SHT Duluth to Two Harbors

Linking people with nature by footpath along Lake Superior's North Shore.

The 54-mile stretch between Duluth and Two Harbors is complete for your hiking enjoyment.

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Martin Road to Lismore Road

Martin Road to Lismore Road]

6.9 Miles

Section description: Martin Road (St. Louis Co. Rd. 10) to Lismore Road (St. Louis Co. Rd. 43)

Access and parking: Directions to beginning trailhead: From I-35, take the 21st Ave. East Exit #258. Turn left on 21st Ave. E. and go 0.7 miles up the hill. Turn right on Woodland Ave. and go 1.2 miles. Turn right on Snively Rd. and go 1.0 miles to intersection with Jean Duluth Rd. Continue straight on Jean Duluth Rd. and go 1.9 miles. Turn left on Martin Rd. and go 1.2 miles to trailhead parking lot on left. Overnight parking okay.

Facilities at beginning trailhead: Outhouse

Designated campsites on this section: two

Synopsis: This relatively flat section begins by sharing the North Shore State Trail, a multi-use trail used primarily by snowmobiles, for 3.0 miles. The trail then travels through mixed forests with occasional ponds.

Mile-by-Mile Description:

0.0 (6.9) Martin Road trailhead parking lot

The Superior Hiking Trail leaves parking lot shared with North Shore State Trail (NSST) on east side by outhouses. SHT stays on NSST 0.2 miles to Vermilion Road. At intersection with Vermilion Road, due to wetness, the SHT leaves NSST, crosses Martin Road, and travels east on road shoulder for 0.2 miles until it reaches NSST on north side of Martin Road. SHT shares NSST for the next 2.6 miles.

On shared route with NSST, SHT continues north crossing metal bridge on tributary of Amity Creek. Trail crosses Riley Road at 1.1 (5.8) miles, and comes to West Tischer Road at 1.8 (5.1) miles. SHT turns left (west) and parallels West Tischer Road on grassy trail alongside road for 0.1 miles, then turns right (north) and crosses West Tischer Road, and continues north on NSST crossing dirt Prindle Road at 2.4 (4.5) miles. At well-marked intersection, SHT leaves NSST on left and continues on footpath through woods.

3.0 (3.9) Start of footpath after NSST

SHT travels through mainly young aspen forest with occasional mixed maple-basswood patches. After crossing 12’ bridge, trail passes by Del’s Pond and several other ponds on left. There is a small spur trail down to Del’s Pond; look for turtles and ducks here. SHT continues through woods, crossing a wide opening where an underground pipeline runs, and several old logging roads. Trail comes to second 12’ bridge by a couple of small ponds. Shortly after bridge, trail comes to a spur trail on left to Bald Eagle Campsite.

4.9 (2.0) Bald Eagle Campsite

Bald Eagle Campsite

Tent pads: 3

Water: From beaver pond by campsite

Setting: Overlooking beaver pond

Next Campsite: 1.1 miles

After campsite, SHT comes to previously logged area replanted with spruce and tamarack. Watch carefully for SHT trail marking here. After opening, trail crosses old logging road and continues through woods until it comes to a spur trail to White Pine Campsite.

6.0 (0.9) Spur trail to White Pine Campsite

White Pine Campsite

Tent Pads: 4

Water: From Lester River

Setting: In woods with large white pines

Previous Campsite: 1.1 miles

Next Campsite: 5.5 miles

Shortly after White Pine Campsite, SHT rejoins NSST and crosses Lester River on metal bridge. Trail continues on NSST for 0.1 miles passing day use hut and goes back into woods on left on footpath. SHT continues, passing through a unique cedar forest and soon comes to yellow gate and trailhead parking lot.

6.9 (0.0) Lismore Road trailhead parking lot

Martin to Lismore
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Lismore Road to Normanna Road

Lismore Road to Normanna Road

6.9 Miles

Section description: Lismore Road (St. Louis Co. Rd. 43) to Normanna Road (St. Louis Co. Rd. 38)

Access and parking: Directions to beginning trailhead: From I-35, take 21st Ave. East Exit #258. Turn left on 21st Ave. E. and go 0.7 miles up the hill. Turn right on Woodland Ave. and go 1.2 miles. Turn right on Snively Rd. and go 1.0 miles to intersection with Jean Duluth Rd. Continue straight on Jean Duluth Rd. and go 7.1 miles. Turn left on Lismore Rd. and go 0.6 miles to trailhead parking lot on left. Overnight parking okay.

