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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: 1/15/2013
Wisconsinites and fish go way back. About 136 million years, give or take. Alright, Wisconsin wasn’t “Wisconsin” back then, but the prehistoric lake sturgeon was around during the time of the dinosaurs. Once considered a nuisance, this living relic is renowned for its caviar. The fish itself is delicious smoked and their skins can be tanned for leather.
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: 10/16/2012
Wisconsin is chock full of haunted happenings this time of year. We know that some folks are looking for fun, family-friendly fair while others want something that’ll scare their socks off, so we've broken this year’s sights and frights into a few categories for your reading enjoyment!
Last Updated: 10/8/2012
With a nip in the air and the scent of fall on the breeze, Wisconsin’s craft breweries are busy preparing the tastes of the season. With undertones of pumpkin, apples, cinnamon and cranberries, these brews are well worth sampling. We’ve gathered some tasting notes on fall’s seasonal beers below. Get them while you can because these tasty treats come in short supply!
Last Updated: 9/21/2012
There’s no better time to enjoy a Wisconsin hiking trail than in fall. If you only have an afternoon to spare, visit one of the state’s many nature centers.
Last Updated: 9/17/2012
There are few things sweeter than a ripe, juicy apple plucked straight from the tree. All over Wisconsin you’ll find apple harvest celebrations that the whole family can enjoy, complete with hayrides, fresh pies, music, and of course, apple picking.