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Lower Narrows

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04/01 - 10/31

Lower Narrows State Natural Area is a very scenic and unique geological feature of the Baraboo Range. From the intersection of Highway 33 and County T in Baraboo, go east on Highway 33 for 4 miles, then go west on Man Mound Road 0.1 mile to a pull-off east of the road (into the old quarry).

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  • Explore The Wild Life posted 2 months ago
    "It was raining when I stopped to visit. I enjoyed the sights. I only explored the lower level and a little bit up the cliff side. I would definitely like to return and see all this place has to offer on a sunny day. Some great photo opportunities await here."
  • Scott posted 3 months ago
    "Very easily labelled that you need a park sticker but why wouldn't you have one if you visit these places anyway? Good views. Neat place."
  • Photon 1116 posted 8 months ago
    "Visitors Beware! The State has small unattended parking areas around this park that have dinky little signs warning that you need a day pass. For this place You'll have to drive all the way back to Devil's Lake to get one. They have the time for enforcement, but not service. Looks like entrapment to Me. Nice way to ruin Your otherwise beautiful day. Beware of other parks around Wisconsin having this same problem!"
  • Matt Noll posted 2 months ago
    "Steep hike up the hill but well worth the trip!"
  • Howard Ogden posted 1 year ago
    "Explored the quarry at the Lower Narrows SNA. Hiked up about 200 feet on the crude, steep and muddy trail on the west side of the quarry face. Stopped and took in the view at each of the levels of the quarry, admiring the scenic view of the Baraboo hills and rolling farm land. If your not interested in the hike to top quarry levels, the view from the base is just as impressive."