Taliesin Preservation invites you to the Grand Opening of the Welsh Hills Trail on June 1st, National Trails Day, From 10 a.m.- 12 p.m. The celebratory ribbon-cutting will highlight the partnerships with The Ice Age Trail Alliance, Friends of the Spring Green River Trail, Driftless Area Land Conservancy, REI, and the many volunteers that worked to make the trail a reality.
The Welsh Hills Trail traverses about a mile of the lower slopes of the Welsh Hills affording hikers a unique perspective of the Taliesin estate and the ongoing ecological restoration of the landscape. It is a relatively flat trail making it a friendly hike for most people. The marked trail connects the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center with Unity Chapel. Hikers can return on the same trail or take the paved recreational trail along Highway 23 back to the Frank Lloyd Wright Visitor Center. The trail is now open year-round and free of charge.
Free and Open to the Public
Light Refreshments Served