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Trail booklets for Fallison Lake Trail Trail depict the history, flora and fauna of the lake region.

The Fallison Lake Nature Trail is the Forest's longest and most strenuous nature trail. Trail booklets depict the history, flora and fauna of the lake region. This trail rolls through a mixed coniferous-deciduous forest of balsam, red pine, white pine, sugar maple, white birch, and large-toothed and trembling aspen. The trail crosses bogs on the southwest and northeast sides and a hemlock glade on the south side. Watch for signs of beaver activity along the trail and along the shore. Loons, osprey, and eagles are often seen on or around the beautiful 53-acre wilderness Fallison Lake. Resting benches offer an opportunity to quietly watch and listen for wildlife. Pets are not permitted on trail. The trail is used for cross-country skiing (ungroomed) and snowshoeing during winter.

Directions: From Woodruff, WI, Take Hwy. 51 north to County M. Turn right on County M and go 2.5 miles to County N. Turn right on County N and go 3.5 miles to trailhead.

Difficulty: Strenuous

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Northern Highland / American Legion SF, Wisconsin

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