Several of the JCAC mapped counties are included in what is known as the Driftless Area.
The Driftless Area was not covered by a glacier during the last Ice Age and as a result many river valleys and ridges were formed by the melting glacial waters. The local topography includes bluffs, steep ridges, many rivers and streams, and an abundance of beautiful scenery.
The ‘Degrees of Slope’ map at the rifht shows the highest degree slopes are located in Vernon, Crawford, and Richland counties. Finding a flat, stright road in any of these counties is difficult if not impossible.
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