Wisconsin Tourism: Zip Lining or Climbing?

Posted by Paige Curtis on September 23, 2014 – 12:14 pm

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140909-week-3-300-2Would you rather go zip lining through the trees from hundreds of feet up or climb to the top of a bluff to see the fall colors?

Tim Masthay #8 – Climb to the top of a bluff to see the fall colors and sit there in peace.

Jordy Nelson #87 – Zip lining. I did it up in Minocqua. They just opened one up there.

B.J. Raji #90 – Climb to the top of a bluff.

Aaron Rodgers #12 – Neither. I’m scared of heights.

Sam Shields #37 – Zip lining.

140909-week-3-300Ha Ha Clinton-Dix #21– Zip lining. I’d rather be attached to something than not be and fall off a cliff.

When fall in Wisconsin turns the landscape from vibrant green to a kaleidoscope of reds, oranges and yellows, it’s time to grab the camera or smart phone and start hiking. Here are a few prime locations – from the tops of bluffs to remote lakeshores – that are well worth the hike or climb. The reward at the end is a stunning view and a great photo to remember it.

  • Interstate Park: The Grandfather of Wisconsin Parks
  • Timm’s Hill: Where Hill Is an Understatement
  • Door County Coastal Highway: The Long and Winding Road
  • Rib Mountain: Pre-Ski Views
  • Parnell Observation Tower: A Real Vantage Point
  • Perrot State Park: Tall Bluffs Meet Fall Vistas
  • Holy Hill Basilica: A View That’s Just Divine
  • Devil’s Lake State Park: Hanging Cliffside
  • Geneva Lake Shore Path: A Path with Million Dollar Views

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