Breathtaking waterfalls aren’t only seen in tropical locales or exotic destinations—our beautiful state has several of its own.
Plan your two-wheeled adventure on the Ozaukee Interurban Trail that offers plenty to see and do.
On the state’s Ice Age National Scenic Trail, hikers can customize their trail experience in a variety of ways.
Check out these fat-tire biking events throughout the state this fall and winter for a taste of the two-wheeled life.
The railroad days may be a thing of the past, but trail ways are all the rage in Wisconsin. Experience history, nature, culture and a fantastic ride on the state’s great converted railroad tracks.
Check out these six scenic drives with wonderful views of brilliant foliage, sparkling lakes, flocks of geese, twisting roads, rolling hills, winding rivers, roadside markets and charming little communities.
If you like to canoe or kayak, Wisconsin’s evenly distributed abundance of lakes and runnable rivers and streams means you are never far from a put-in.
Waterfalls in Wisconsin are more likely to flow agreeably and splash, not cascade and crash because of modest elevations. Steepness of descent is one difference between a waterfall and rapids.
When Wheaton residents Willie and Kathy Beshire wanted to learn how to skate ski last winter, they made a bee-line for Minocqua in the far northern tier.