Cross-country trail spotlight: Lumberjack Trails

By Tyler Warhurst

Ungroomed and untracked, running through tall pine forests and expansive wetlands. Bald eagles are often seen soaring over the Manitowish River and White Sand Creek. The Lumberjack Trail also connects with the Escanaba-Pallette Lake Hiking Trail. Pets allowed when there is no snow.

Length: 4.6 and 12.5 miles loops

Location: From Boulder Junction, continue east on Old Hwy K approximately 1 mile to Concora Road where you will find the parking area. Access is also available at the trailhead off Hwy K, by following Hwy M south about 2 miles to Hwy K and turning east.

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