Ice Age Trail: Hartland Segment

In October 2015, the Village of Hartland became Wisconsin’s first Ice Age Trail Community. Approximately 4.7 miles of the 1,000-mile-long Ice Age National Scenic Trail runs through the entire village. As a Trail Community, the Village strives to offer opportunities to the community and local residents’ chances to learn about the history of the trail and the geology of Wisconsin and the region.

As one hikes the well-maintained and paved trail through the Village, they will discover shops, restaurants, amenities, and a lot of parks! The trail goes through four major parks in Hartland.
There are plenty of opportunities to take a break from your journey, to use the restroom, stock up on supplies or enjoy Hartland’s beautiful downtown. If needed ATM’s, laundry, pharmacies, Internet, and a post office are available.

Trail Resources:

A complete description of the Hartland Segment of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

A map of the Hartland Segment of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail.

A map of the Village of Hartland’s trail system.