Backpacking Guides and TripsBelow are popular Backpacking guides and trips that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Follow the Ice Age Trail through a beautiful hardwood forest, along the clear Oconomowoc River and over a bubbling brook
Follow the Ice Age Trail past kettles, over moraines, and through prairies from HWY 59 to CTH Z
Follow the Ice Age Trail along the crystal clear Bark River as it cuts through the city and parks of Hartland.
Follow world class remnants of the Ice Age through the entire length of the Kettle Moraine State Forest-Southern Unit.
An overnight backpacking trip through the Boulder Creek Wilderness. The effects of a 1996 fire can be observed.
Follow the Ice Age Trail over rugged glacial terrain to a scenic vista between CTH Z and Young Road.
Follow the Ice Age Trail past a historic cabin and a quiet lake from Young Road to HWY 12 in the Kettle Moraine.
Follow the Ice Age Trail through Delafield from STH-83 to Lapham Peak State Park on N Cushing Park Road.
Hike from the historical monastery of Dadivank through canyons and a tunnel to the hot springs near Zuar village.
Follow the Ice Age Trail along the Oconomowoc River through a wildlife filled valley from Emerald Drive to CTH-K.
Follow the Ice Age Trail through Merton over short woods sections, the old Kettle Moraine Railway, and over roads.
Follow the Ice Age trail into the woods as it leaves the Glacial Drumlin Trail and connects to CTH-D.
Enjoy the trailside kettles and deep forest along the Ice Age Trail from the New Fane Trail Area to the Eisenbahn Trail.
Detailed guides to every mile of the Ice Age Trial in Waukesha County needed to complete the Walk the Wauk award program
Follow the Ice Age Trail through the Pike Lake Unit and enjoy views from the second highest point in SE Wisconsin.
Loop trail from Tuolumne Meadows to Upper Young Lake and return.
A complete guide to all 115 4,000 ft peaks from NY to ME including gps tracks, photos, description & turn by turn detail
Follow the Ice Age Trail through Wisconsin's second largest cluster of kames between CTH-NN and Cedar Creek Road.
Follow the Ice Age Trail through an old wetland in the Clover Valley State Wildlife Area.