• View of Southern Wisconsin from the Ice Age NST

    Ice Age

    National Scenic Trail Wisconsin

Support Your Park

Volunteer

The Ice Age Trail is built and maintained primarily by volunteers. Volunteers are continually developing new trail segments and improving existing segments so that these can be certified as official segments of the trail. Their work includes laying out and constructing new trail, cleaning up brush and branches, replacing old or damaged signs, constructing shelters, and building bridges.

For information on how you can become involved in volunteer activities contact:

Daniel W. Watson
Volunteer Coordinator- Ice Age NST
Satellite Office:
111 E. Kellogg Blvd., Suite 105
St. Paul, MN 55101-1256
Telephone (651) 293-8452

Ice Age Trail Alliance
2110 Main Street
Cross Plains, Wisconsin 53528
Telephone (800) 227-0046
E-mail to info@iceagetrail.org

Donate

To make a donation to support the Ice Age Trail contact:

Superintendent, Ice Age National Scenic Trail
Telephone (608) 441-5610

Leave No Trace

A National Education Program, Leave No Trace is a response to the growing use of public lands that promotes and inspires responsible outdoor recreation.

Did You Know?

An esker winds through the landscape.

Kames, eskers, kettles, drumlins, and moraines are some of the landscape features left by glaciers.