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Featured Episode: Connecting Communities – Ice Age Trail
As the Ice Age National Scenic Trail winds its way across over 1,000 miles of Wisconsin’s landscapes, it also passes through and near many great communities. These communities take advantage of the recreational opportunities the trail provides as well. We travel from Baraboo and a gem along the trail in Devil’s Lake State Park, past the Ice Age Trail Alliance headquarters on our way to Verona. We then make the turn at the southernmost point of the trail in Janesville as we end up in Whitewater. So much to see and do, let’s get trekking.
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