Facilities at beginning trailhead: none

Designated campsites on this section: one

Synopsis: This relatively flat section shares the North Shore State Trail (NSST), a multi-use trail used primarily by snowmobiles, for about 3.5 miles. The trail travels through a variety of forest habitats with occasional large white pine trees.

Mile-by-Mile Description:

0.0 (6.9) Lismore Road trailhead parking lot

SHT leaves parking lot turning right (east) onto trail through grass that parallels Lismore Road for 0.6 miles to Jean Duluth Road. At stop sign at corner of Lismore Road and Jean Duluth, SHT crosses Jean Duluth Road to gravel road and after 60 feet, enters woods on right before “Dead End” sign. After 50 feet, trail turns left onto natural footpath and continues through woods for 0.3 miles until it comes to NSST.

0.9 (6.0) North Shore State Trail

SHT turns left (east) onto NSST and shares it for next 2.8 miles crossing bridge over Amity Creek after 500 feet. Just before leaving NSST, trail passes big white pine on right and second big white pine on left.

3.7 (3.2) SHT leaves NSST

At clearly marked intersection, SHT leaves NSST and turns right into woods on footpath for 0.5 miles. SHT then travels on a series of old logging roads for a total of 1.1 miles until coming to SHT campsite.

4.7 (2.2) Lone Tree Campsite

Lone Tree Campsite

Tent pads: 3

Water source: Sucker River tributary, unreliable when dry

Setting: In woods along old logging road

Previous Campsite: 5.5 miles

Next Campsite: 3.7 miles

Just after campsite, SHT comes to water crossing over tributary of Sucker River. SHT continues on old logging road for another 0.6 miles. Watch signing carefully through here. SHT turns off logging road on right at marked intersection onto footpath for 0.7 miles.

6.0 (0.9) North Shore State Trail

SHT comes back onto NSST 150 feet before North Tischer Road. Trail crosses road and continues on NSST crossing dirt Normanna Road at 6.5 (0.4) miles and then crossing bridge on tributary of French River. Trail comes to major intersection. Spur trail turns right and goes 475 feet to Normanna Road Trailhead parking lot. Main SHT turns left and continues in woods.

6.9 (0.0) Normanna Road trailhead parking lot

Lismore to Normanna
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Normana to Sucker River

Directions to Normanna Road Trailhead: At Hwy 61 milepost 7.9, turn north (left) on Lakewood Road (Co Rd 692) and go 7.5 miles to Pioneer Road (Co Rd 40). Turn west (left) and go 1.5 miles to French River Road (Co Rd 38). Turn north and go 1.0 miles to intersection of French River Road and Normanna Road (Co Rd 38). Continue straight ahead on driveway to parking lot of North Shore State Trail/Superior Hiking Trail.

Directions to Sucker River Trailhead from Normanna Road Trailhead: Use directions above to intersection of French River Road and Normanna Rd. Then turn west (left) and go 1.5 miles to Pequaywan Lake Rd. Turn north (right) and go 5 miles to Fox Farm Rd. Turn east (right) and go 4 miles to Sucker River Trailhead parking on right.

0.0 (9.0) Normanna Road trailhead parking lot

From parking lot, SHT spur trail (shared with the North Shore State Trail, which is a multi-use trail used primarily for snowmobiling) goes north 475 feet to main SHT. SHT continues straight for 225 feet and then turns right into woods. Trail winds through wood, crosses Reservoir Lakes Snowmobile Trail, and continues to NSST.

(0.3) (8.7) North Shore State Trail (NSST)

SHT crosses NSST and continues through mixed forest, including a dense spruce forest and a red pine plantation. Look for deer and moose sign.

(1.6) (7.4) Series of Ponds

SHT comes to 0.4- mile series of ponds created by beaver activity. Only ponds in middle of stretch currently have water. Heron Pond Campsite is located in middle of stretch, just after glacial erratic (large rock brought by glaciers).

Heron Pond Campsite
Tent pads: 4
Water: from beaver pond, may be unreliable in dry periods
Setting: next to beaver pond
Next Campsite: 3.9 miles

After campsite, SHT continues along ponds and then through mixed forest. Trail comes to bridge on tributary of Sucker River flanked by large beaver-felled trees.

