Correction Line Trail is a hiking trail in Ontonagon County, Michigan. It is within Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. It is 2.6 miles long and begins at 1,546 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 5.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 868 feet. The Mirror Lake 4 Bunk Cabin chalet can be seen along the trail.
Correction Line Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"A connecting trail between the Big Carp River and Mirror Lake or the Little Carp River. Once across the creek, hikers will make a slow ascent of nearly 2 miles. At first the climb is easy, but it quickens and does not get easier until hikers top out at a point nearly 1,600 feet high overlooking Mirror Lake.Begin at the west trailhead at a junction with the Big Carp River Trail, on the eastshore of the Big Carp River (see Hike 10).The first 1 mile of the Correction Line Trail crosses very wet ground as the trail moves away from the river. Hikers won’t leave the soggy footing behind until they cross Landlookers Creek.The area remains wet much of the year, making for an unavoidably sloppy start."
--Mike Modrzynski, Hiking Michigan (Falcon Guides).
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