Day 2 on the Wisconsin River would consist of 18.6 miles. We flew down the river, getting started around 9 and wrapping up by 2. Mainly because we found a great shoreline campsite, and there was rain incoming. The river was really cruising, but we also paddled hard for a couple stretches.
We'd pass under a few big bridges, but that was the only sign of people we'd see all day. The rest of the time it would be trees, landscape, and a few bald eagles. We'd stop for lunch right by the railroad bridge at 34.5, then continue on for an hour after that when we found our great campsite. As there was rain coming in around 5, we'd stop and set up camp. Good thing too, as it would rain off and on all evening, night, and a little into the next morning.
This section started up some nice rock formations too. The river really cuts deep into the ground, so you get some tall edges. Basically, the river gets more and more beautiful the farther in you get.
Metamorphosing from an average camper into a true outdoorsman