Yesterday's hike (Thurs 12/30) was a little shorter than most hikes I do. It was 8 miles from Evansville to Gibbs Lake Park in Rock County, which is west of Evansville. This hike was all on the road and a bit boring. There were a couple houses along the route that had little places to … Continue reading Evansville to Gibbs Lake County Park
Today's hike was a road hike that started in Albany and ended in Evansville. This is a connecting route between two off-road sections of trail. This part of the trail used to go straight across on County A in Rock County to the Robert O Cook Memorial Arboretum, but it was recently changed to go … Continue reading Albany to Evansville
Yesterday's hike (Monday, 12/26) started on a connecting route at the Brooklyn State Wildlife Area that went south west. After about four miles we continued onto the Monticello Segment, which ran along the Badger State Trail and a small part of the Sugar River State Trail. The Monticello Segment ended at the old train … Continue reading Monticello Segment
Today I took Penny to Token Creek to go snowshoeing. Token Creek is a Dane County park north of Madison just off of highway 51. Snowshoeing is allowed on the disk golf course. There is a parking area near the start of the disc golf course and there is a sign for snowshoeing. There … Continue reading Snowshoeing at Token Creek
Today's 9.4 mile hike was on the Albany segment which runs from Monticello to Albany in Green County. It was a cold day, but it wasn't windy, and the wind is hard to deal with. I had on enough clothes, hand warmers and toe warmers, so it wasn't bad at all. The entire hike was … Continue reading Albany Segment
Hello and welcome to my blog! This blog will be all about my hiking adventures! I am working on hiking the entire Ice Age Trail in segments, so a lot of the blog will be about that, but there will be posts about other places that I hike.