Beginning in Osceola, Wisconsin, along the St. Croix River, the route is mostly flat as it makes a gradual transition from dairy farms to northern lakes as well as pine and birch forests. The county roads through the northern Wisconsin lakes are narrow, hilly and rough in some places, but traffic is very light, the air is fresh and clear and the scenery is bucolic. This map section includes a spur into the metropolis of Minneapolis/St. Paul.
Current Printed Version: 2013