Ice Age Trail

ICE AGE TRAIL.  GENERAL. 

LaBastille, Anne. “On the Trail of Wisconsin’s Ice Age.” National Geographic. Vol. 125, No. 2, August 1977, pp. 182-205.

Mittlefehldt, Sarah. “The Origins of Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail: Ray Zillmer’s Path to Protect the Past.Wisconsin Magazine of History. Vol. 90, No. 3, Spring 2007, pp. 2-14.

Rengenold, Stephen. “On the Trail of Wisconsin’s Icy Past.” New York Times. October 27, 2006, pg. F1.

Shannon, B[enedict] Clay.  A Trail for All Seasons:  Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail in Words and Pictures. 4th ed. [Wisconsin: The Author], 2010.

Smith, Bart, et al.  Along Wisconsin’s Ice Age Trail. Madison, Wisc.: University of Wisconsin Press, 2008.

ICE AGE TRAIL.  GUIDEBOOKS.

Hanson, Andrew. Ice Age Trail Atlas. Milwaukee, Wisc.: Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation, 2008.

Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation, Inc. Ice Age Trail Companion Guide, 2008. Milwaukee, Wisc.: Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation, 2008.

Reuss, Henry S. On the Trail of the Ice Age: A Guide to Wisconsin’s Ice Age National Reserve and Trail for Hikers, Bikers, and Motorists. Sheboygan, Wisc.: Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation, 1990.

U.S. National Park Service. Ice Age National Scenic Trail – Maps. Updated August 2007. [PDF maps of the trail in each county. Large scale–not hiking maps.]

ICE AGE TRAIL.  MEMOIRS.

No published books found. The following websites and articles have accounts of through-hikes:

Bauer, John, and Bill Rhodes. John Bauer and Bill Rhodes – 2006 Ice Age Trail Thru Hike Journal.

Seitz, Daniel, and Barbara Seitz. Biscuit&Gravy’s 2008 Ice Age Trail Journal A journal in progress.

Staudacher, James. “Ice Age Summer: My 1,000 Mile Hike on the Ice Age Trail.” Wisconsin Magazine of History. Vol. 90, No. 3, Spring 2007, pg. 15. [First IAT thruhiker, 1979]

ICE AGE TRAIL.  VIDEOS.

Hessin, Bill. The Ice Age Trail: Pathway to our Glacial Legacy. 199?. (VHS, 18 min.) Ice Age Park & Trail Foundation, 306 E. Wilson St., Lower Level, Madison, WI 53703.

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