Ice Age Trail Table Bluff Segment

Description:

The 2.5-mile Table Bluff Segment traverses restored prairie as well as steep, rocky slopes. There is approximately 200 feet of total vertical relief and several vistas from the heads of two valleys and two prominent goat prairies that offer great views of the Driftless Area. Meltwater from the Laurentide ice sheet poured through a preglacial valley depositing sand and gravel and partially filling the lower valley floors, which now hold extensive wetlands and a tributary stream of Black Earth Creek, a Class I trout stream. (Ice Age Trail Alliance)

608-798-4453
8844 Table Bluff RdCross Plains, WI 53528
43.146181 -89.669081
Amenities:
  • Parking
Dogs must be leashed.
Local Knowledge:
Table Bluff is named for rock outcroppings of Ordovician dolomite and offers dramatic views southwest to Blue Mounds.
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