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Ice Age National Scenic Trail

A 23-mile section of Wisconsin's Ice Age National Scenic Trail passes through county forestland and state protected lands from the Interpretive Center in New Auburn to Brunet Island State Park in Cornell. The trail traverses an area that is heavily forested with numerous kettle lakes. Hiking the trail will produce many northern forest birds: Ruffed Grouse, Great Crested Flycatchers, Cooper's and Broad-winged Hawks, Scarlet Tanager, Indigo Buntings and Great Horned Owls all next here. Foot travel only by hiking or snowshoeing.