“Life is Better at The Lake.”
We hiked this trail twice, on August 11th and August 16th. The first time, we missed the hatching building and the second lake by 0,2 miles! The last part of the trail was overgrown, and the markers could have been more precise.
So, the second time, we climbed over fallen trees, ignored the bushes, and did reach the trail’s end. We were rewarded with beautiful scenery!
This was a great hike, not too tricky, with an elevation gain of 1,000 feet to the highest point at 2,850 feet. The trail starts at Napeequa Crossing and ends at the old hatching cabin built by the state Fish and Wildlife in 1949. Be aware of the overgrown path, though!