Hike of the Day: Lumberjack Trail
October 24, 2022
Hike up to twelve miles of trails winding through dense forest and expansive wetlands. Bald eagles are often seen soaring over the nearby Manitowish River and White Sand Creek. Many aquatic wildlife thrive in both waterways, such as River otters, muskrats, Trumpeter swans, ducks of various species, and Blue herons. This trail system features towering Red pines, stands of hemlocks, and maples for hiking enthusiasts to enjoy.
The Lumberjack Trail also connects with the Escanaba-Pallette Lake hiking trail at the trailhead on Highway K. Leashed pets allowed when there is no snow.
Length: Green trail- 2.94 miles; Blue trail- 4.57 miles; Red trail- 4.57 miles
Location: From Boulder Junction, continue east on Old Hwy K approximately 1 mile to Concora Road where you will find the parking area on the left. An additional trailhead is located off Hwy K, by following Hwy M south about 2 miles to Hwy K and turning east.
For an up-to-date trail map please visit this site.
If you’re looking for other adventures on our local trails, consider downloading the Map It Vilas County app for your phone! This handy map application encompasses all trails within Vilas County. For more information, including how to download the app, visit this site.