There is no surprise that most people visiting the Ice Age Trail Alliance website do so to see where the Trail leads. Whether they are first timers or IAT veterans the map page is a huge draw. So when it came time to upgrade the site we turned to the online map. Thanks to financial support from Travel Wisconsin , we have added new clickable layers. The first, Trail Stories, is a place for IAT users to share their adventures with one another. This serves as a good place for seeing what is going on in the trail community at your favorite (or soon to be favorite) segment. Another layer, Trail Conditions, is a clearinghouse for all Ice Age Trail Alliance certified trail conditions. This layer includes both positive and not so positive conditions and is a good place to look before hitting the trail. Finally, be sure to look at the Itinerary layer for 18 prebuilt adventures. Itineraries fall into three categories: Avid Hiker for the backpacking sort, Family Friendly for when the kids are along and Day Hiker for just about anyone!
Each layer is designed to help you enjoy the Ice Age Trail even more than before. So please take a look, post a Trail Story, be part of the conversation and let us know what you think.