Erected 2002 by National Park Service
and Polk County Historical Society
National Scenic Trail
This site marks the Western Terminus of the Ice Age National Scenic Trail. The Trail was designated a National Scenic Trail by Congress in 1980, and Wisconsin's first State Scenic Trail in 1987. The Eastern Terminus is in Potawatomi State Park, in Door County, overlooking the waters of Sturgeon Bay.Commemorating the Wisconsin Glaciation, which ended about 10,000 years ago, this 1,200-mile footpath highlights the landscapes formed by the glacial forces that shaped much of North America.The National Park Service, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and the Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation cooperate in the development and management of the trail.
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