The Run Down

About 18,000 years ago, Illinois and Wisconsin were covered under a big sheet of glacial ice.  Eventually, these massive glaciers began to retreat, but not before leaving behind fields of rock and debris, otherwise known as moraines.  For this guide, we’re headed on a road trip to see this geological formation that extends over 120 miles across the state of Wisconsin. We’ll be making a 2.5 hour drive into Kettle Moraine State Forest where we’ll be camping, hiking up tall ridges, and getting out on the water. Here are the details

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