Little Lost Pond

This is a 7.6-mile hike along the Otter Brook Basin on an old Jeep road. The mountain to the right is Kitty Cobble. The view across Little Lost Pond includes Little Moose, Manbury, and Round mountains.

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 bridge. Just after the bridge there's a little-used trail on the left. As you hike the area to your right is the West Canada Lakes Wilderness. The gravel access road is only open to vehicles in the summer.

Distance

It's 7.6 miles to Little Lost Pond.

Expect this trail to take more than 10 hours round trip, even for experienced hikers. Mountain bikers can expect up to a 6 hour ride.

Winter Overview

This trail is not recommended for winter use as the Moose River Plains is a snowmobile corridor and not open to cars or trucks in the winter.

Location
Otter Brook Road Inlet, NY, 13360
Phone
(315) 357-5501

This is a 7.6-mile hike along the Otter Brook Basin on an old Jeep road. The mountain to the right is Kitty Cobble. The view across Little Lost Pond includes Little Moose, Manbury, and Round mountains.

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 bridge. Just after the bridge there's a little-used trail on the left. As you hike the area to your right is the West Canada Lakes Wilderness. The gravel access road is only open to vehicles in the summer.

Distance

It's 7.6 miles to Little Lost Pond.

Expect this trail to take more than 10 hours round trip, even for experienced hikers. Mountain bikers can expect up to a 6 hour ride.

Winter Overview

This trail is not recommended for winter use as the Moose River Plains is a snowmobile corridor and not open to cars or trucks in the winter.

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