Meet Our New Chapter Coordinator

I’d like to take this time to introduce myself to the members of the Chippewa Moraine Chapter of the Ice Age Trail.  My name is Vicki Christianson.  I have lived in Cornell, Wisconsin for the past 40 years.  I am originally from Brookfield, Wisconsin, and I remember school trips to visit the Kettle Moraine Forest and Horicon Marsh when I was young.  I taught for many years in Cornell, and am now retired.

I began hiking the Ice Age Trail in 2003 and joined the Chippewa Moraine Chapter in 2004.  Over the years, I have participated in local chapter maintenance projects and MSC projects.  In the fall of 2016, I began a concerted effort to complete the entire trail, and have completed about 600 miles of CRs and segments so far.  In 2019, I spearheaded the committee to apply for Trail Community status for Cornell which we achieved in January of 2020.  Covid put a damper on many of the activities we wanted to accomplish, and I look forward to when we will be able to fulfill those goals. 

I’m looking forward to my role as the Chapter Coordinator.  I’d like to thank Richard Smith for all the time he is spending on-line with me to train me in as coordinator.  Hope to see you on the trail.

You can reach me through the chapter email: