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Check out this Wisconsin ride route!
The route is approximately 155 miles and about 4-and-a-half hours total according to Rever.
Elevation ranges from 800 to 1,800 feet above sea level.
The “Wolf River Run” name comes from the parallel section of highway 55 next to the Wolf River in the Langlade area.
The route is made up of winding roads through grass and tree-covered hills. Towns along the route include Laona, Crandon, Nashville/Mole Lake, Lily, Antigo, and Keshena.
One of my personal goals is to see as many beautiful roads and places as possible. I have added the Wolf River Run route to my own list.
See more details at the Rider Magazine website about route.
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