Boulder Junction Area Hiking Trails

Escanaba-Pallette Lake Trails

This hilly, rolling and very scenic trail winds around several lakes and through a variety of timber types and has a shelter and fire ring provided. Escanaba Lake can also be fished—check all fish you take out with the Escanaba Contact Station. This intermediate level cross-country ski trail is tracked and a Wisconsin State Trail Pass is required. This trail connects to the Lumberjack Trail. *Pets not allowed when there is snow.

Length:4 loops ranging in length from 2, 4, 5.5 and 8.5 miles Location:From Boulder Junction, continue south on County Hwy M approximately 7 miles to Nebish Lake Road. Turn east on Nebish Lake Road and continue about 3.5 miles to the parking area on the north side of the road. Click here for a printable map (pdf).

Fallison Lake Trails

A beautiful, very hilly trail, with a spectacular view of Fallison Lake. Booklets on wildlife, flora and trail history are available from the DNR Trout Lake Office and at the trailhead from mid-May to mid-September as well as interpretive labels along the trail. Bicycling not allowed on this trail.

Length:Loops of .5, 1.0, 2.0 and 2.5 miles Location:Across from Crystal Lake Campground on Hwy N, west of Sayner. Click here for a printable map (pdf).

Lumberjack Trail

This designated mountain bike trail (Wisconsin State Trail Pass required) serves as an ungroomed cross-country ski and snowshoe trail during the winter. Includes several wilderness trails of grass and dirt gently winding through different timber types and along the edge of the Manitowish River, the Fishtrap Flowage, and White Sand Lake. Leashed pets are allowed only when there is no snow. Trail connects to the Escanaba-Pallette Lake Trails.

Length:Loops of 4.6 and 12.5 miles are available Location:From Boulder Junction, continue south on Old Hwy K approximately 1 mile to Concora Road and a parking area. Click here for a printable map (pdf).

North Trout Nature Trail

This easy hiking trail meanders around a mature black spruce tamarack bog as well as along Trout Lake, offering a beautiful view. Great trail for spring wildflower hikes. Also open for snowshoeing. No bicycles or pets allowed. A state park sticker is required to park at the North Trout Lake. Campground parking area.

Length:1 mile loop Location:From Boulder Junction, continue south on County Hwy M approximately 4 miles to a parking area on the west side of the highway. Click here for a printable map (pdf).

Tom Roberts Memorial Nature Trail

This handicapped accessible paved nature trail offers interpretive signs as visitors amble though balsam, pine, maple, birch and aspen with beautiful views of Muskellunge Lake. No bikes or pets allowed. A State Park vehicle admission sticker is required. This trail accesses both the Crystal Lake Trail and the Plum Lake Bike Trail systems.

Length:.5 miles loop Location:From the intersection of County Hwy M and County Hwy N south of Boulder Junction, continue east on County Hwy N approximately 2 miles to Crystal Lake Campground. The trail is located near the beach area at the campground. Click here for a printable map (pdf).