100 things to do in a Wisconsin winter


The weather in Wisconsin is frightful. Wind-chills and temperatures are below zero. But there are some amazing sights to see when the snow falls. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a list of ways to get out and embrace the snowy season.

1. Cross-country ski under the lights

Lapham Peak Unit, W329-N846 County Highway C, Delafield; (262) 646-3025

Lights lead the way on a 2.5-mile groomed trail. Novices can take free lessons on Tuesdays at 7 p.m.

2. See the Apostle Islands ice caves

415 Washington Ave., Bayfield; (715) 779-3397

Visitors can usually access the caves from late January through mid-March.

3. Mush with some mutts

Whitnall Park, 5879 S. 92nd St., Franklin; (414) 967-9677,

Door County Sled Dogs offers $15 rides at Whitnall Park beginning in January.

To see the full list, visit Milwaukee Journal Sentinel