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The Leveaux Peak Hiking Trail shares a common trailhead with the Oberg Mountain Trail. Together they form a hike of about 5.5 miles which is easily doable in half a morning and an afternoon. Plan on spending the morning hiking the Leveaux Peak circuit first, and the afternoon lunching on Oberg and enjoying the many overlooks it has to offer. Not that Leveaux is a slacker when it comes to overlooks.
From the trailhead, the route to Leveaux Peak passes through a forest of balsam firs, spruce, and white birch. A small clearing a quarter mile from the start provides a glimpse of the rocky-sided peak. Shortly afterwards, the trail crosses the Onion River and enters a predominately maple forest with an open understory.
The trail leads right up to the base of an escarpment and boulder field at the bottom of the steep rock face. The trail skirts this cliff a short way and then climbs steeply to the summit by way of switchbacks that lessen the grade. A bench situated nicely under a cedar tree offers itself as a resting place for those in need. There is a small looping trail off the main circuit around Leveaux Peak. The smaller circuit has views of nearby Carlton Peak, the North Shore, and Lake Superior. Back on the main circuit around the peak is an overlook of the headwaters of the west branch of the Onion River and low ridges fading into the distance. Immediately after this last overlook, the trail descends via switchbacks and heads back to the trailhead.
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