ASTRID LAKE TRAIL
1.3 The trail skirts the edge of a large clearing with a beaver pond and ascends a ridge passing very large boulders and tall white and red pines. Jack pine and oak begin to dominate the forest as the trail reaches the ridge top.
1.9 Trail intersection beginning the circuit portion of this hike.
Bear left on the trail to Astrid Lake passing the trail to the right. Cairns mark the way over occasional rock outcroppings.
2.3 Cross a small stream and come to a pond where the trail continues briefly along a rock outcropping at the water’s edge before veering into the woods once again.
2.7 The trail crosses an area of fire-scarred tree stumps and snags scattered amongst jack and red pines, and an occasional white pine.
3.0 Trail intersection at Astrid Lake; turn right passing the trail to the left.
3.2 A spur trail to the left leads to a campsite on Astrid Lake (48° 6′ 44.3″ N 92° 19′ 30.4″ W). Beyond the spur, the trail approaches the lake shore before veering away again and passing some large red and white pines, some with fire scars on their trunks.
3.5 Trail intersection with the Lake Pauline-Nigh Lake Loop; continue straight ahead to hike this loop, or turn right to skip it for the shorter 6.4 mile option. The directions that follow are for the 7.3 mile circuit hike. Otherwise, jump to mile 4.6.
3.9 Cross a stream flowing west to Pauline Lake.
4.0 Reach the campsite on Pauline Lake (48° 7 20.3″ N 92° 19′ 28.1″ W). In 85 feet, come to an intersection with the portage trail to Nigh Lake; turn right on the portage.
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