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Fallison Lake Nature Trail

This 2.5-mile loop trail rolls through a mixed coniferous/deciduous forest of balsam fir, hemlock, red pine, white pine, sugar maple, white birch, and large-toothed and trembling aspen. The trail crosses bogs and a hemlock glade. The longest loop of the trail goes all the way around 50-acre Fallison Lake.

Directions: From Woodruff travel north 4 miles on Hwy 51, turn northeast for 2.5 miles on Cty M, turn east for 3.5 miles on Cty N to the trailhead parking lot on the south side of the road.

Gazetteer: Page 88, A-4 (prior to 10th edition). | Page 36, A-2 (10th edition).

Amenities: Boardwalks and a rustic nature center nearby.

Fallison Lake Nature Trail map

Phone: 715/385-2727 (US Forest Service).

Web site: Fallison Lake Nature Trail

Signature species: Bald Eagle and Common Loon.

Rarities: Osprey.

Hours: 24/7.

Seasonality: Best in spring, summer and fall.

Restrictions: No pets.

Nearest food & lodging: Woodruff, 10 miles southwest.