North Kettle Moraine Trail

HARD 13 reviews

North Kettle Moraine Trail is a 9.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Plymouth, WI that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

9.3 miles 974 feet Loop

dogs on leash

birding

camping

hiking

nature trips

walking

forest

views

wild flowers

bugs

1 month ago

Great trail

4 months ago

6 months ago

Loved the tower, but upon arrival I didn't know about having to pay. Lucky I had money and exact change on me.

hiking
7 months ago

Extremely pleasant(could have been the company)

hiking
1 year ago

Very enjoyable, nice hills and great scenery especially in fall.

trail running
2 years ago

This was some incredible trail running! Good amount of elevation change. Lots of rocks and roots to make for some great technical training. Very enjoyable day!

hiking
3 years ago

Backpacked it in early may. Beautiful trail with surprising hills/ scenery for the midwest.

hiking
4 years ago

Great wooded trail with some hills. Seems busy 4 hikers on a tuesday night in Sept.

hiking
4 years ago

Incredible hiking for the Midwest. To avoid skeeters and biting flies during hot wet summers - avoid low trails like Butler Lake. Hike higher portions of Ice Age Trail. Backpacking shelters are reservable - but expect human "visitors" dropping by your camp - even in off season. No one dangerous - just nosy locals.

hiking
4 years ago

I've hiked most of the ice age trail in this section, between shelters 1 and 5. It is very hilly and takes all you've got. But lovely shelters and a beaut of a hike.

mountain biking
5 years ago

I've biked this trail several times and found it to be great. There are several lopes based on distance and difficulty. Very nice senary and the trail provide a good amount of technical section

walking
6 years ago

I went up to the trail to get some information and the skeeters also flew away with me! I'm guessing to fo late fall when they are all dead!

hiking
6 years ago

I hiked this trail in the middle of July and was almost eaten alive by biting flies during the day and skeeters at night!