1136 mile Ice Age Trail in Winter


Diggins and best friend Emily Ford started December 28th. Finished 69 days later. Emily is the only the second person on record to thru hike the Wisconsin trail in winter. Creative camping was required as campgrounds are closed in winter. And parts of the official Ice Age Trail were closed. They averaged 16.5 miles /…

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