Trails

Over 50 miles of dirt roads and trails are closed to vehicles and available for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. Several hiking trails allow access into Moosehorn's Wilderness area, a part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. This area is managed with a "hands-off" philosophy and allows hikers to experience a rare glimpse of old growth climax forests. Near the Refuge Headquarters off Charlotte Road, The Woodcock Trail offers a handicapped accessible option as well as a self guided interpretative walk.

 

Refuge Maps:

Baring Division

Edmunds Division 

Download our Headquarters Area trail guide

 

Fishing Pier Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.09
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Woodcock Trail

A short paved loop trail that is handicap accessible and contains several interpretive panels that provide information on various native plants and animals. This trail has a particular focus on the requirements for our protected species, the American woodcock.
Trail Length (mi)
0.31
Trail Difficulty
Difficulty Meter / introductory
Easy
Route Type
Loop
Trail Activities
Accessible trails
Birding
Hiking
Wildlife watching
Suitability
Wheelchair friendly
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Timberdoodle Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.15
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Camp Two Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.61
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Fire Tower Trail

Trail Length (mi)
1.05
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Cranberry Lake Trail

Trail Length (mi)
3.38
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Mag Mountain Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.65
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Barn Meadow Loop Trail

Trail Length (mi)
1.66
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Charlotte Trail

A short path through flowering fields and forest. Panels are located throughout the trail that provide interpretive information on local plants and animals. This trail can be a loop or connected with other nearby trails.
Trail Length (mi)
0.69
Trail Difficulty
Difficulty Meter / introductory
Easy
Route Type
Loop
Trail Activities
Birding
Wildlife watching
Suitability
Kid friendly
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Conic Lake Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.34
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Greg's Pond Trail

This trail contains grassy pathways and elevated wooden walkways for wet areas. This trail passes by Greg’s Pond, great for wildlife viewing. The low canopy and overhanging brush will be sure to keep you cool.
Trail Length (mi)
0.82
Trail Difficulty
Difficulty Meter / introductory
Easy
Trail Activities
Birding
Hiking
Wildlife watching
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Raven Trail

This moderate trail has hilly terrain, high dense canopy cover, and a dense understory the further you go through the loop. Small panels that cover local plants are scattered throughout the trail. This is a great option if you’re looking for something more than a brisk walk.
Trail Length (mi)
0.81
Trail Difficulty
Difficulty Meter / intermediate
Moderate
Route Type
Out & back
Trail Activities
Birding
Hiking
Wildlife watching
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Touse Meadow Trail

Trail Length (mi)
0.60
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