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Let's hike the Ice Age Trail together! has been our description since 2016 and has brought us tremendous success.

While hiking will always be a core part of our DNA, and probably account for 75% of our events, we are adding new outdoor events to our portfolio and welcome individuals to join us on our adventures!

We take pride in that we are a bunch of really nice, inclusive people from Illinois and Wisconsin- no drama allowed.

As we get to know each other we can plan some overnight backpacking/camping hikes, snowshoeing events, kayaking/hiking trips, bicycle tours, and more.

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Devil's Lake Hike- 6- 8 miles

Ice Age National Scenic Trail

We will take the Uplands Trail to the Ice Age Trail into Devil Lake Park, near CCC, we will walk the upper rim and come back. This is a fairly easy hike, a few nice climbs, (nothing too hard) and very pretty. I would suggest Yak Trax or Microspikes to make your experience easier.

Please be on time, its too cold to wait for individuals who are running late. If your plans change, update your RSVP.

As always, dogs are welcome.

Tentative- Walk Across Lake Winnebago 2022

Bobbers

We have been talking about doing this event for a couple of years, 2020-not frozen enough, 2021-covid, I will update as we get closer but this way you can save the date. The excerpt below is from the walkacrosslakewinnebago Facebook page, posted on Dec 8, 2021:

As Lake Winnebago is starting to freeze, we have received many questions if Walk Across Lake Winnebago 2022 will be happening this year.
I honestly don't have an accurate answer for you. However, I must say we are taking a few steps back as far as formally organizing the walk. We will watch the weather closely and how the ice shapes up as Saturday, February 5th nears. If things are looking up a week or two before, don't be surprised to see a post stating that we will be starting at Bobber's at a certain time recommending a $20 donation to Paynes Point Hook & Spear Fishing Club, Inc. who plows and maintains the roads on Lake Winnebago. Sorry this isn't a clear answer but we hope you understand!

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