This is a wiki, and we welcome your input to make this trail description even better.Click here to edit!
This trail is less that ten years old. It was built in honor of a local fly-fisherman and is centered around that activity. It has spectacular views of the lake and continue through and old-growth cedar stand. The trail continues on another 1/4 mile to a fish interpretive site. The cedar grove is open to camping but closed to motorized vehicles.Highlights
This trail might appeal to fly fisherman, as it is open to non-motorized fishing and features a platform to watch the fish spawn in April and May.