Wilderness Loop - Tahquamenon Falls State Park
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7.4 miles: Travelers are led through the most remote areas of the park among old hemlock forests and peatland areas. The trail features a beaver pond and dam on the loop's eastern portion. As ferns grow taller in mid-summer, the trail becomes increasingly difficult to follow. It is recommended for advanced hikers only.
In the winter, this trail is open for skiing and snowshoeing, but is not groomed.
Trail most easily accessed from the Stables Picnic Area just northeast of the Upper Falls turnoff.
Leashed dogs are welcome on all Tahquamenon Falls State Park hiking trails.