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Pine Bluff Trail

Hiking Pine Bluff Trail Cross country skiing Pine Bluff Trail

Trail Distance:

1.5 Miles

Trail Description:

Pine Bluff Trail – The trail is accessed along Highway M28, approx. 1/4 of a mile east of Sidnaw. Take FR 2200 north for approximately 9 miles to its junction with FR 2240. To the west of the junction you will find the access road to the Pine Bluff Trailhead. The trail is located within the Sturgeon Wilderness so motorized or wheeled vehicles are not permitted. Pine Bluff Trail is approx. 3/4 of a mile long on mostly even, sandy ground. It takes you through jack pine and northern hardwood type forest to the edge of the Sturgeon Gorge. While the trail is only maintained to the edge of the Gorge, it does continue down into the Gorge and is used by both fishermen and hunters. The Gorge is very deep and the climb back out strenuous. Going down into the Gorge is not recommended.

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