Trempealeau (Tremp-a-low) County is as fun to explore as it is to say the name! The county is nestled along the western side of the state, combining the scenic rolling hills characterized by the Driftless region with the stunning views of the Mississippi River. The Trempealeau River also runs through the county, providing beautiful trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding during the warmer months and snowshoeing when the snow flies. Perrot State Park has fantastic hiking among 500-foot bluffs, offering amazing views. Birders will love that the area is also home to the Mississippi River Flyway, the most important avian migratory route in North America. And those looking for a fantastic drive head to the Great River Road National Scenic Byway, which meanders through the county with beautiful views of the Mississippi River on one side and stunning bluffs on the other.