This hiking and biking trail is moderately challenging and hugs the shoreline before plunging into the park's hinterland. Forming part of Beckman's Trail, this trail to the old mine also bisects the Snakeroot Trail. Bring your camera as there are plenty of photograph-worthy relics on the way.
This easy trail is marked with bright red dashes and unfolds for three miles in total. Despite supplying some of the most impressive vistas of any trail in the park system, footfall on the trail is relatively sparse, so it can feel as though it were just you and the splendor of nature. Look out for the abandoned mine on the route.
The serenity of this trail takes you away from the more popular Brant Mine Trail and into greater seclusion. It is here that you are more likely to spot wildlife native to the park. Keep your eyes peeled for deer darting through the trees.