The roads in Southwestern Wisconsin are second to none. The combination of hill and valley provides countless twisties with a change of scenery around every one. This region of Wisconsin was formed by glaciers that split around the area as they passed about 10,000 years ago, resulting in the formation of ridges over 120 miles long. It is these ridges, cut through now by paved roadways, that make the “Driftless” area the best in the Midwest for touring. From the ‘Tail of the Cow’ through Wildcat Mountain State Park (just 7 miles from the Lodge) to the Great River Road and its breath-taking views of bluffs and the mighty Mississippi, the riding here is truly unforgettable.