Trail Map and Guidebooks

Online Trail Map

The map below shows all official Ice Age National Scenic Trail segments (the blue lines) and unofficial connecting routes (the green lines). On the ground, official segments are marked with yellow blazes, and connecting routes are unmarked.


Share your trail story!

The Trail Stories layer on the above map highlights your adventures exploring the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. You can add a location pin and include photos of geological features, summer sunsets, rare bird sightings, and quiet winter scenes by sharing your trail story.

Please enjoy using our online Trail Map tool, but be aware of these two disclaimers:

  • This tool is intended to provide a basic snapshot of the Ice Age Trail route. For a thorough overview of how to find the Ice Age Trail and what you’ll see once you are there, check out our guidebooks (more info below).
  • The Ice Age Trail route data shown here (blue and green lines) are maintained by the Ice Age Trail Alliance, but just about everything else is managed by Google. The Ice Age Trail Alliance gives no warranty, expressed or implied, as to the accuracy, reliability, or completeness of Google Maps data.

Trail Conditions

Please keep the following in mind…

  • The Ice Age Trail is largely built and maintained by volunteers.
  • Trail conditions vary depending on volunteer availability and Trail use on a given segment.
  • The volunteers in our local chapters know the Ice Age Trail well in their region and are often a great source for current Trail conditions. Visit the chapter pages for contact information.

Guidebooks

The best resources for navigating the Ice Age Trail are three books published by the Ice Age Trail Alliance: the Ice Age Trail Guidebook, the Ice Age Trail Atlas, and the Ice Age Trail Databook. The books are available in our store.

Free book samples to help you get started are available on our Recommended Hikes page.

Online Extras for our Books