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Stoll Trail is a 2-mile hike to a memorial to Albert Stoll, Jr. who spearhead the effort to make Isle Royale a national park.

The Stoll Trail is an interesting half-day hike beginning from the Rock Harbor Lodge, reaching the rocky shoreline along Scoville Point, and then returning via the scenic Tobin Harbor.

Stoll Trail meanders along the shoreline through wooded area interspersed with open rock bluffs that afford sights of the easternmost islands dotting Rock Harbor. At 0.7-mile historical information and sights of copper pits give reason to pause. Near this site, the access route to Tobin Harbor Trail intersects with Stoll Trail. Proceed eastbound to the rugged shoreline known as Scoville Point. Here lies a memorial to Albert Stoll, Jr. a patriot for the park. The return route affords views of Tobin Harbor and signs of Smithwick Mine.

Directions: From Rock Harbor, The Stoll Trail begins at the Rock Harbor Lodge by the lodge units.

Elevation: 640 feet

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Difficulty: Easy

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Isle Royale National Park, Michigan

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