Founded adjacent to the Kettle Moraine State Forest-Southern Unit, Whitewater, WI offers a variety of scenic biking for all skill levels.
Whitewater anchors the southern end of the 30-mile long Kettle Moraine State Park Sourthern Unit-20,000 plus acres of glacial hills, kettles, lakes, pine woods and hardwood forests. It is home to the statewide Ice Age trail, Old World Wisconsin, and the largest wet prairie east of the Mississippi River-3,500-acre Scuppernong River Habitat Area.
This bundle includes detailed and complete guides for five different bike loops around Whitewater, WI:
Rustic Fremont Street Ride 15 miles
Cold Spring Ride 20 miles
Whitewater Lake Ride 20 miles
Lima Center Ride 35
Turtle Valley Ride 45
Packed with with points of interest like scenic spots and facilities locations, these guides will make planning and biking in and around Whitewater, WI a breeze. These guides can be used at home via your browser, then take them with you via download to your mobile phone.
When biking anywhere, always wear a helmet and eye protection.
Be prepared for changing riding surfaces and vehicle, pesdestrian, and bike traffic.
Always follow the rules of the road.
Reflective and brightly colored clothing make you more visible to motorists, pedestrians, and other bikers.
Layered clothing is the best way to regulate your temperature during changing weather conditions and activity level.
Be prepared: make sure your bike is in excellent condition, bring water, snacks, and bike tools