|Length||70.44 mi / 113.4 km|
|Time to Allow|
The Wisconsin Lake Superior Scenic Byway follows the shoreline of the largest freshwater lake in the world and provides access to the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore and abundant opportunities for recreation along the way. The route starts at the Whittlesey Creek National Wildlife Refuge near Ashland and stretches along the Lake Superior shoreline. The byway brings travelers to the sandy beaches of the Port Wing Boreal Forest and hiking opportunities at Twin Falls hiking trail. The mouth of the Brule River, located within Brule River State Forest, is a world famous trout stream and wilderness area where five presidents have visited. The Wisconsin Lake Superior Scenic Byway holds an abundance of pristine natural features and recreational opportunities, making the byway an outstanding destination for all travelers looking for outdoor recreation and scenic beauty.