Morgan Falls/St. Peter’s Dome Trail – is just one of several premiere wilderness & wildlife viewing trails in Wisconsin’s north woods 

Located in the heart of Wisconsin’s wolf country is a hiking experience like no other.   

Morgan Falls / St. Peter’s Dome Trail is a 4 mile out and back trail located near Mellen, WI. The trail is only recommended for very experienced adventurers and primarily used for snowshoeing.

  
These popular trails are located in a non-motorized area. Highlights of the trail are the 70 foot high Morgan Falls and the overlook at the top of St. Peter’s Dome which has an excellent view of the Chequamegon Bay of Lake Superior and the Apostle Islands. Morgan Falls – 0.6 miles (1.2 miles round trip); St. Peter’s Dome – 1.8 miles (3.6 miles round trip). What to Expect: The trail to Morgan Falls was reconstructed in 2002 to make it accessible for people with disabilities. The trail is graveled and the slopes are fairly flat. The trail to St. Peter’s Dome is fairly rugged with quite a bit of exposed rocks in the trail tread and steep climbs. These trails are popular for snowshoeing

Directions:

From Cable, drive north on State Highway 63 about 22 miles to County Highway E. Turn right (east) on E and drive 6 miles to Ashland-Bayfield Road. Turn right (south) on Ashland-Bayfield Road and drive 4.2 miles to the parking lot. From Mellen, drive north 9.6 miles on State Highway 13. Turn left (west) on County Highway C and drive 5.8 miles to a “T” intersection with Ashland-Bayfield Road. Turn left (south) and drive 3.8 miles to the parking lot. Click HERE for direction and more information

Be prepared for breathtaking views! 

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Rachel Tilseth

Rachel Tilseth iIn 2011 I went from tracking the wolf to advocating for them and found myself within an advocacy network that went against my values. I am tenacious by nature, and passionate about the grey wolves I got to know through tracking them. But I found myself within a system of wolf-advocacy that wasnt for me. I am am artist and writer first and foremost. Tilseth has been a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Volunteer Winter Wolf Tracker since the year 2000. Tilseth received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Art Education in 1992 from UW-Stout, graduating with cum laude honors.

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