This scenic route south of Amherst travels Otto Road from US 10 west to Morgan Road, then south on Morgan Road to County T, passing through hilly, rugged terrain, forests and fields, offering glimpses of native wildlife and a boulder-strewn section of the Tomorrow River.
Extending west from Rural Road to the Waupaca county line, Emmons Creek Road crosses a spring fed trout stream and passes through several stands of native pines and hardwoods.
Travels South Foley Road and Town Line Road between US 10 and WI 54 just west of Waupaca. The Ice Age National Scenic Trail follows this route. The scenic beauty of this segment is enhanced by rolling hills, an arch of trees over the road at two points, deep ravines accented with ferns and a variety of wild flowers, a large apple orchard and the Waupaca River.
The Yellowstone Trail enters the city of Waupaca on the south side of current Highway 10 at County Road A on Appletree Lane. Signs mark the route travelling westward and additional information about the trail and historical landmarks along the way are available at www.YellowStoneTrail.org.