A couple weekends ago decided to take an adventurous trek to some of the most beautiful natural areas in the Driftless area of Wisconsin.
Thank you wiki for a brief description of what the driftless area is: The Driftless Area or Paleozoic Plateau is a region in the American Midwest noted mainly for its deeply carved river valleys. The region includes elevations ranging from 603 to 1,719 feet (184 to 524 m) and covers an area of 16,203 square miles (42,000 km2). The region’s peculiar terrain is the result of its having escaped glaciation in the last glacial period.
One of the great places we went to visit and I recommend, is the Natural Bridge State Park. It’s short, sweet, and to the point. A nice little hike will get you around, and there are three main focal point areas to visit. An outlook point, the Natural Bridge and a supposed Indian Cave area.
Before you plan your trip check out this website with information and directions! http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/parks/name/naturalbridge/ Any questions, ask me 🙂
Honestly, if you are looking to make a short little jaunt and want a small hike, but BIG views and natural beauty I recommend this State Park!