Mammoth Hike Challenge: Hiker Meet-Up and Happy Hour

As part of the Mammoth Hike Challenge, join the Indianhead Chapter for a casual hiker meet-up and happy hour on Sunday, October 10 at Trap Rock Brewing in St. Croix Falls, an Ice Age Trail Community.

No RSVP needed. Stop in, enjoy a cold beverage and talk Trail with the experts.

Come early and enjoy the Ice Age Trail segments in and around the St. Croix Falls area, along with local businesses and attractions. Download the custom itinerary for St. Croix Falls HERE.

 

Mammoth Hike Challenge: Hiker Meet-Up

As part of the Mammoth Hike Challenge, stop by and say hello to the Ice Age Trail Alliance at the Polk County Visitor Center on Sunday, October 10.

Stop by anytime between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to pick up Ice Age Trail maps, and get information on what to see and do in St. Croix Falls and Polk County. The Ice Age Trail Atlas and Guidebook is also sold in the visitor center along with lots of other locally made products and goods.

The Indianhead Chapter is hosting a hiker happy hour at Trap Rock Brewing Company at 4:00 pm. Come early and stay late to enjoy the Ice Age Trail segments in and around the St. Croix Falls area, along with local businesses and attractions. Download the custom itinerary for St. Croix Falls HERE.

This event is in partnership with the Mammoth Hike Challenge sponsored by Travel Wisconsin and Duluth Trading Company.  Hike 41 miles on the Ice Age Trail during the month of October 2020 and support at least three of our Trail Communities to earn a hiking certificate and a limited-edition patch celebrating the Challenge. You may hike, walk, run, or backpack – whatever suits your lifestyle – and log your miles over days, weekends, weeks, or one big adventure. You have the entire month of October to do it!

More information about the Mammoth Hike Challenge, including registration, can be found HERE.

 

Interactive Hiker Resource Map

Clicking on a feature in the map will bring up more information, such as the name and length of an IAT segment.

The NEW interactive Hiker Resource Map shows all official Ice Age National Scenic Trail segments and (unsigned) connecting routes, and additional features such as camping, parking, water, ColdCache sites, and Ice Age Trail Communities.  The map works on computers and mobile devices.

We like how intuitive it is. Hover over an icon to gain more information. Click on the options offered on the toolbar (see above example) to expand the information available. Continue reading