3. Copper Falls State ParkMellen Copper Falls State Park is a 3,068-acre state park in Wisconsin. The park contains a section of the Bad River and its tributary the Tylers Forks, which flow through a gorge and drop over several waterfalls. Old Copper Culture Indians and later European settlers mined copper in the area. The state park was created in 1929 and amenities were developed by the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Works Progress Administration. In 2005 the park was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a site with 10 contributing properties. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
4. Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing CompanyChippewa Falls The Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company , doing business as Leinenkugel's, is an American beer maker based in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Leinenkugel was historically distributed only in the Upper Midwest, but is now available throughout all 50 states. The company is the seventh oldest brewery in the United States, and the oldest business in Chippewa Falls. It is a subsidiary of MillerCoors. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
5. Granite PeakWausau Granite Peak Ski Resort is a ski area located in Rib Mountain State Park in the Town of Rib Mountain, Marathon County, Wisconsin, south of Wausau. It features 74 runs and 6 terrain parks as of 2011 and boasts a vertical drop of 700 feet . Granite Peak is the third tallest ski area in the Midwest, after Mount Bohemia in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and Lutsen Mountain on Minnesota's north shore of Lake Superior. It is ten miles north-northeast of Central Wisconsin Airport. When the ski area opened on the slopes of Rib Mountain in 1937, it was one of the first ski areas in North America. Stowe in Vermont had opened a few years earlier in 1934. Sun Valley in Idaho had become the nation's first ski resort in the western states in 1936. Skiing on Rib Mountain has been expanded significantly since... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
6. Irvine ParkChippewa Falls Chippewa Falls is a city located on the Chippewa River in Chippewa County in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. The population was 13,661 at the 2010 census. Incorporated as a city in 1869, it is the county seat of Chippewa County.The city's name originated from its location on the Chippewa River, which is named after the Ojibwa Native Americans. Chippewa is an alternative rendition of Ojibwa. Chippewa Falls is the birthplace of Seymour Cray, known as the father of supercomputing, and the headquarters for the original Cray Research. It is also the home of the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company, the Heyde Center for the Arts, a showcase venue for artists and performers, Irvine Park, and the annual Northern Wisconsin State Fair. Chippewa Falls is 15 miles from the annual four-day music festivals Co... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Paddling the Flambeau River in Northern Wisconsin
Welcome to River Trails of Northern Wisconsin! This is an installment of our series showing the best places to paddle your canoe or kayak in Wisconsin. Stay tuned and subscribe to our channel for the latest uploads! There is going to be many more coming very soon! Also check out our Facebook page; Morrall River Films, to see pictures, videos, and trip reports showing where we are paddling throughout the United States.
Port Wing: A Village in Wisconsin
Port Wing is a small village on the southern shore of Lake Superior. Once a thriving brownstone quarrying center and logging port, the town is today a small unincorporated district with a population, at the last census, of just 368 people. This film records a tranquil weekday morning in and around Port Wing on a sunny June morning in 2015. (If you are interested in the history of Port Wing, take a look at David Paul's video comparing the 1899 map of the village with recent satellite images. You can find the video at )
Wisconsin's highpoint - Timms Hill
this is a panorama of Wisconsin's highest point - Timms Hill