The trail follows the edge of the continental glacier that sculpted much of the landscape of current-day Wisconsin.Got it!
While most people opt for day hikes, some hearty hikers set out to thru-hike all 1,200+ miles in a single go, typically taking 2-4 months.Got it!
The eastern terminus is located in Potawatomi State Park, meaning any thru-hiker who completes the trail starts or ends in Door County.Got it!
Hikers will find some of the state’s finest landscapes, geological features, waterways, and wildlife, making it a full tour of Wisconsin glaciation.Got it!
Around 20 miles of the IAT run through Door County, including the Sturgeon Bay and Forestville segments.Got it!
A Walk in the Woods
It’s just you, your hiking boots, and the open trail as you trace the shape of the last continental glacier and take in the sights, sounds, and smells of the forest.