Great River State Trail

Wisconsin


Trempealeau Wildlife Refuge
Uploaded: 8/20/2016
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Trempealeau Wildlife Refuge
Uploaded: 8/20/2016
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Uploaded: 3/16/2016
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Uploaded: 3/16/2016
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Uploaded: 3/16/2016
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Uploaded: 3/16/2016
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Fall colors starting to appear during a warm, mid-October ride.
Uploaded: 10/11/2015
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Just the beginning of fall colors alomg the trail.
Uploaded: 10/11/2015
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A sunny, warm Mid-October day. Summer's last gasp on the trail.
Uploaded: 10/11/2015
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Photo taken 1 mile south of the Nichol's mound,the shady spot with the picnic table.
Uploaded: 5/17/2015
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Easy to see from the trail is this large beaver house.
Uploaded: 5/17/2015
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The 2nd dam
Uploaded: 5/17/2015
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It is amazing how much this dam has altered the river's flow. There is a lesser dam behind it and their home. It is on the east side of the trail about .5 mile north of the long bridge near Lytle's boat landing.
Uploaded: 5/17/2015
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We saw this snake looking down from the long bridge over the Black River. It was sunning itself on the sandbar. Lot of snakes on this trail.
Uploaded: 5/17/2015
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Not sure what kind of snake this is acted like a rattle snake but had no rattle. We saw it just before Lytle's boat landing.
Uploaded: 5/17/2015
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Uploaded: 5/31/2014
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Uploaded: 5/31/2014
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Uploaded: 5/31/2014
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The return trip was the fastest I have ever ridden as the water was over the trail with a current. We had stopped in Trempealeau only long enough to buy water and for a short rest. It was amazing how fast the water rose.
Uploaded: 5/31/2014
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I was on the trail the day the levee broke. These photos were taken at and a little beyond the long bridge over the Black river. One shows the water as it was beginning to reach the bridges. On the return trip we had no time for photos the water so high.
Uploaded: 5/31/2014
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This area is very scenic when the Mississippi is at or near flood stage
Uploaded: 5/18/2014
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Between Midway and Treampleau
Uploaded: 5/18/2014
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I parked at Midway and rode for about 2 minutes before seeing this young buck cross the trail.
Uploaded: 5/18/2014
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Though mainly through woods and farmland, there are a few glimpses of the Mississippi River near the South end of the trail.
Uploaded: 8/2/2013
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Uploaded: 7/1/2013
Lat: 43.93288 Long: -91.27097
Along the Great River Trail
Uploaded: 8/29/2009
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String of barges entering Lock #6
Uploaded: 7/19/2009
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The trail runs close to the train tracks just north of Onalaska
Uploaded: 5/27/2009
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Uploaded: 4/16/2009
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Uploaded: 4/16/2009
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Uploaded: 4/16/2009
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Uploaded: 4/16/2009
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Uploaded: 5/15/2008
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Uploaded: 5/15/2008
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Uploaded: 5/15/2008
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Along the 3 1/2 Mile gravel loop through the preserve
Uploaded: 10/30/2007
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Trail entering the Trempealeau Wildlife Preserve
Uploaded: 10/30/2007
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Iron Trestle Over The Black river
Uploaded: 10/30/2007
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