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Last Update : 2008/6/20
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Isle Royale National Park - Scoville Trail
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Isle Royale National Park Scoville Trail
Lakeshore
Scoville trail is probably the most popular trail. It starts from Rock Ville and leads to the Scoville Point to the east of the island. It was four miles round trip. Beautiful rocky shoreline and lots of plants can be seen along the trail.
Isle Royale National Park Scoville Trail
Water
One major difference between teh lake and ocean is that the lake is much cleaner. The water was so cleared that it seemed to be transparent.

Isle Royale National Park Scoville Trail
Lake side
Rocky shoreline and small islands decorate the trail and make it scenic.

Isle Royale National Park Scoville Trail
Lake side
Other visitors showed us the blueberries along the trail. We began to pick up some. they were small but tasted better than supermarket products.

Isle Royale National Park Scoville Trail
Scoville Point
At the end of the trail. The view to the south eastern was limitless water. It seemed to be one of the best spot for sunrise. However, I guess that is is not funny to hike in the dark for two hours to get here before sunrise.

Isle Royale National Park Tobin Harbor
Tobin Harbor
The returning trail is on the other side of the peninsula. It is beside the inner bay so the water is very calm. The lake looked like a mirror reflecting the trees and the sky.

Isle Royale National Park Tobin Harbor
Tobin Harbor
We finally got back to Rock Harbor around 6:00 PM. After resting a bit in our room, we hurried to the restaurant so we would not miss the dinner.



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