(2.5) (7.5) Bridge by Beaver-Felled Trees

After bridge, SHT crosses road, then gradually climbs hill with deer stands. There are occasional views of Lake Superior far in distance. Trail continues through mixed forest with some nice maple areas until it comes to Sucker River, which can be seen occasionally for next several miles.

(5.6) (3.4) Sucker River Campsite

Sucker River CampsiteTent Pads: 4
Water: from Sucker River
Setting: next to Sucker River
Previous Campsite: 3.9 miles
Next Campsite: 2.7 miles

SHT continues through woods until trail comes to another crossing of NSST.

(6.0) (3.0) North Shore State Trail

SHT turns right onto NSST and continues on NSST for 175 feet, crossing on bridge over Sucker River. SHT turns left off NSST by day use hut and outhouse. Look for porcupines chewing on plywood of outhouse. SHT continues through woods and comes to Pequaywan Snowmobile Trail.

(6.9) (2.1) Pequaywan Snowmobile Trail

SHT crosses snowmobile trail and continues through mixed forest to intersection with SHT spur trail to Sucker River trailhead parking lot.

(8.1) (0.9) Intersection of SHT main trail with SHT spur trail to parking lot

Main SHT continues straight ahead. SHT spur trail turns north (left) to follow 0.9 mile spur trail to parking lot crossing A-frame bridge over Sucker River 0.2 miles before parking lot.

(9.0) (0.0) Sucker River trailhead parking lot

NormannaRiver
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Sucker River to Fox Farm Road

Access and Parking:

From the south:

Fox Farm Road Trailhead Parking Lot: From Hwy. 61 milepost 14.9, turn north (inland) on Homestead Rd. (Co. Rd. 42) and go 5.75 miles. Turn left (west) on West Knife River Rd. and go 0.5 miles. Turn right (north) on App Rd. and go 1.5 miles to intersection with Two Harbors Rd on right. App Rd. changes to Fox Farm Rd. at this intersection. Continue straight (north) on Fox Farm Rd. 0.9 miles to trailhead parking lot on left. Overnight parking okay.

Sucker River Trailhead Parking Lot: From the Fox Farm Road Trailhead parking lot, continue on Fox Farm Road to the north, west, and southwest 4.4 miles to the Sucker River Trailhead parking lot on left. Just before the trailhead parking lot, the road crosses a bridge over the Sucker River. Overnight parking okay.

From the north:

Fox Farm Road Trailhead Parking Lot: On Hwy 61 on the west end of Two Harbors at milepost 25.1, turn right (north) on Co. Rd. 11 (7th Avenue). Co Rd 11 immediately curves left (west) and continues for 0.9 miles. Turn right (north) at stop sign and continue on Co Rd 11. After 0.2 miles, Co Rd 11 curves left (west) and becomes Valley Road and then Two Harbors Road. Continue west 6.9 miles (4.9 miles on paved road and then 2.0 miles on gravel road) to stop sign. Turn right on Fox Farm Road and go 0.9 miles to trailhead parking lot on left. Overnight parking okay.

Sucker River Trailhead Parking Lot: From the Fox Farm Road Trailhead parking lot, continue on Fox Farm Road to the north, west, and southwest 4.4 miles to the Sucker River Trailhead parking lot on left. Just before the trailhead parking lot, the road crosses a bridge over the Sucker River. Overnight parking okay.

Facilities at beginning trailhead: none

Designated campsites on this section: one, 1.1 miles from Sucker River trailhead

Synopsis: The trail begins on a ridge overlooking the Sucker River wetlands complex and then crosses the Sucker River on an A-frame bridge. The trail soon comes to a large beaver pond. After the pond, the trail continues through mixed forest with occasional views and ponds. This section of trail will experience intensive logging operations beginning in 2011.

Mile-by-Mile Description:

0.0 (5.0) Sucker River trailhead parking lot

SHT spur trail leaves parking lot on short set of steps and travels along low wooded spruce-balsam ridge overlooking wetlands along Sucker River. After 0.2 miles, trail comes to bridge crossing Sucker River. After bridge, trail travels long gradual climb to nice maple forest on hilltop. Trail descends gradually to beaver pond at intersection of spur trail with main SHT.

0.9 (4.1) Intersection of SHT spur trail with SHT main trail

SHT continues along edge of beaver pond, leaves pond and comes to junction with a 425-foot spur trail to campsite.

