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3 miles. 4 mile hike. 3 mile-hike options. Bear left at this point to continue on the main circuit. 9 Trail intersection. The trail to the right forms a loop around the smaller wildlife pond. 1 mile hike. 3 mile hike. Bear left to continue on the main circuit. 4 Trail intersection. Bear left passing the trail to the right which leads back to the shelter. 1 mile hike will turn right at this point. 9 Reach the dam of the smaller wildlife pond. A short way beyond the dam, the trail comes to an intersection where the right trail leads north to the trail shelter.
6 Remote Lake comes into view through the trees on the right. 8 The trail approaches a small, unnamed lake on the left and passes around its east side along a narrow ridge that separates it from Remote Lake. 5" W). About 100 feet beyond the shelter is a small trail on the right leading to the shore of Remote Lake. From the shore, note the red pine covered island off to the right. A second trail, about 100 feet or so before the shelter, also leads to the lake shore. 6 Trail intersection; bear left passing the right trail.
Once they reached the West Savanna River, travelers moved downstream to the La Prairie River and on to Big Sandy Lake and the Mississippi River. Another noteworthy feature of the park is the continental divide. On one side of the divide waters flow to the Mississippi River and on to the Gulf of Mexico; on the other side, rivers and streams flow to the Atlantic Ocean by way of the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River. Northern hardwoods, such as oak, maple, and basswood dominate the forests of Savanna Portage State Park.