| 323.2 km|| WIS 32 in Port Washington|
| US 14 / US 61 in La Crosse|
WIS 32 in Port Washington
La Crosse County, Wisconsin
State Trunk Highway 33 (often called Highway 33, STH 33 or WIS 33) is a Wisconsin state highway running east–west across central Wisconsin. It is 200.84 miles (323.22 km) in length.
Wisconsin Highway 33 Wikipedia
Highway 33 begins 300 feet (91 m) east of the Mississippi River where it intersects U.S. Highway 14 (US 14) / US 61 just south of downtown La Crosse. It ends in downtown Port Washington at Highway 32 one mile (1.6 km) west of Lake Michigan.
Prior to European settlement, the foot trail from Port Washington to Horicon was the most traveled of seven trails that met in Horicon Marsh. A road was constructed to provide access from Lake Michigan to the fertile hunting grounds of the marsh, to provide food for the crews of ships on the lake. It is one of the oldest roads in Wisconsin.