Pine forest to a ridge with fine views of Flour Lake looking to the south and the hilly terrain surrounding Rudy and Ruby Lakes. Further to the west, next to the shelter, is a view of West Bearskin Lake.
This trail may be used as a north-south shortcut for return trips to either lodge.
This trail offers nice views of the BWCAW and Canada to the north, and from the top of the hill at the west end. Have fun on the roller coaster downhill!
Nestled between Red Pine and Moose Ridge, this trail offers some gentle downgrades and a few thrillers. An easy ascent through lowland forest along ridges with virgin stands of pine creating another loop off the Old Logging Camp Trail.
Expert skiers will put their skills to the test on Bear Cubs loops. Groomed for both skating and diagonal stride, this trail features very challenging uphill and screaming downhills. Towering white pines greet you as you travel to the Bear Cub Lake overlook at an elevation of 2000ft.