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  • Fall Color Road Trips: Southern Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 8/7/2007

    Fall color may be the reason, but there's so much more for leaf peepers to discover this season along these southern Wisconsin routes.

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  • Diving for Great Lakes Shipwrecks

    Last Updated: 7/20/2007

    This isn't your average "trail". Through websites, interpretive signage, public presentations and shipwreck moorings, the Wisconsin Maritime Trail encourages divers, snorkelers, boaters and other adventure- and history-minded residents and tourists to explore these amazing resources and treasures.

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  • Six Great Trout Fishing Spots

    Last Updated: 7/1/2007

    Trout fishing in Wisconsin shares a bit of the mystique spawned by Richard Brautigan’s infamous novel Trout Fishing In America. The state's more than 10,000 miles of trout streams, creeks, and rivers are famous for cold, clean waters thick with trout and other game fish caught on the fly.

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  • Summer Resorts in Northern Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 5/23/2007

    Ah...summer up north. Pine scent hangs in the fresh air, the woods beckon and diamond light dances across clear, deep lakes where fish are plentiful. These delightful lodgings make great Northern Wisconsin vacation bases.

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  • A Little Further North: Boulder Junction and Manitowish Waters

    Last Updated: 5/23/2007

    If you’re looking for a real Northwoods experience, take the time to go just a little further north to these two small towns. You’ll be glad you did.

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  • City Trails Offer Smooth Rides, Unexpected Scenery

    Last Updated: 3/27/2007

    Urban bike trails generally traverse a given city's most scenic areas - lakeshores, riverfronts, parks, green spaces - and they often include sites of historical, cultural and commercial interest. They're also extremely family-friendly.

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  • Spring Beauties: 10 Wildflower Walks That Will Wow You

    Last Updated: 3/27/2007

    A maple woods carpeted with trout-lily, the tangy smell of fresh earth, the rustling of earthworms slowly tilling the soil; a marsh-marigold standing out against the melting snow; a Jack-in-the-pulpit thrusting up through the earth, alone near a chocolate

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  • Not Just for the Birds

    Last Updated: 2/23/2007

    The Woodson is probably best known for its annual Birds in Art exhibit, held from September through early November. The show draws about 1,000 entries a year from artists around the world.

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  • Birkie Fever!

    Last Updated: 1/30/2007

    Skiing the American Birkebeiner was supposed to be a one-time event for me, a way to prove my youth the year I turned 40. But I caught the notorious Birkie Fever, and almost every February since then I’ve been back, anxiously waiting my turn to begin this

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  • Cycling Amish Coulee Country

    Last Updated: 1/30/2007

    Vernon County is home to some of the most beautiful farms in Wisconsin. They are the fruits of the labor of Wisconsin’s Old Order Amish and cycling through the “coulee region” is like going back in time.

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