Sat, Oct 27 | Ice Age National Scenic Trail

Boots, Brats, Brews, and Boos!

Calling all trail ghosts, goblins, and ghouls...... Join True North Expeditions, Inc on a Halloween themed backpacking trip that you won’t want to miss. Grab your hiking boots, tents and Halloween costumes and join us on the Ice Age Trail!
Registration is Closed
Boots, Brats, Brews, and Boos!

Time & Location

Oct 27, 2018, 8:00 AM – Oct 28, 2018, 3:00 PM
Ice Age National Scenic Trail, W8831 Butler Lake Rd, Cascade, WI 53011, USA

About The Event

About the Event

Saturday morning we will gear up, put on our costumes, and hit the Ice Age Trail. After arriving at our campsite Saturday afternoon the festivities will begin. No need for you to pack dinner because, brats, burgers and beer will be provided! After dinner we will socialize by the fire and award our “best costume” hiker with a special prize.

Sunday morning we continue on to hike and enjoy the beautiful Northern Kettle Moraine. As always, we also welcome you to take part in our yoga classes and stretching that will be held throughout the weekend.

Approximate mileage for Saturday and Sunday will be 8 miles per day, for a total of 16 miles.


The price per person is $35. This includes shuttle back to your vehicle on Sunday, shelter reservation fee Saturday night, guided stretching prior to and after hiking, campsite yoga session, as well as burgers, brats, beer, and S'mores Saturday night.


Saturday morning we will meet at Butler Lake Natural Area located at W8831 Butler Lake Rd, Cascade, WI 53011. On Sunday when you have completed your hike we will shuttle you back to your vehicle.

A state parking sticker is required to park at Butler Lake. You can find information on that here.

Want to Add an Extra Night of camping before the event?

Join us a day early (Oct 26) and spend time canoeing/kayaking on Mauthe Lake, or drop in for one of our outdoor yoga sessions, then spend the night socializing and making new friends next to a campfire.

If you wish to arrive on Friday you will have to make camping reservations at Mauthe Lake Campground. Friday night camping fees are not included in the price of the ticket. Those arriving Friday will have access to one of our kayaks so that you can explore Mauthe Lake. Also, if you are going to join us for yoga, please bring a yoga mat.

A state parking sticker is required to park at Mauthe Lake. You can find information on that here.

Rental Packages

Want to attend the event but do not have gear? We can help! Rental fee includes the following:


-2 Person Tent

-Inflatable Sleeping pad

-Trekking Poles

-Sleeping Bag


-Backpacking Stove

-Water Filter


  • Admission for 1 person
  • (1) Admission w/gear rental

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