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Hamilton Creek Trail

Hamilton Creek Trail

This recreation access trail is popular with hunters and anglers.Length (one way): 1 mile Rating: Easiest USGS Maps: Petersburg D-5 and D-6

Goose Lake Trail

Goose Lake Trail

This trail gives hunters and anglers access to Goose Lake from Kake.Length (one way): 0.75 mile Rating: Easiest USGS Maps: Petersburg D-5 and D-6

Cascade Creek Trail

Cascade Creek Trail

This popular trail follows Cascade Creek upstream through cathedral-like timber from the Cascade Creek Cabin to Falls Lake first, then on to the west end of Swan Lake.Length (one way): 4 miles Rating: First 0.5 mile is Easiest; remainder is More Difficult and Most Difficult USGS Map: Sumdum A-3 and Petersburg D-3

Three Lakes Trail

Three Lakes Trail

Try this boardwalk trail for a beautiful hike through the Three Lakes Recreation Area.Combined Length (one way): 4.5 miles Rating: Easiest USGS Map: Petersburg D-3

Raven Trail

Raven Trail

This trail climbs the ridge behind the Petersburg airport to the Ravens Roost Cabin and offers outstanding views of Petersburg, Frederick Sound, and the mainland. The area is also popular for telemark and cross-country skiing in winter.Length (one way): 4 miles

Ohmer Creek Trail

Ohmer Creek Trail

Located next to Ohmer Creek Campground, this trail follows Ohmer Creek through mature temperate rainforest, muskeg, and over a beaver pond. The first section is barrier-free and has interpretive signs. The second section of the trail provides anglers with access to Ohmer Creek and adjacent beaver ponds.Length (one way): 1 mile Rating: First 0.25 mile […]

Ideal Cove Trail

Ideal Cove Trail

This primitive trail connects the Three Lakes Trail with Ideal Cove.Length (one way): 1.5 miles Rating: More Difficult USGS Maps: Petersburg C-2 and C-3, C-3

Kupereanof and Woewodski Island Trails

Kupereanof and Woewodski Island Trails

Kah Sheets Lake Trail Hooter and Castle River Trails

Harvey Lake Trail

Harvey Lake Trail

This trail is a pleasant day hike to or from Harvey Lake and the Forest Service cabin there.Length (one way): 0.5 mile Rating: Easiest USGS Map: Petersburg C-4

Portage Mountain Loop Trail

Most of this primitive trail lies within the Petersburg Creek – Duncan Salt Chuck Wilderness. The trail begins at Petersburg Lake and circles Portage Mountain to the Salt Chuck East Cabin.Length (one way): 10.2 miles Rating: More Difficult USGS Map: Petersburg D-4

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