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  • Jackson County Forest/Black River State Forest ATV Trails

    Last Updated: 3/11/2010

    Just a two-hour drive from the Twin Cities and Madison and three hours from Milwaukee, the ATV trails of the Jackson County Forest and the Black River State Forest are some of the most popular in the Midwest.

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  • ATVers Find Plenty of Fun in Wisconsin Terrain Parks

    Last Updated: 3/11/2010

    While most of Wisconsin’s ATV opportunities are on-trail tours that cover lots of ground, the state also offers a trio of terrain parks where riders can hone basic skills, experience advanced riding challenges, or just get down and dirty in some fun mud a

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  • Top Antiquing Destinations

    Last Updated: 2/24/2010

    There’s nothing like the rush of discovering a treasure except, perhaps, the fun of the search. Antique shopping in Wisconsin is sure to fill the quest for both. From historic heirlooms to funky “junque,” you’ll uncover plenty of antiques and collectibles

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  • Eight Historic Bowling Alleys

    Last Updated: 2/24/2010

    There’s nothing better than bowling… unless it’s bowling and beer. The best of both is right here: Wisconsin has more small, old-fashioned lanes than any other state in the union – the no-frills kind where you roll a rumbling strike down wood lanes, mark your own scores and watch your ball speed back toward you on the above-ground return.

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  • Five Scenic Water Drives Enhanced by Snow and Ice

    Last Updated: 1/28/2010

    Winter’s icy bluster makes it cold outside, but it also produces spectacular vistas along many of Wisconsin’s favorite scenic drives. Here's a collection of just a few of the great winter drives Wisconsin has to offer.

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  • The American Birkebeiner: 54km of Snow and Sweat

    Last Updated: 1/28/2010

    To stand on Hayward’s Main Street at the finish line of the American Birkebeiner on a frosty February morning is to take part, if only as a contributing witness, in one of Wisconsin’s singular sporting events.

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  • Schools To Get You Cooking

    Last Updated: 1/13/2010

    A century ago, cooking classes were more a matter of necessity than entertainment. Today, recipes, diets and cravings spin in other directions, and cooking classes again are in high demand. Dozens of culinary classes, throughout Wisconsin, detail the art and the science of food preparation.

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  • 5 Great Snowboarding Parks

    Last Updated: 1/13/2010

    When Tyrol Basin near Mount Horeb reopened its ski hill in 1989, some of its early customers favored the then-new sport of snowboarding over traditional downhill skiing. So they asked manager Don McKay about installing a half-pipe. "What the heck is a hal

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  • Walking (or skiing or snowshoeing) in a Winter Wonderland

    Last Updated: 12/29/2009

    Need a new way to enjoy Wisconsin’s great outdoors in the winter? A number of Wisconsin’s state parks, forests, trails and natural areas offer candlelight skiing, hiking and snowshoeing events in January and February.

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  • Six Great Places to Snowshoe Wisconsin

    Last Updated: 12/29/2009

    Snowshoeing is a growing sport in Wisconsin. A great workout that doesn’t require technical skill, it’s an easy way to explore spaces and places touched by Old Man Winter’s snowy wand.

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