Wolf Lake

Start your hike along an old forest road that quickly becomes an attractive walk through a lush hardwood forest. In the fall, during peak foliage, this trail is a real treat to walk.

Along the narrowing trail you will pass by several small wetlands, two well-constructed foot bridges, and a side trail to Falls Pond. Quickly you will come to the Deep Lake Trail on the left after 2.25 miles. Follow that for about 0.1 mile and make a left to Wolf Lake; a right will bring you to Deep Lake. From here the trail seems to get little use or attention but is still easy to follow. A slight climbs and descent will bring you to the shore of the lake.

Location

From the intersection of Route 28 and Limekiln Road in Inlet, follow Limekiln Road. Continue to Moose River Plains Road on the left and follow here. Continue on Moose River Plains Road to Otter Brook Road which will be your second right. Follow here for around 4.4 miles to the West Lake/Falls Pond Trail on the left.

Distance

6.4 miles

It can take 5 hours or more to do this hike.

Location
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Start your hike along an old forest road that quickly becomes an attractive walk through a lush hardwood forest. In the fall, during peak foliage, this trail is a real treat to walk.

Along the narrowing trail you will pass by several small wetlands, two well-constructed foot bridges, and a side trail to Falls Pond. Quickly you will come to the Deep Lake Trail on the left after 2.25 miles. Follow that for about 0.1 mile and make a left to Wolf Lake; a right will bring you to Deep Lake. From here the trail seems to get little use or attention but is still easy to follow. A slight climbs and descent will bring you to the shore of the lake.

Location

From the intersection of Route 28 and Limekiln Road in Inlet, follow Limekiln Road. Continue to Moose River Plains Road on the left and follow here. Continue on Moose River Plains Road to Otter Brook Road which will be your second right. Follow here for around 4.4 miles to the West Lake/Falls Pond Trail on the left.

Distance

6.4 miles

It can take 5 hours or more to do this hike.

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