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Wildcat Mountain Wisconsin

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Wildcat Mountain Wisconsin

Recently I took a trip up to Wildcat Mountain Wisconsin.  I made my hour and a half ride up on my motorcycle to Ontario, Wisconsin. Personally its a ride that should be done on a cruiser, my CBR 600rr was not the most comfortable. I’ve had a lot of great memories in the Ontario area. Primarily while canoeing on the Kickapoo River.  If you happen to find yourself that way I highly recommend renting from Drifty’s Canoe Rental. Just make sure that if you bring any alcohol not to bring them in glass…if I am right you cannot have glass on the river.  Its a fun get away fro friends however.  You can paddle hard downstream or just relax and when you get to the end the Drifty crew will pick you up.  Anyways enough about the how great the Kickapoo river is…which you will see a picture from above of the river in case you wanted to see a very small…small portion of it.  You can see this and some of the initial photos just from a look out point that is just off of the main road.  It takes no effort to get there.  There was a bird flying over us.  I took a shot or two of the bird…if you can name it let me know?  We made our way down to the Hemlock Trail, which seemed to be a bit more interesting than the other trails. The old settlers trail is great for all ages, however I like a little challenge.  The Hemlock trail started with the river, and some very beautiful blue flowers in fields.  It then turned into some moderately intense switchbacks covered in pine needles until you finally get to the top of Mt. Pisgah.  The lookout point was beautiful.  We made our way back down to the beginning where there is a large rock formation.  We headed on out from the park and stopped at a must see.  If you go out this way you have to check out Down a Country road.  Its a bunch of little shops…one even with ice cream!

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