Hike the Ice Age Trail
Did you know that Wisconsin has a 1,200-mile National Scenic Trail? Join us to hike a section of the trail that winds through the Baraboo area with Ice Age Trail guides. Registration is free, but a State Park vehicle sticker is required for parking. You may purchase a sticker at the Devil’s Lake State Park entrance or online. To register for a hike, please email the Baraboo Hills Heritage Chapter. Please specify which hike you would like to register for in your email.
Thursday, November 9 at 1 p.m. Before the Great Midwest Crane Fest kicks off, join an Ice Age Trail guide in hiking a 3.7-mile section of beautiful prairie with views of a glacial terminal moraine.
Saturday, November 11 at 1 p.m.
As the Great Midwest Crane Fest winds down, join us in hiking the West Bluff of Devil’s Lake State Park with a park naturalist who will talk about the geology and history of the area. This is a 2.5-mile hike with an elevation gain of 500 feet.
Explore Downtown Baraboo
Shop small! Show your fest registration QR code at the following Downtown Baraboo businesses to receive special offers on Nov. 10 and 11:
Al. Ringling Theatre
Theatre tours $10/per person
10 percent off purchase (some exceptions apply)
Jen’s Alpine Cafe
15 percent off order
The Jewelers Edge
10 percent off storewide
20 percent off full-priced items
A Sense of Adventure
$10 off purchases of $50 or more
Spirit Lake Trading Company
10 percent off purchase
The Village Booksmith
5 percent off purchase (10 percent if paying with cash)
Von Klaus Winery
Free wine tasting
Artwork: Detail of Fairfield Marsh by Anne Horjus