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2020 Central Moraines Chapter Hike-A-Thon
October 17, 2020
Celebrate the Central Moraines Chapter’s 2nd Annual Hike-A-Thon
Join hikers, friends, family and colleagues for a great time exploring the Ice Age National Scenic Trail in Marathon County and help raise funds to build, maintain, and protect this national treasure.
Participants will hike on newly constructed Ice Age Trail near Ringle, Wisconsin. Build your own round trip hike or choose one of these exciting round trip options:
- Poplar Lane to the Mountain Bay State Trail and back: 3.4 miles
- Poplar Lane to Hatley and back: 6.8 miles
- Poplar Lane to Hoot Owl Drive and back: 7 miles
- Poplar Lane to County Hwy N and back: 11.2 miles
Supporting the Ice Age Trail
Our goal is to raise $3000 for the Central Moraines Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance. We are asking all participants to register and to make a tax deductible gift or collect pledges of $20 (individuals) or $30 (families) or more.
Hike-A-Thon registration will close on Sunday, October 11, 2020 and an event day update will be emailed to all participants prior to Saturday, October 17, 2020.
Those who are not currently Alliance members and donate or raise $50 or more have the option of a one-year Alliance membership.
To register for this event or to make a gift in support of another hiker, please use the link at the bottom of this page.
Breakfast foods, trail snacks, and water will be provided.
Check-in will be anytime between 8 am and 12 pm near the Ringle Segment’s, Poplar Road parking area-free parking (driving directions). Check-out is by 3:00 pm.
Thank you to these area business sponsors for their generous support of our 2020 Hike-A-Thon!
Due to the continuing threats of Covid 19, we are asking all hikers to wear a mask, during registration or while in the registration area; to disinfect hands prior to taking or handling food items; and to sanitize the bathroom after use. Hand sanitizer, disinfectant spray, and paper towels will be provided. This is to protect our hikers and event volunteers. Masks can be removed during the hike, but we are asking that social distancing rules be followed at all times.
In the event of severe or threatening weather, for safety reasons, we may need to cancel this event last minute. If this happens, we will be unable to refund donations.
Pets are welcome but must be on leash and under control at all times.