This 115-mile drive follows the Kettle Moraine, a long ridge of forested hills that mark where two great arms of the last glacier butted up against each other. The route follows the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive developed and maintained by the Kettle Moraine State Forest staff. Along the way you’re likely to learn more about glacial geology than you ever thought you’d know. You will travel many unmarked back roads on this route (peek at the drive route numbers below), wandering all over hell and creation in search of yet more glacial formations to gawk at, and it is likely to fill an enjoyable day of driving. Special attractions: Kettle Moraine State Forest, glacial geology, hiking, biking, camping, cross-country skiing, fishing. This chapter is a complete description of a scenic drive with a route map and information on the best travel seasons, interesting sites, recreation opportunities, camping locations, and much more.
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Scenic Driving Wisconsin Guide Book