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Last Updated: 3/2/2013
Winter fun and Wisconsin go together like peanut butter and jelly…or Simon and Garfunkel (you get the idea). But now and then it's nice to slip away from the endless activity to a peaceful place where your mind can wander. Our Facebook fans weighed in on their favorite ways to find calm amidst the chaos of daily life.
Last Updated: 2/16/2013
Our grand prize winner is on top of the world. Or at least she’ll be close to it at Granite Peak at Rib Mountain State Park. Kerry K. of Kaukauna, Wisconsin will soon be lifted to the top of one of the most beautiful ski hills in Wisconsin after winning the ultimate skiing getaway from Travel Wisconsin and our friends at Discover Wisconsin.
Last Updated: 1/30/2013
Ice fishing may require cold weather, but it couldn’t be a hotter activity this time of year. From jamborees to world championships, it’s all about the thrill of the catch. And with 15,000 lakes and over 160 species of fish, you have options.
Last Updated: 1/25/2013
If you’ve never tasted a Door County fish boil, biked through a mile-long pitch dark tunnel, or visited a mustard museum, this list is for you. Wisconsin’s off-the-beaten-track destinations offer delicious food, fun outdoor sports and fascinating history. Here are some personal favorites from the law firm of DeWitt Ross & Stevens and friends.
Last Updated: 1/22/2013
Heading out on foot into freshly fallen snow is just the thing to make you fall in love with winter again. Snowshoeing is a great workout that doesn’t require technical skill; it can also be a relaxing way to explore Wisconsin’s beautiful places and spaces touched by winter.
Last Updated: 1/14/2013
Love to ski but get a thrill from the ballet? Adore ice fishing but go bonkers for shopping? We feel ya. When it comes to winter in Wisconsin, there’s plenty to do indoors and out. Lucky you, this season fun is available in all sizes. And colors. And patterns.
Last Updated: 1/3/2013
Outdoor fun in Wisconsin doesn’t stop when the flurries start falling. In fact, many would say that’s when the good times really get rolling. Whether you’re a snow bunny or you prefer to stay cozy indoors, these Wisconsin destinations have something for you this season.
Last Updated: 12/20/2012
For the classic northwoods getaway, it doesn’t get much better than Eagle River. When the temps drop and the snow falls, this popular area of northeast Wisconsin becomes a hot spot for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. If you’re looking for a trip filled with winter fun and fantastic food, then the itinerary below should be right up your alley.
Last Updated: 12/6/2012
This season, the jingle of sleigh bells aren’t just reserved for Christmas songs. You can hear the jubilant sound as you dash through the snow on your own sleigh or carriage ride, right here in Wisconsin. Whether it’s with your sweetheart, your friends, or the whole family, you’re sure to find holiday cheer on these classic rides.