Take a bike ride through time to discover how the history of Iron County’s Penokee Range communities has been rooted in its resources. We’ll take a leisurely pedal from Iron Belt to Hurley, WI stopping to interpret the region’s heritage as told through its environment and cultural sites. Biking will be on primarily on paved backroads and some connecting gravel trails. Distance approx. 7 miles. Cathy Techtmann, UW-Extension Environmental Outreach Specialist and author of Rooted In Resources: the centennial history of Iron County, Wisconsin, will guide the ride.
The cost for this interpretive ride is $10/person.
Participants may also choose to go out for lunch in Hurley after the ride at their own expense.
September 23, 2017 at 9am - 12pm
John Bates ·