Trail Detour on Harwood Lakes Segment

A short detour has been created in the Harwood Lakes Segment, midway between County Highway E and Deer Fly Trail. The 0.27-mile detour is very rough and was created to bypass an active logging project that has caused a trail closure at that location. Watch flags closely and take care with footing,

The route is flagged with white and lime-green streamers and has been lightly brushed out, but no tread construction has occurred or is just beginning. There are yellow arrows marking the beginning and end. Don’t attempt to follow the old route.

Specifically, the detour is on Atlas Map 16f, and between mile 169.7 and 169.4 on the Guthook Guide App.

The detour will be gradually improved into the permanent Ice Age Trail route.


This information is also posted at: https://www.iceagetrail.org/trail-condition/harwood-lakes-segment-trail-detour/