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Several La Crosse River Marsh trails closed due to high water

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Trails in the La Crosse River Marsh are closed until further notice due to high water and flooding from recent storms.

The Grand Crossing, Willow and Cottonwood trails are all currently closed, the La Crosse Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department said.

La Crosse River Marsh trails closed

The Grand Crossing, Willow and Cottonwood Trails in the La Crosse River Marsh are all closed until further notice due to high water.

The trails will reopen after water recedes and any possible damage from the flooding can be repaired.

Officials urge trail users to respect barricades and any signage near trail closures.

The La Crosse area saw record amounts of rain over the weekend with widespread urban and waterway flooding. On Saturday, La Crosse saw 5.59 inches of rain, the wettest day on record. More storms are expected throughout the week.

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