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Gully Lake Trail
Gully Lake Trail, 10.0 km long, begins about 4 km from the Gully Lake Wilderness trail head or 1.5 km from the Van der Veen Road entry point. The trail has sugar maple, red spruce and white spruce woods, and a huge variety of lichens, mosses, and wildflowers - testament to the lack of pollution in the protected wilderness area. The trail passes many old logging camp sites, a Salmon River log brow, Small Pox clearing, a wilderness lake, many brooks, and 4 waterfalls. Its distance makes it the most challenging of CE-TS trails.
Type: Loop
Length: 10.0 km (approx 3.5 hour hike)
Surface: soil, rocks, roots, footpath
Marking: Follow path and trail markers.
Permitted Use:
Back Country Skiing
Hiking
Snowshoeing
Access: Access from The Willard Kitchener MacDonald trail or at the end of the fire road at Gully Lake. Trail head coordinates posted are at the Gully Lake entrance.
Trail Head Coordinates: Lat 45.548110 N, Long 063.064320 W. Directions.
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Photos: Visit the Photo Gallery for more photos of this trail.
 
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Gully Lake 

Gully Lake Trail Map. [Enlarged Version] Also available in Black and White

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