Glacial Drumlin State Trail
Glacial Drumlin State Trail Overview
Glacial Drumlin State Trail is
a 52 mile rail trail than runs from Cottage Grove, Wisconsin
to Fox River Sanctuary in Waukesha, Wisconsin. The trail is
relatively flat with firm crushed stone for 40 miles and 12
mils of asphalt from Waukesha to just west of Dousman. Towns
along the trail are Deerfield, Lake Mills, Sullivan, Dousman,
Glacial Drumlin Trail which follows the route of the defunct
Chicago & Northwestern Railroad is punctuated by rolling
hills, several rivers and a marsh. The terrain has abundant
wildlife including a herd of bison near Lake Mills. Parks
nearby are Aztalan State Park and Kettle Moraine State Forest.
trail is named because a glacier covered most of Wisconsin
10,000 years ago.
A drumlin is a glacially formed hills.
Please note that anyone
age 16 or older must have a state trail pass in order to bicycle
or skate on the trail. See Below.
Drumlin State Trail Links
Glacial Drumlin State Trail Facts
Crushed Stone, Asphalt (12 miles)
Grove, Wisconsin / Waukesha, Wisconsin
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