Glacial River Trail

Wisconsin


Between Fort Atkinson and Jefferson, the trail is a paved, dedicated bike path that roughly parallels a four lane, divided highway. Surprisingly, the noise from the road is not very loud. The rolling countryside and smooth path make for a pleasant ride.
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The Glacial River Trail is an eclectic mix of dedicated paths and road way. This section of the trail is a bike lane on a city road in Jefferson, WI.
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The trail passes over the Rock River in Fort Atkinson, offering pleasing views.
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The portion of the trail that passes through Fort Atkinson is in great shape and very attractive. It's been carefully landscaped and is decorated with several sculptures.
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As you near Fort Atkinson, you move from country roads to a dedicated bike path that's paved and in very good condition. This part of the trail is very popular, and you'll encounter bikers, joggers, and walkers.
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As the trail near Fort Atkinson, you switch from dedicated bike path to rural roads. At one point, you pass a boat launch area on the Rock River, just north of where the river enters Lake Koshkonong.
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The southern portion of the Glacial River Trail parallels highway 26. While the path is tree lined, the noise from the road is very loud and riding is far from peaceful.
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