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Wisconsin’s Elroy-Sparta State Trail opened in 1967 and is widely considered to be the first rail-trail in the U.S. Many more rail-trails followed and today the state has nearly 100. These pathways offer a broad range of experiences from bucolic farmland to lush woodlands and river valleys to friendly Midwestern towns. Here are some of our favorites.
Perhaps nothing is more reminiscent of childhood treasure hunts than geocaching on a multi-use trail or rail-trail...
Winter is not coming, it is already here. The air is piercing, the ground covered in sheets of snow...
There are countless special places in America, but only about 100 have been distinguished enough to be called national monuments...