Wisconsin Map

Hidden Lake Trail

Contact Info
1170 Fourth Avenue South
Park Falls, WI 54552

Phone 1:
715-362-1371
Phone 2:
715-762-2461
Basics
Length:
13 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
6 - 7 hours

Description

Looking for adventure? Put on your hiking boots and try the Hidden Lakes Trail. It is a long distance trail providing the chance for an overnight campout by a small remote lake. The trail begins midway on the Franklin Nature Trail (in Franklin Lake Campground) and loops to the south around Butternut Lake, passing Luna-White Deer Campground and then back west and north to Franklin Lake Campground. Sites along the way include several small lakes with scenic vistas and a remarkable stand of old hemlock trees. Camp along the way near one of the small lakes or at either of the developed campgrounds. The north branch of the Pine River, north of Luna Lake, is a State Wild River. It is usually about 6-8 inches deep, and there is no bridge crossing.

Pick up a trail map at the Eagle River Ranger Station or at the trailhead before starting this trail. Several sections of the trail follow other trails and old roads so it's a good idea to have a map in hand. Look for white diamond-shaped reassurance markers on trees which designate the Hidden Lakes Trail.

Details

Length:
13 miles
Difficulty:
Intermediate
Time:
6 - 7 hours

Map + Directions


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