Wolf Lake was named by French Louie himself, after he saw many wolves in the area. He and Charles Henderson have been photographed here.
This is a short, wet trail to a remote lake where the chance of seeing another hiker is slim. Perhaps one or two hikers per week travel this trail, giving it almost a bushwhack feel as the evergreens close in on the old foot path.
Location: The trailhead is a 13-mile drive in from the Limekiln entrance to the Moose River Plains Wild Forest in Inlet. Drive 9.1 miles to the big T intersection, then turn right and continue on Otter Brook Road as it crosses the Moose River and Otter Brook bridges. Look for the Falls Pond Parking area on the left.
Distance: It's 3.3 miles one way to Wolf Pond. Mountain biking is not permitted here.
It can take 6 hours or more for slow hikers to do the round-trip hike.