Long Lake Trail
A short day or overnight trip to a forested lake. Long Lake, a skinny, mile-long lake, is a quick trip off the Forest Service’s Wrangell Island road system. Another Southeast hike where your feet don’t even have to touch ground, the trail is entirely planked and bridged, mostly across wet meadows, with two sets of log stairs thrown in for good measure. The walk also features a short section of dark, mossy hemlock forest and small, bouldery creeks. Special features: A trail shelter and rowboat, wildlife, trout fishing.
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Trail Statistics & Information
|Elevation Gain||150 ft|
|Season||March through November|
|Trailhead Elevation||550 ft|
|Top Elevation||550 ft|
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