Autumn in northern Wisconsin. Breezes blow cooler. The moon and stars seem brighter. Days shorten. Harvests are bountiful. Crowds are gone. Leaves turn colors. Wisconsin’s exquisite beauty and pristine environment beckon. And the colors dazzle!
It’s time to drive, hike or bike amid thousands of colorful acres of Wisconsin forests, meadows, and wetlands garnished with glittering streams, rivers and glacial lakes. It’s time to watch eagles soar; see wildlife cavort; and listen for the call of the loon.
Pick a road, path, or stream in any of these areas for elegant, fiery reds, oranges, golds and browns, plus watchable wildlife, birds, world class fishing, biking, golf, shopping, and antiquing.
Stop for fresh cranberries, wild rice, antiques, or gifts at area shops. Seek silence, or the quiet bustle of small towns, where the locals are as unspoiled as the surroundings.
There are so many northern Wisconsin destinations to savor in the fall…
[Image: Courtesy of Mike Crowley; available for sale at his website Life in the Northwoods]