private campgrounds.
Campgrounds can vary from primitive walk-in campsites to facilities complete with electric hookups.
When planning a trip, it is best to check ahead of time for camping locations and availability.
The Ice Age Trail Atlas and Guidebook, which are available for sale from the Ice Age Trail Alliance, provide camping and lodging details for all segments of the trail.

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