Lumberjack Trail

The Lumberjack Trail is a very scenic trail winding along the edge of the Manitowish River, the Fishtrap flowage and White Sand Lake. The trail gently rolls through a variety of timber types. The surface is grass, dirt, rocks, and sand. The effort is easy to moderate. Approximately half of the trail winds through an area that was logged a few years ago. The rest of the trail is through old timber. The trail connects with the Escanaba Trail. Backpack camping is allowed along the Lumberjack, but requires a permit. The Lumberjack cross country ski trail is ungroomed.

Directions

There are two Trailheads on the Lumberjack. For one, take the "Old County Road K" east from Boulder Junction to Concora Rd. To get to the other, go south from Boulder Junction on County Road M and turn left on County Road K. Go about 5 miles, just past Ni

Free Admission

  • Yes

Trail Length (miles)

  • 13

Cross-Country Skiing/Snowshoeing Trail Type

  • Flat
  • Hilly
  • Open
  • Wooded