The Ice Age Trail Alliance will hold its quarterly meeting of the Board of Directors on Saturday, July 20, 2019.
The meeting will be held in Baraboo at the Baraboo Chamber of Commerce Visitor Center, 600 W Chestnut St. from 8:30am –1:00pm to coincide with our Mobile Skills Crew Ice Age Trail University (IAT-U) weekend.
Directions to this site are found here.
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
If you’re NOT a fan of this idea then help the Wisconsin DNR shape their plans!
Otherwise, Ice Age Trail users, like you, will frequently encounter bikes, ATVs and other less-compatible forms of recreation while out and about in your favorite outdoor natural area, park, or trail.
Though there are plenty of places where these motorized uses may occur on state lands, certain properties should be held for quiet recreation, such as trail hiking. Continue reading
Regional volunteer chapter members gather to celebrate successes, share ideas, and benefit from collaboration. Photo by Brad Crary.
Each fall the Ice Age Trail Alliance hosts Regional Rallies to bring together volunteers from across the state for planning, training, and collaboration. These events are excellent opportunities to learn what it takes to create a world class hiking trail and get involved locally.
Participants will hear the latest updates from the Alliance, share chapter successes, and begin planning for 2019 local and regional events. Lunch is provided.
To see a map of all three Regional Rally locations, click here.
Saturday, November 3rd – Chippewa County
Sunday, November 4th – Waupaca County
Saturday, November 10th – Rock County Continue reading
Join us for the third of our regional rallies! All are welcome! You do not need to be an IATA member or volunteer to participate. If you’ve wanted to learn more about volunteering or spending time on the Trail, this is a great opportunity to get involved.
Lunch will be provided. More information about this year’s rally theme and registration coming soon!