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The Lumberjack Trail is a very scenic trail winding along the edge of the Manitowish River, the Fishtrap Flowage and White Sand Lake. The trail gently rolls through a variety of timber types. The surface is grass, dirt, rocks, and sand. The effort is easy to moderate.

Approximately half of the trail winds through an area that was logged a few years ago. The remainder of the trail is through old timber. The trail connects with the Escanaba Trail, a scenic route affording views of five different lakes. Backpack camping is allowed along the Lumberjack; a permit is required but no fee.

Mountain bikes are welcome on the trail. Cross-country skiers and snowshoers will find an ungroomed route in winter. Leashed pets are welcome all year on the trail.

Directions: From Boulder Junction, WI, Travel County M south turning left on County K. Go about 5 miles, just past Nixon Lake Road.

Distance: 22.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy/Moderate

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Northern Highland / American Legion SF, Wisconsin

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