Appleton, WI: Ice Age Trail

Begin this quiet 8.4-mile, out-and-back at a glacier dug lake, then continue through farm and forest where whitetail deer, turkeys, and coyotes roam.
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Begin this quiet 8.4-mile, out-and-back at a glacier dug lake, then continue through farm and forest where whitetail deer, turkeys, and coyotes roam.

Trail Facts

  • Distance: 6.8

Waypoints

IAT001

Location: 44.32568359375, -89.2160339355469

Head N on gravel trail between two lakes; sharp R onto skinny trail, keeping Allen Lake on L

IAT002

Location: 44.3280982971191, -89.2220993041992

R @ wooded hilltop R onto short trail, then R again onto wider trail

IAT003

Location: 44.3285675048828, -89.2222518920898

Trees change from mixed hardwoods to tall pines

IAT004

Location: 44.3293838500977, -89.2216033935547

Sharp L

IAT005

Location: 44.3337173461914, -89.2241134643555

Turn R onto Ice Age Trail; path exits park

IAT006

Location: 44.3393173217773, -89.2239837646484

Go straight @ Rural Rd.
Note: Trail passes through private land. Be courteous

IAT007

Location: 44.3438987731934, -89.2220001220703

Turn L

IAT008

Location: 44.3441505432129, -89.2176513671875

Turn L; trail skirts small woods, then continues into a huge farm field

IAT009

Location: 44.3523826599121, -89.2136154174805

Cross US 54; stay on R-side of wooded fence line, heading N

IAT010

Location: 44.3559341430664, -89.2134017944336

Turn R

IAT011

Location: 44.3560333251953, -89.2099838256836

Bear L, following yellow blazes

IAT012

Location: 44.3633155822754, -89.2036819458008

Trail climbs knoll; small marsh pond on R

IAT013

Location: 44.36669921875, -89.2035675048828

Turn L, rejoining blue trail; continue 1.2 miles back to trailhead