Winter candlelit, ski and snowshoe hiking in Wisconsin

Winter candlelit, ski and snowshoe hiking in Wisconsin

Winter candlelit, ski and snowshoe hiking in Wisconsin

Wisconsin winters are much more pleasant if you try to embrace them. One way to do that is on a candlelit hike, snowshoe or ski. Parks around the state host events throughout January and February, lighting trails with fixtures and often provide bonfires and treats to warm up with after.

The events are of course weather dependent. For events held in state parks, an access sticker for vehicles is required for access. They cost $ 8 for a day ($ 13 at Devil’s Lake, $ 10 at Willow River and the Peninsula) or $ 28 for a year and are available at park offices and self-registration stations; Annual stickers are also available online at yourpassnow.com/ParkPass/wi. Some state trails require skiers 16 years and older to have a state trail, which is $ 5 per day or $ 25 per year.

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