News

Summer 2014 Mammoth Tales Available Online!

The Summer 2014 issue of Mammoth Tales is available online! Read about the awards our amazing volunteers were given this year, new land protected for the Trail and more.

Take a look!

St. Croix Falls Segment extended in Polk County

THANK YOU to the 157 volunteers who helped open 2.4 miles of new Ice Age Trail in the City of St. Croix Falls. Riegel Park and Ray Zillmer Park are now connected by a curious winding path of Trail. Check it out! Visit our online trail map or look at Map 1f in your Ice Age Trail Atlas to find your way.

New Road Scholar program hikes the Ice Age Trail

Explore the Ice Age Trail with a new Road Scholar program for 2014 titled Hiking the Ice Age National Scenic Trail: Glacial Features and ColdCaching.

October 5-10, 2014
Program #21530

With a noted geologist and author as your guide, gain new insights into Wisconsin's geologic past as you enjoy five days of hiking along the Ice Age Trail in the northern Kettle Moraine State Forest. Discover world-class landforms from the last glaciation and learn how the ColdCache program allows you to explore geologic features on your own.

Learn more and register online at the Road Scholar website. You can also register by calling (877) 426-8056.

Volunteers are also needed for this program. If you're interested in volunteering, contact Dolly at coldcache@iceagetrail.org.