Rock County Ice Age NST Corridor Planning

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The Ice Age NST was authorized by Congress in 1980. When completed, the trail will be a footpath that meanders approximately 1,200 miles across the state of Wisconsin, tracing features left by the last glacier that swept over North America more than 10,000 years ago. Currently, there are nearly 700 miles of the trail on the ground and open to the public.

The National Park Service, together with our partners at the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Ice Age Trail Alliance, City of Janesville and Rock County are working together to develop a plan to complete the trail through Rock County. The purpose of the Corridor Planning Process is to determine a general route for the trail, involve the public in the decision making process, and fulfill Federal and State environmental compliance requirements.

Contact Information

Attention: Mary Tano, Trail Planner
8075 Old Sauk Pass Road
Cross Plains, WI 53528

Phone- 608-798-8681
email- mary_tano@nps.gov