Along The Pine (JM-32804)
The 89-mile length of the Pine River was designated as a Wisconsin Wild River in 1965. The river, born in the forests and swamps of the Nicolet National Forest, flows through a rugged and undeveloped area with limited and often difficult access. With shorelines heavily wooded with sugar maple, yellow birch, hemlock, white cedar and of course white pine, this is a great place to hike or paddle on a blue sky autumn day. This photo was made at an access point at the end of Thompson Road southwest of Florence, Wisconsin.