Let's hike part of the Eagle segment of the Ice Age Trail to Brady’s Rocks. This segment is an out and back hike of about 3 miles, although we can continue further on the trail thru prairie fields before returning the way we came. Brady’s Rocks consists of dolomite bedrock outcroppings of the Niagara Escarpment. A nicely shaded loop trail at Brady’s Rocks contains a unique fern population. The hiking will consist of mostly level and open terrain with a few hills and woods.
Directions: From Milwaukee, take I-94 west to Hwy 67 (Oconomowoc exit 282) and go south over 11 miles to the Ice Age Trail Hwy 67 parking lot on the west side of the road 0.2 miles after you pass Road X. Call Paul at (H)262-547-4827 or (C)262-309-1918 with any questions.
The Nordic Ski Club of Milwaukee (NSCM) continues to practice social distancing and the use of face masks, as recommended by the CDC and Wisconsin authorities. Know that your participation in any event is at your own risk. Before attending any NSCM outing or event, please check with the event leader. Use good judgement and continue to keep us all safe.
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