Glacial Drumlin State Trail - East
47 mile long trail located in southern Wisconsin between Waukesha and Cottage Grove. The trail is used for biking, hiking, cross country skiing and snowmobiling. The Lake Mills office is located in the historic train depot. It's the easiest trail through the kettle moraine you'll ever take - guaranteed. The railroad ferretted out a level route through the jumbled glacial legacy of hills and valleys. You get to enjoy all of the famous kettle scenery without the usual effort. The rail bed trail covers another hard-to-bike natural feature as well; between Dousman and Sullivan the grade crosses a vast marsh that is home to scads of wild critters. On the east end, Waukesha's roots are firmly planted in the nineteenth century. Its downtown is an architectural gem and the street plan has a definite European character. Out in the country, friendly little towns en route are pleasant spots to enjoy a rest. It's hard to believe you're in the fastest growing part of the state when you ride the Glacial Drumlin Trail.
Follow Hwy 89 to the intersection with CTH A. Look for the depot!