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Geologic wonders are viewed along the trail including the notable Devil's Soupbowl, a rock depression 900 feet across and 180 feet deep.

This trail was named after a famous Ottawa Indian Chief who resided in the area. The trail begins just off Chief Noonday Road and travels to the Devil's Soupbowl and returns. McDonald Lake Overlook gives a panoramic view of the area along the way.

Directions: From Wayland, MI, Take US 131 south turning east at the Bradley exit. Take CR A-42 (Chief Noonday Road) east to Gun Lake Road following the signs to Yankee Springs Headquarters. Obtain detailed park map at this point.

Elevation: 1,000 feet

Distance: 4 miles

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Yankee Springs Recreation Area, Michigan

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