Fox Farm Pond Campsite

Tent pads: 4

Water: from beaver pond, may be unreliable in dry periods

Setting: next to beaver pond

Next Campsite: 7.4 miles (Big Bend Campsite)

After campsite, SHT travels through gently rolling terrain through mixed forests with occasional vistas and beaver ponds. Watch for moose sign throughout. This area is slated for timber harvest operations to restore dead and dying birch and aspen trees so watch for new forest growth after logging has taken place.

1.9 (3.1) Crossing of North Shore State Trail (NSST)

SHT comes to first crossing of NSST. Trail continues through hardwood forest with occasional vistas. Look for inactive fire tower on top of Molde Hill to the southwest and view of Lake Superior eight miles away. After the second crossing of the NSST at 3.1 miles, SHT passes two big white pine trees and then continues with occasional white pines dotting the landscape. The third crossing of the NSST is at 4.8 miles. Trail continues through mixed forest to trailhead parking lot.

5.0 (0.0) Fox Farm Road Trailhead Parking lot

Sucker River
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Fox Farm Road to Rossini Road

Access and parking:See directions to Farm Farm Trailhead above.

Designated campsites on this section: one

Mile-by-Mile Description

0.0 (6.4) FOX FARM RD. TRAILHEAD PARKING LOT

From parking lot, SHT crosses Fox Farm Rd. and travels through small wetland on boardwalk. After crossing open field, trail comes to North Shore State Trail (snowmobile trail). Just before snowmobile trail bridge on West Branch of the Knife River, trail turns left (north) by brown kiosk and follows scenic river upstream. Trail leaves river and goes through ash forest in low area and then starts to climb to nice maple-basswood forest. Look for large old white pine stumps.

1.3 (5.1) FOX FARM HILL

SHT comes to young red pine plantation and continues through it for next 0.5 miles. Trail climbs to Fox Farm Hill with sweeping views on both sides of hill. After leaving pine plantation, SHT travels though alternating balsam and hardwood forests eventually coming again to West Branch of Knife River. Before river, SHT crosses a long, straight road that was an old railroad grade.

2.7 (3.7) WEST BRANCH OF KNIFE RIVER

SHT follows river, passing through mixed forest dotted with small groves of white pine and large spruce trees. After crossing small tributary creek on bridge, SHT crosses snowmobile trail near snowmobile trail bridge. Watch signing and do not cross river here -- SHT bridge crossing of West Branch of Knife River is 0.1 miles further upstream. After bridge crossing, trail continues upstream to campsite.

3.5 (2.9) BIG BEND CAMPSITE

TENT PADS: 4

WATER: from river

SETTING: on West Branch of Knife River

NEXT CAMPSITE: 6.2 miles

After campsite, SHT continues along series of meadows that are old dried-up beaver ponds.

4.0 (2.4) SERIES OF BEAVER PONDS

After continuing through mixed forest, SHT comes to long series of beaver ponds lasting for 0.6 miles. At mid-point of ponds, trail crosses small stream. After more ponds, SHT starts to climb steeply and enters long stretch of mature maple forest dotted with white pine.

5.9 (0.5) TWELVE-MILE VIEW

SHT comes to break in forest where you can see Lake Superior 12 miles away. Trail starts descending gradually through more open woods to Rossini Rd. trailhead.

6.4 (0.0) ROSSINI RD. TRAILHEAD PARKING LOT

Rossini Road
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Rossini Road Trailhead to Lake County Demonstration Forest Trailhead

Total Distance of Section: 6.9 miles

Directions to Rossini Road Trailhead: At Hwy 61 milepost 14.9, turn north (inland) on Homestead Road (St. Louis Co Rd 42) and go 5.75 miles to end. Turn right on West Knife River Rd (still Co Rd 42) and go 1.5 miles. Turn left on Culbertson Rd (St. Louis Co Rd 41) and go 1.5 miles. Turn right on Two Harbors Rd (still Co Rd 41) and go 0.5 miles. Turn left on Laine Rd (Co Rd 266) and go 3.5 miles. Turn left on Rossini Rd (still Co Rd 266) and go 1.3 miles to trailhead parking lot on left.

Directions to Lake County Demonstration Forest Trailhead: At Hwy 61 milepost 26.0 in Two Harbors, turn north on Hwy 2 (Lake Co Rd 2) and go 3.0 miles. Turn left on Hwy 12 (Co Rd 12) and go 2.5 miles. Turn right on Holm Rd and go 0.5 miles. Turn left on Drummond Grade (Co Rd 131) and go 2.5 miles to Demonstration Forest trailhead parking lot on right.

