Lost Lake Trail

Ontonagon, Michigan

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A scenic trail through wild forest to an inland lake and coldwater river. From the southern trailhead, the first 0.5 mile of the trail passes through a forested area but quickly climbs along a rocky pathway to the shoulder of Lost Creek. For about 1.5 miles from the trailhead, hikers will begin a steady ascent to reach an elevation of just over 1,500 feet. As you reach the high point of the trail near Lost Lake, the immense conifers provide a setting that is cathedral-like. With this, take in an equally picturesque view of the lake. Special attractions: Wilderness forest, Lake Superior views, Lost Lake. Upper Carp River.
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Hiking Michigan

by Mike Modrzynski (Falcon Guides)

A scenic trail through wild forest to an inland lake and coldwater river. From the southern trailhead, the first 0.5 mile of the trail passes through a forested area but quickly climbs along a rocky pathway to the shoulder of Lost Creek.

For about 1.5 miles from the trailhead, hikers will begin a steady ascent to reach an elevation of just over 1,500 feet. As you reach the high point of the trail near Lost Lake, the immense conifers provide a setting that is cathedral-like. With this, take in an equally picturesque view of the lake. Special attractions: Wilderness forest, Lake Superior views, Lost Lake. Upper Carp River.

©  Mike Modrzynski/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Ontonagon
Distance: 9
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: Best in Fall
Local Contacts: Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park
Local Maps: USGS Thomaston, White Pine, and Carp River quads;
Driving Directions: Directions to Lost Lake Trail

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