The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is a thousand mile footpath that runs only through Wisconsin. The path follows what would have been the edge of the glaciers some twelve thousand years ago with a terminus in St. Croix Falls in the west, a trail that winds throughout several areas of the state and another terminus at Potawatomi State Park near Sturgeon Bay in the east. You can hike it all or just parts of it. But no matter if your walk is long or short, you will see gorgeous landscapes that were carved by the glaciers. You’ll experience Wisconsin nature as you have never before and you’ll meet some friendly people in interesting towns along the way. The trail is built, maintained and promoted by the Ice Age Trail Alliance as a must see Wisconsin wonder.