0.0 (6.9) ROSSINI ROAD TRAILHEAD PARKING LOT

SHT crosses Rossini Road and enters mixed woods of balsam fir-birch-aspen-maple-basswood. Trail crosses wet area on bridge and then crosses three small bridges on tributaries of McCarthy Creek in area that shows re-growth from logging. Between the third and fourth small bridges look carefully to see the trail perched on side of old railroad cut. Narrow gauge railroads were used throughout this area for historic logging. Trail goes by several vernal ponds that have water in the spring. Trail enters hardwood forest dotted with occasional large white pines. Noteworthy here is the large number of leatherwood shrubs throughout this area.

2.0 (4.9) BRIDGE ON MCCARTHY CREEK TRIBUTARY

This is the fourth of four bridges on small tributaries. Note the clear water of this tributary. Trail continues alternating between mature maple forest and fir-aspen-birch forests.

3.3 (3.6) McCARTHY CREEK BRIDGE AND CAMPSITE

McCARTHY CREEK CAMPSITE
TYPE: Regular
TENT PADS: 2
WATER: From McCarthy Creek
SETTING: On McCarthy Creek
NEXT CAMPSITE: 1.2 miles

After campsite, SHT crosses bridge below lovely grass-lined waterfall. After leaving creek, trail goes through white pine stand, crosses dirt track, and continues through mixed forest.

4.1 (2.8) OLD DRUMMOND ROAD

SHT crosses Old Drummond Road and comes to area where trail is strewn with frost-shattered rock watch your step carefully here.

4.4 (2.5) FERGUSON TRIBUTARY OF THE KNIFE RIVER

FERGUSON CAMPSITE
TYPE: Regular
TENT PADS: 2
WATER: from creek 100 yards from campsite
SETTING: In spruce trees on hill above branch of Knife River
PREVIOUS CAMPSITE: 1.2
NEXT CAMPSITE: 5.2

5.1 (1.8) DRUMMOND GRADE (CO RD 131)

5.7 (1.2) JUNCTION IN TRAIL AT T-STOP

SHT comes to trail junction where SHT main trail turns left (north) and SHT spur trail turns right (south). After 0.5 miles, SHT spur turns left (south) where it continues on Demonstration Forest trail call Ferguson Trail/Orange Trail for 0.2 miles. SHT spur trail turns right (west) onto Gravel Pit Trail/Orange Trail by gate (make sure you dont turn onto North Shore State Trail check for signs here) and travels on Gravel Pit Trail/Orange Trail 0.5 miles and then turns left (southeast) onto Knife River/Blue Trail and travels 333 ft to trailhead parking lot by kiosk and log outhouses.

6.9 (0.0) LAKE COUNTY DEMONSTRATION FOREST TRAILHEAD PARKING LOT

Rossini Road
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Lake County Demonstration Forest Trailhead to Reeves Road Trailhead

Total Distance of Section: 11.0 miles

Directions to Lake County Demonstration Forest Trailhead: At Hwy 61 milepost 26.0 in Two Harbors, turn north on Hwy 2 (Lake Co Rd 2) and go 3.0 miles. Turn left on Hwy 12 (Co Rd 12) and go 2.5 miles. Turn right on Holm Rd and go 0.5 miles. Turn left on Drummond Grade (Co Rd 131) and go 2.5 miles to parking lot on right.

0.0 (11.0) LAKE COUNTY DEMONSTRATION FOREST TRAILHEAD

SHT spur trail follows a series of Demonstration Forest trails for 1.2 miles to reach main SHT. Facing trailhead sign, SHT spur trail goes left (west) on Knife River/Blue Trail for 333 feet. SHT spur turns right (east) onto Gravel Pit/Orange Trail and goes for 0.5 miles coming to gates by Briton Pit Road. SHT spur turn left (north) on Ferguson/Orange Trail for 0.1 miles. At sign, SHT spur turns right off of Ferguson/Orange Trail to continue on SHT spur for another 0.5 miles to reach main SHT at T-intersection.

1.2 (9.8) SHT MAIN TRAIL

At T-intersection, main SHT turns right (north) to go on to Reeves Road trailhead (main SHT turns left to go to Rossini Road trailhead). SHT goes through mature maple forest and then young aspen forest.

