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|Yellow Trail||0.62 miles|
|Green Trail||1.35 miles|
|Blue Trail||2.12 miles|
|Red Trail||2.39 miles|
Amenities: Water pumps at trailhead and south end of Fallison Lake.
Trail Type: Single-track with some rolling hills.
Fee: No fee.
Other Activities: Snowshoeing
The Trailhead is located 2.3 miles east of Highway M on Highway N.
Travel through hemlock, red pine, white pine, and hardwoods forests. Look out upon a glacial lake and pristine bogs. The two mile loop around Fallison Lake is visitor friendly, with clearly marked intersections to guide your way, primitive stairs to aid with hill climbs, and occasional boardwalks to keep your feet dry while also protecting the fragile environment. Interpretive signs imparting information about flora, fauna, and geology are scattered throughout the trail, as well as benches that offer views of Fallison Lake. About halfway around the loop is a hemlock opening with picnic tables and a water pump, perfect for a mid-hike rest stop. If you wish to explore a bit more, the extension loop takes you on a slightly more narrow trail around an open bog. Carry-in boat access is available 0.14 miles from the parking lot. Take the trail to the right and put-in at the first intersection.