Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation Ice Age Trail Companion Guide
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The Ice Age Trail leads hikers along a pilgrimage through a remarkable natural landscape. Authors: Sharon Dziengel, Andrew Hanson III, Sue Knopf and Eric Sherman. Softcover; 332 pages. Ice Age Park and Trail Foundation, Inc.; copyright 2008. Whether hiking a day-long section or a multiple-leg journey, this guide provides you with complete descriptions of the entire 1,000 mi. trail. Lists trailhead access information, offers information on dining and lodging at nearby towns and suggests resupply points along the route. This guide is intended to be used in conjunction with the Ice Age Trail Atlas 2008, sold separately.
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