1.9 (9.1) MOSSY KNOBS

SHT climbs slightly to first one, than another nice rock outcrop covered in moss and reindeer lichen and continues in another nice maple forest.

2.6 (8.4) RED PINE FOREST

Trail crosses old logging road and continues by large glacial erratic boulder and soon goes through long stretch of red pine forest. Trail skirts the edge of a large pond and continues through red pine forest.

4.0 (7.0) WEST BRANCH OF STEWART RIVER

SHT comes to the crystal clear West Branch of Stewart River and crosses river on small bridge.

4.5 (6.5) OLD RAILROAD CUT

Trail comes to odd cut into two side hills. This was likely cut for narrow gauge railroad for historic logging. After 0.2 miles, SHT enters area of trees cut by beavers. A short 109-foot spur leads to beaver pond. After going through mixed forest, SHT travels through young red pine stand. Trail descends to Stewart River.

5.1 (5.9) STEWART RIVER AND CAMPSITE

STEWART RIVER CAMPSITE
TYPE: Regular
TENT PADS: 3
WATER: From Stewart River
SETTING: On Stewart River
PREVIOUS CAMPSITE: 5.2 miles
NEXT CAMPSITE: 10.1 miles

After crossing bridge at Stewart River, SHT crosses previously logged area replanted with young spruce. Trail goes back into mixed forest and then descends down side of rock ridge and crosses on small bridge to North Shore State Trail (NSST).

6.2 (4.8) NORTH SHORE STATE TRAIL

SHT turns left (east) and follows NSST for 0.2 miles going under railroad overpass (look for taconite pellets) and then comes to yellow gate. Trail turns right (south) before gate onto Dufresne Road. SHT follows road for 175 feet and turns left (south) into mixed forest and then comes to mature maple forest. Look for an exceptionally large basswood tree in this area.

Trail comes old logging road and turns left following road for 0.1 miles, then veers right off road into another nice maple forest.

8.7 (2.3) FIRST CROSSING OF REEVES ROAD

SHT comes to first of three crossings of Reeves Road through young white pine plantation and then goes along stretch of nice rock outcrops and then wooded clifftop. Right before second crossing of Reeves Road is lovely Reeves Falls. Second crossing of Reeves Road is at 9.4 miles. Trail turns right on road and goes for 194 feet and then turns left into woods again. Third crossing of Reeves Road is at 9.6 miles. Trail goes straight across road here, then continues through woods and crosses pipeline opening and then powerline opening. Trail comes to Reeves Road again by yellow gate and turns right (east) and goes on road 0.5 miles to trailhead parking lot.

11.0 (0.0) REEVES ROAD TRAILHEAD PARKING LOT

Lake County Demo Forest
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Reeves Road to Co Rd 301

Total Section Distance: 5.4 miles

Directions to Reeves Road Trailhead Parking Lot: At Hwy 61 milepost 26.0 in Two Harbors, turn north on Hwy 2 (Lake Co Rd 2) and go 5.5 miles. Turn left on Reeves Road and take immediate left into trailhead parking lot.

0.0 (5.4) REEVES ROAD TRAILHEAD PARKING LOT

From the parking lot, SHT turns north (uphill) and follows Hwy 2 (Co Rd 2) on shoulder for 0.5 miles. Walk on left facing traffic. Just before Dixies Bar and Grill, trail turns right (east) onto snowmobile trail and goes for 0.5 miles. Trail turns right (south) off of snowmobile trail into mixed forest and then through a nice maple forest. Trail continues through mixed forest to rock cliff.

1.3 (4.1) ROCK CLIFF

After basalt rock cliff, trail descends gradually, crosses Gun Club Road, and continues through mixed forest and some fern openings to scenic Silver Creek

2.6 (2.8) SILVER CREEK

SHT follows Silver Creek almost continuously for the next 1.9 miles. Look for big old white pine on the opposite bank.

4.3 (1.1) SILVER CREEK CAMPSITE

SILVER CREEK CAMPSITE
TYPE: Regular
TENT PADS: 6

WATER: From Silver Creek
SETTING: On Silver Creek 1.2 miles from the Co Rd 301 trailhead
PREVIOUS CAMPSITE: 10.1
NEXT CAMPSITE: 9.6

After turning left (east) away from Silver Creek, SHT continues for 1.0 miles through mixed forest to trailhead parking lot.

5.4 (0.0) COUNTY ROAD 301 TRAILHEAD PARKING LOT

Reeves Road
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