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The scenic Escanaba Trail offers several routes affording views of five different lakes.

The Escanaba Trail is a very hilly, rolling and scenic trail. It winds around five different lakes through stands of maple, aspen and balsam. There are a couple fairly steep hills. Three loops allow for shorter hikes.

The trail is groomed and tracked in the winter for cross-country skiing. For skiers, this is an intermediate trail. A shelter with a fire ring is located on the trail. The trail connects with Lumberjack Trail, a very scenic trail winding along the edge of the Manitowish River, the Fishtrap Flowage and White Sand Lake.

Leashed pets are allowed on the trail only when there is no snow on the ground.

Directions: From Boulder Junction, WI, Take County M south for 4 miles. Turn left onto Nebish Road and proceed 3.5 miles to trailhead.

Distance: 20 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Northern Highland / American Legion SF, Wisconsin

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