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Ice Age National Scenic Trail - Resources
By Cynthia Kirkeby
Jan 25, 2005, 14:46

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The Ice Age National Scenic Trail is located in Wisconsin and covers hundreds of miles. An extensive volunteer movement has made this remarkable trail a reality. Learn more with the help of these learning links from ClassBrain.

Ice Age National Scenic Trail Learning Links

Wisconsin’s Glacial Legacy

15,000 years ago North America was in an Ice Age and much of the continent was under ice. Learn about the Wisconsin Glaciation and how it changed the landscape of Wisconsin to what we see today.
Source: National Park Service

Ice Age National Scenic Trail
Wisconsin’s first scenic trail covers hundreds of miles. Where exactly does the trail go? This map and description of the trail will show you the extent of this amazing national trail.
Source: National Park Service

Ice Age National Scenic Trail Landscape
Hiking the Ice Age Trail takes you on a journey that is almost two billion years old. Learn more about the geology, the route, and various strategies for hiking this huge national trail.
Source: Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation

Ice Age National Scenic Trail Maps
These two maps help to put the Ice Age Trail in perspective. The Glacial Lobes map shows how the glaciers were situated, and the National Scenic Trails map shows the location of Wisconsin’s trail to other scenic trails across the country.
Source: Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation





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