Pammel Creek Trail

There are multiple access points for this location. Specific details for each trailhead can be found numbered, respectively, below. Alternative access points are marked on the map in green.

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Location / Access

Access Point #1 

Address:

Mormon Coulee Rd

La Crosse, WI 54601

(Lat-Longitude: 43.758675, -91.205440)

Directions:

Head south on West Ave S. Turn left onto South Ave. Continue onto US-14 E/US-61 S/Mormon Coulee Rd for about 2 miles. Destination will be on the right.

Map View of Location

Accessible By Public Transport?

         Yes

Parking:

None

Overview of Trail

Access Point #2  

Address:

33rd St S

La Crosse, WI 54601

(Lat-Longitude: 43.761829, -91.205681)

Directions:

Head south on West Ave S then turn left onto South Ave. Continue onto Mormon Coulee Rd. Turn left onto Broadview Pl/Shelby Rd. Turn right onto 33rd St S.

Parking:

Roadside parking near trail.

Map View of Location

Street View of Trailhead 

Accessible By Public Transport?

Yes

Access Point #3  

Address:

Hagen Rd and Pammel Creek Rd

La Crosse, WI 54601

(Lat-Longitude: 43.788916, -91.199178)

Directions:

Head north on West Ave S toward Jackson St. Turn right onto Jackson St and continue onto State Hwy 33 Trunk E/WI-33 E/State Rd. Turn right onto Hagen Rd.

Map View of Location

Accessible By Public Transport?

         No

Parking:

Roadside parking near trail.

Overview of Trail Access

Site Information

Dominant Features

Biodiversity Rating: 1/5

Trail Map - (click for map) 

courtesy of Wisconsin Department of Transportation

Terrain:

Paved

Flat

Difficulty:

Easy

Pets Allowed on Leash

Property Management and Link to More Information:

This property is owned and managed by the City of La Crosse. More information here.

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La Crosse Nature Guide

A one-stop resource of outdoor places for nature connections in La Crosse County

This creation of this Guidebook was a collaborative effort, led by the Nature Connections program of the La Crosse County Health Department. The program is currently funded by Mayo Clinic Health System and the Paul E. Stry Foundation. Thank you to the following organizations for their support:

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