“A great trail that follows the Wester Ridge of Niquette Bay State Park.”
— Dan Raisbeck
Fall Colors · Lake · Views
From the trailhead, bear right. The trail eventually goes down a steep section with a rope railing to a small bridge crossing the brook. Once on the other side, avoid the path marked as private land and take the trail that heads up the hill.
After about a half mile, you'll see signs for the Island View Trail
, which heads off to the right and provides great views of Lake Champlain. Continue along the trail down the hill to the junction of the Muhley Trail, Burns Trail, and Cedar Point Bluff Loop. This is the end point of the Muhley Trail.