Marsh Gravel Road | Chilton, WI | LVL 1

Ryan Harden
Updated February 23, 2020

Trail Specifics

Trail Type
Gravel
Overall Difficulty
1 - Easy
Obstacle Level
LVL 1 ​0-5" 0-12cm​
Turning Radius
Acceptable for most RL4WDs
Width
2 Vehicle Wide
Average Encroachment
No Brush
Trail Depth
LVL 1 ​0-5" 0-12cm​
Trail Grade
LVL 1 ​0-5°​

Marsh road near Chilton, WI runs along the Killsnake Wildlife Area. It is a small gravel road with turnaround. 

Enjoy beautiful views on this simple gravel road located in the Killsnake Wildlife Area. This gravel road is an access point and features a turnaround. Be on the lookout for garbage and stay on the gravel. 

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Do not attempt anything beyond your capability, get proper training and never travel alone.

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We recommend you carry a first aid kit, ABC automotive fire extinguisher, recovery gear, and communication with you at all times when on the trail. Please take the time to ask questions and get training on vehicle and equipment use.

User reviews

1 review

Overall rating 
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
6.0  (1)
Scenic Value 
 
10.0  (1)
A very challenging drifted adventure
(Updated: February 25, 2020)
Overall rating 
 
8.0
Fun Factor 
 
6.0
Scenic Value 
 
10.0
During a routine Sunday afternoon patrol, Don, Willy, and I went down Marsh Road. It had a fair amount of snow over it and the last few days were very drifty. The snow was wet and heavy being 41° out and the drifts became very difficult to get through. There was a real danger of falling off the trail as the snow hid the shoulders. Glad I wasn't alone! We did see an opossum as well. 
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