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Greccos on the St. Croix

Chef Justin Grecco is the executive chef/owner at Grecco’s. He has traveled the world and grown to have a strong passion for food, wine and fun. It is his pleasure to share that passion with you! At Greccos on the St. Croix!

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Norske Nook

Since 1973, this restaurant, bakery, and gift shop has provided western Wisconsin with “tastes like grandma’s” cooking and “feels like home” service that’s so good there are now locations in Osseo, Hayward, Rice Lake, and Eau Claire.

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Information about the Ice Age Trail in Portage.

For a map and more information about the Ice Age Trail in Portage.

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Walworth/Jefferson Chapter

Hike the Walworth/Jefferson Chapter of the Ice Age Trail past the city of Whitewater.

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Rock County Chapter

Chapter members work in collaboration with?the Rock Trail Coalition in developing trails in the county for hiking and biking.

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Cold Caching

Learn how you can earn patches for making geological discoveries along the trail.

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Baraboo Hills Chapter

Working throughout Sauk County, the Baraboo Hills Chapter promotes the trail for recreation and education.

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Tribal Heritage Trail

As part of the US 41 project, the highly anticipated crossing offers runners, walkers, bikers and in-line skaters the ability to cross Lake Butte Des Morts on a trail which connects to the WIOUWASH State Recreation trail on the north end of the Tribal Heritage Crossing Trail. The Tribal Heritage Trail provides access to fishing and kiosk overlooks for all 11 of Wisconsin’s Native American Tribes with information on the natural history of those tribes.

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Dane County Chapter

Whether you are a seasoned hiker or someone looking for an?easy guided stroll in the woods, you will find the Dane County?Chapter of the Ice Age Trail Alliance has something for you.

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Ice Age National Scenic Trail

There are 40 miles of trail and 5.8 miles of connecting routes that the Waukesha County Chapter of the Ice Age Trail maintains.

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Mobile Skills Crew

Each year, volunteers from across the state converge to trail building events along the trail.

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Washington County Chapter

34.1 miles of trail and 10.5 miles of routes in Washington County.

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Northwoods Chapter Ice Age Trail

The Northwoods Chapter includes Lincoln County.

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Tribal Heritage Trail

As part of the US 41 project, the highly anticipated crossing offers runners, walkers, bikers and in-line skaters the ability to cross Lake Butte Des Morts on a trail which connects to the WIOUWASH State Recreation trail on the north end of the Tribal Heritage Crossing Trail. The Tribal Heritage Trail provides access to fishing and kiosk overlooks for all 11 of Wisconsin’s Native American Tribes with information on the natural history of those tribes.

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Waushara County Ice Age Trail

The Waushara County chapter of the Ice Age Trail

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Waukesha County Chapter

There are 40 miles of trail and 5.8 miles of connecting routes in Waukesha County.

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Wiowash Trail

The Wiouwash State Trail is named for Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano counties. This trail, built on a former rail corridor, is maintained and operated by the four counties the trail traverses. Two sections of the trail are now complete and are separated by a gap of about 30 miles

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Blue Hills Trail

The Blue Hills Trail is a 20-mile system that is considered one of the most scenic cross-country ski trails in the Midwest. The trail’s many loops and intersections allow skiers to make their outings as long and challenging or as short and easy as desired.

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Ice Age Trail

The Ice Age Trail, one of only eleven National Scenic Trails in the United States, is a thousand-mile footpath highlighting Wisconsin’s world-renowned Ice Age heritage and scenic beauty.

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Potawatomi State Park

The Ice Age Trail’s eastern terminus is in Door County’s Potawatomi State Park.

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Lakeshore Chapter

The Lakeshore Chapter encompasses the trail from Sheboygan County to Door County.

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Christie Mountain

Skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing for the whole family to enjoy. Exciting runs to make your blue blood roar, long cruising runs for mellow times and gentle places to build confidence.

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Waupaca Area Ice Age Trail

The Waupaca area chapter of the Ice Age Trail

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Blue Hills Felsenmeer

Blue Hills Felsenmeer features talus slopes and is an outstanding location for geological interpretation of glacial action. The natural area consists of several small valleys, strewn with lichen-covered rocks, on the southwest side of the Blue Hills.

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Tribal Heritage Trail

As part of the US 41 project, the highly anticipated crossing offers runners, walkers, bikers and in-line skaters the ability to cross Lake Butte Des Morts on a trail which connects to the WIOUWASH State Recreation trail on the north end of the Tribal Heritage Crossing Trail. The Tribal Heritage Trail provides access to fishing and kiosk overlooks for all 11 of Wisconsin’s Native American Tribes with information on the natural history of those tribes.

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Wiowash Trail

The Wiouwash State Trail is named for Winnebago, Outagamie, Waupaca and Shawano counties. This trail, built on a former rail corridor, is maintained and operated by the four counties the trail traverses. Two sections of the trail are now complete and are separated by a gap of about 30 miles

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Lake View Lodge

Currier’s Lakeview Lodge is a full-featured lakefront resort hotel/motel located on a semi-private peninsula on the east shores of Rice Lake in Northwest Wisconsin. Enjoy breathtaking views of beautiful Rice Lake through large windows which face the lake in every guest room.

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Fred Thomas Resort

The Thomas family continues the management in the Fred Thomas tradition of “Perpetually New”. This concept of continually upgrading the resort’s facilities has ensured beautiful and immaculate accommodations that guests come back to enjoy year after year.

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Holiday Inn Chippewa Falls

Chippewa Falls-Eau Claire is home to nationally-known Leinenkugel’s Brewery, and is one of the premier apple-growing sites in the country. Visitors to Chippewa Falls can enjoy the Heyde Center for the Arts, Lake Wissota State Park, Irvine Park and Zoo and numerous bike trails.

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Chateau St. Croix

A true appreciation for wine can be uncovered in the lush wine valleys of Europe, where history and tradition are as rich as the wine itself. It was within the Rhine Valley of Germany where Troy and Laura Chamberlin developed a love for all things wine.

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