Trying to find the best Wisconsin trails? AllTrails has 709 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Milwaukee, Madison or Dodgeville, we've got you covered. If you're looking for great Wisconsin state park trails, check out Devil's Lake State Park. Or for some great local park options, check out Nashotah Park near Nashotah or Whitnall Park near Hales Corners. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 480 easy trails in Wisconsin ranging from 0.6 to 83.8 miles and from 580 to 1,945 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Great trail! Lots to look at! Note: no pets allowed on this trail.

hiking
6 days ago

This is a good hike with some elevation changes, but nothing too terrible. We thought the Mt. Pisgah trail was more strenuous. We also enjoyed the views on Mt. Pisgah more than this trail. That said, this is still a great trail with a substantial rocky outcropping at the Taylor Hollow overlook, which is very overgrown. Hike this trail in early spring or late fall to get views without much foliage in the way.

Mostly paved, good views, perfect for dogs

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rocky
6 days ago

Pretty flat, but nice views with plenty of short trail options and a cool viewing tower. Many of the trails are not shown on the map and not detailed with map markers.

What a trail.

Sometimes hard to follow but fun trail

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rocky
7 days ago

Nice hike - much easier than I thought. Pretty quiet & didn’t see too many other people.

Great easy walk for a spring day. I could see bugs picking up in parts come summer, and other parts go by different subdivisions. The paths are wide and all well made/maintained. Our dogs LOVED this walk!

hiking
7 days ago

Gorgeous day with my wife

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muddy
washed out
7 days ago

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muddy
7 days ago

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hiking
7 days ago

What a trail.

Hiked with 2 dogs. A fair amount of bikers out today- not all announce themselves from behind- which would help!

hiking
blowdown
7 days ago

High and dry trail except for about 6 drainage crossings. Fair amount of dead ash trees, some of which are “widow makers”. Just pay attention, especially windy/stormy weather. Tower Closed due to COVID-19.

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washed out
7 days ago

Way to muddy right now.

The park has tons of trails that allows you to decide your difficulty and length. It’s very dog and family friendly with wide open paths. If you’re visiting after rain, or even snow melting, make sure to pay attention to the elevation of each path as the lower ones are extremely muddy.

This trail has a mix of wooded and prairie areas. There is also a viewing deck in the wooded area near the lake that you can watch birds singing in the trees and geese out on the lake. If you are lucky, you might spot sandhill cranes or even some pelicans.

This trail is in great shape this time of year, with very few muddy spots. The foliage has yet to come out so there were some pretty great views at the higher parts. I took a couple detours from the published trail route to explore the Perot Ridge Trail, which had some more technical sections. There were very few people on the trail time of day/midweek.

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