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Summer 2018


Registration and information--32nd Annual Hike-A-Thon, Saturday Oct 6

2018 Mobile Skills Crew schedule and registration!
Trail Conditions

Notice to IAT Thru-Hikers: The Waupaca River Segment no longer has a road-to-road connection.  At this time, Foley Rd. south of Hwy 10 is closed and cannot be accessed either by vehicle or foot traffic.  Please use the following re-route:
From the south hiking north: Cobbtown Rd. east to Morgan Rd. north (across Hwy 10) to Rieben Rd. west to Foley Rd. north.
From the north hiking south: Foley Rd. south to Rieben Rd. east to Morgan Rd. south (across Hwy 10) to Cobbtown Rd. west.
Questions regarding this re-route can be directed to Debbie Krogwold, Waupaca County Chapter-715-677-4974

HIKERS, REPORT TRAIL CONDITIONS THAT NEED ATTENTION ON "CONTACTS" PAGE

(Chapter Coordinator or Maintenance Coordinator.)

PORTAGE/WAUPACA COUNTY TRAIL CONDITIONS (as reported by maintenance volunteers)

Maps

Map 1. Waupaca River, Hartman Creek, and Emmons Creek segment  Revised 7/20/18

Map 2. Skunk and Foster Lakes and New Hope-Iola Ski Hill segments  Revised 7/20/18 (Hwy 10 to Grenlie Road trail closed by  landowner)

BIKE TRAIL MAPS (8 1/2 X 14) (download page one) (download page two)

Hunting season on the trail


Download VIP hours report form (pdf)

2018 Mobil Skills Work Calendar


Mission Statement

To preserve Wisconsin's cultural and glacial heritage for the education and enjoyment of present and future generations.

To create, support and protect a continuous 1,200 mile system of parks and footpath trails tracing unique Ice Age formations across Wisconsin. The Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation permanently protects the continuous band of varied glacial landscapes through the use of state and school owned land, private landowner segments, land purchases, and many other classifications of land ownership.

Today 600 miles of the Ice Age Trail are complete with only 600 miles to go! Through IAP&T Foundation, the Ice Age Trail is connection communities, and state, and local parks providing a living history of Wisconsin's past.

 

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