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5 Madison Trails Off the Beaten Path

Time and time again, Madison tops lists of the best bike-friendly cities in the nation. And it’s no wonder, with a whopping 200 miles of paths and trails available. Whether you bike, run, rollerblade, picnic or if you simply want to walk and take in the gorgeous scenery (and transition from…

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Sports You Didn't Know Were Sports

Madison has long been known as the place to be for active lifestyles, but it’s also known for embracing emerging ways to stay active. Below are a few awesome sports that you may not have heard of, but should definitely check out. Make it your guide for getting in on the action! DISC GOLF What…

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5 Essential Fall Hiking Spots

These Madison-area hiking spots are perfect for soaking up all the fall colors. Use our key to pick your favorite — and get there before the leaves fall. Key Devil's Lake State Park With 500-foot-high quartzite bluffs and 41 miles of hiking trails, Devil’s Lake State Park makes for the…

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Best Views for Biking & Hiking

Greater Madison is known for its many miles of biking and hiking trails — all 200 miles of them. But we’re also renowned because we’re one of just five Platinum-Level Bike Friendly Communities in the country! Being on an isthmus and surrounded with scenery sculpted by glaciers makes ours a…

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Water Sports You've Never Tried, But Should

Madison was named Fittest City in America by Fitbit, and also happens to be home to five area lakes. Looking for a way to refresh your fitness routine? Why not experience the lakes at the same time and try out one of these five water sports that are becoming a big deal in Madison. SUP SUP isn’t just…

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