This was an awesome, though very long, hike. We did about 10 miles of the 13.5 mile hike with our 7 and 14 year old sons. It was very hot with no shade in a few areas so if you don't do well in the heat, don't go in July. There was a great spot about halfway through the hike that had an area that you could dip your feet it and throw rocks. We rested here for a bit on the way in and the way back and it was nice and shady and cozy. We saw a moose eating near the lake and a bunch of other animals. A lot of people had said they had seen a bear near the trail in the days surrounding our hike but we had no sign of him, kind of disappointed to be honest. We were prepared with bear spray and a bear bell just in case so make sure you take precautions if going on this trail. The only annoying part of this trail was the boat ride over cost us about $65 for a family of four. It was a less than 10 minute ride over so I don't know where they came up with the prices but it was still worth it.
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