Brown's Tract Flow, Inlet Canoe Carry Trail

Brown's Tract Flow, Inlet Canoe Carry Trail

This path might be primarily used as a canoe carry, but it makes for an enjoyable walk for those looking to stretch their legs. 

How to get there

The parking area is a small gravel pull off along Route 28 about 2.4 miles southwest of Raquette Lake. 

Hiking

This is an easy hike over level ground. A path from the parking lot leads you to the main trail. To the right, a path leads to Brown's Tract. Left goes 1.7 miles to Eighth Lake. It's a short 0.6 mile hike down the easy and wide path to Brown's Tract, where a 0.5-mile long raised bridge boardwalk takes paddlers to the water of Browns Tract Flow, which leads out to Raquette Lake.

Birding

There are many interesting birds to watch here, like Black-capped Chickadees, Red-eyed and Blue-headed Vireos, Yellow-rumped Warblers, Red-breasted Nuthatches, and Swainson's Thrush. 

Explore more

Read our blog about exploring this area on foot!

 

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