This trail is ideal for anyone who wants an enjoyable half-day hike. Some of the more uncommon boreal bird species, such as the ruffed and spruce grouse, crossbills, great horned owls, and boreal owls frequent this area. The call of the loon often greets visitors to the shores of Dunphy's Pond, the largest lake in the park, and a popular spot for canoeing.
Wilderness campsites located near the pond offer visitors a chance to experience the backcountry of the park. All campers must obtain a permit before camping in this area.
Trail Distance: 10 km (6.2 mi) return, 3.5 hours return
TCH, 8 km (5 mi) from east entrance