10 Best Hiking Trails in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Southeastern Wisconsin is a nature-lovers paradise.  With so many parks, preserves, and trails in the area, it can be hard to know where to start.

10 Best Hiking Trails in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

These hikes are great at any time of the year, and some are harder than others. Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has a variety of hiking trails with different views, lengths, and difficulty levels.

This park is open all year round and is a great way to spend time in the great outdoors!  The 6 miles of trails  (mostly paved) wind through scenes of wildflowers, woods, and wildlife.

Trek Through Time Trail, Havenwoods State Forest Trails

Ice Age National Scenic Trail – Holy Hill Segment

The Ice Age trail stretches more than 1,200 miles across the entire state, which an overwhelming number of breathtaking trails and views.

Great for picnics, day trips, or even extensive hikes, the Greenfield Park Trail is a destination for all.  Just outside the city, Greenfield Park Trail is a 1.2-mile paved loop featuring a lake with opportunities to see wildlife along your walk.

Greenfield Park Trail

Located about 20 miles outside of Milwaukee is a 3-mile loop of hills and cliffs that makes up the Lion’s Den trail.  The highlight of this trail is the stunning views of Lake Michigan that are offered along the way.

Lion’s Den Trail

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