"This easy, although at times soggy, woodland loop in the Adirondack Lakes Region northeast of the hamlet of Tupper Lake strings together prized canoe waters. The trail travels through mature conifer-deciduous woods to stitch together a series of glacial ponds accentuated by rock and pine-clad islands and floating mats of water lily blooms mid-July to August. Loons, ospreys, herons, frogs, and fish can animate
Orange snowmobile markers indicate the start of the loop, while pale yellow canoe-carry disks indicate the spurs to the lakes. By taking full advantage of the canoe carries, this hike visits the shores of seven large ponds and the waters of Fish Creek. Beech, birch, maple, and hemlock overlace the cushiony path, while ferns, hobblebush, oxalis, and club moss decorate the woods floor."