“A burly trail that follows the eastern ridge of Niquette Bay State Park.”
— Dan Raisbeck
Features: Fall Colors — Lake — Swimming — Views
Watch your ankles on small rocks.
From the trailhead, bear left to a path that winds back and forth up the hill. Once on the hill, the trail follows the contours of the ridge up and down. Once at the lake end of the trail, head down the stone staircase-like path towards the beach.
The stone staircase parts of the trail also tend to be very slippery when wet. This trail contains lots of small rock obstacles, so step carefully.