in Rusk County of northwest Wisconsin
For more photos of the Blue Hills area go to the "Autumn Splendor" gallery and "Devil's Kettle and Gundy"s Canyon" and "Audie Lake and Perch Lake"
The Blue Hills, made of quarzite bedrock, were once a mountain range, older than both the Rocky and Appalachian Mountains. The peaks have been worn down by millions of years of erosion. The last glacier went no further than the Blue Hills area, leaving a legacy of scattered lakes, fertile ground for a productive forest, abundant wildlife and tremendous scenery. Mother Nature provides a scenic mixture of thirty different tree specimen that showcase breathtaking displays throughout the various seasons. Hikers, runners, fishing enthusiasts, mountain bicyclists, fall hunters and cross country skier's marvel at the beautiful scenic views.
In short, the Blue Hills in northern Wisconsin are a special place, and the people who live there consider themselves very blessed.
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