Hike along side history on the Ice Age Trail leading to some deeply historical sites of Whitewater’s past. Pack your bag with everything you’ll need, strap on your comfiest shoes, and prepare for a day of peace and quiet with nature. Whether hiking alone or with a crew, you’ll enjoy some scenic views with the opportunity to simply get away from it all.
The Ice Age Trail is marked with yellow rectangular blazes. Dogs must be under control and leashed at all times. Leave no trace.
Explore over 25 miles of maintained trails
through the Kettle Moraine State Forest / Southern Unit and Clover Valley Habitat Area.
IATA Atlas Maps 77f, 78f, 79f, 80f
Tuesdays 4pm –2.8 miles
Wednesdays 10:30am –Choose:
long (5-7 miles) or short (3-4 miles)
Be prepared for hills and rough terrain.
Meet at HWY 12 Ice Age Trail Parking Lot 7206 US Whitewater, WI 53190; R83W+RQ. Between LaGrange and Whitewater
Local Chapter Coordinator – Andy Whitney (262) 949-0286
Local IATA Chapter Contacts
Local Chapter Meetings
—- Currently meetings hosted via Zoom—-
3rd Tuesday each month at 7pm
See Facebook for current meeting location :
Mission: to create, support and protect a thousand mile footpath tracing Ice Age formations across Wisconsin
We encourage you as a trail user, to become a member, donate your time, efforts, and /or monetary contributions toward the goal of a completed sustainable trail.
Sustaining and memorial gifts welcome.
Visit the website (IceAgeTrail.org) or call (800-227-0046) to support the Alliance.