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Granite Knoll Trail


This trail meanders along the shoreline of Dogtooth Lake and then swings back through open jack pine forest and over gnarly granite hummocks.

Rushing River cascades over rock gouged by glaciers in a series of rapids but elsewhere is passable by canoe.

A forest fire in 1910 cracked open pine cones and scattered heat-resistant seeds, resulting in trees all the same height around Dogtooth Lake.

Canoe routes are easily accessible from the park.


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