East Troy is home to some of the most beautiful areas for hiking and they become even better when you experience them during every season. Here are our top winter walk, cross country skiing and snowshoeing spots:
Price Park Conservancy: Two miles of self-guided hiking trails run through the park, located at N6421 Hodunk Road in the Town of LaFayette, and include panoramic views of Sugar Creek, as well as other outstanding features of natural diversity.
Beulah Bluff Preserve: This Kettle Moraine Land Trust nature preserve, located at N9026 Bakavi Way, East Troy, overlooks the northwest shoreline of Lake Beulah. The Preserve gate is closed during the winter months, however there is space for two cars to park at the gate, and visitors are encouraged to walk or snowshoe into the preserve.
Beulah Bog: Located on Stringers Bridge Road, visitors can hike or cross country ski along Beulah Bog’s trail east to catch a wonderful winter view of its shallow bog lake and tamarack forest.