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Greenstone Section 3: Hike from Mount Ojibway to Chickenbone Lake

View from a ridge top. Lake Superior and the Canadian Shoreline can be seen in the distance.
The Canadian shoreline can be seen from this interior stretch of the Greenstone Ridge Trail.

NPS / DERRICK JAEGER

About this Trail 

  • Mileage: About 5.7 miles
  • Rocks and roots on trail
  • Changing trail conditions require a map, compass, and navigation skills

Trailheads

Journey deeper into the island's interior while hiking from Mount Ojibway to Chickenbone Lake. Camp at Daisy Farm, East Chickenbone, or West Chickenbone Campgrounds. West and East Chickenbone Campgrounds are 1.6 miles apart. East Chickenbone Campground is about 0.5 miles from the water source—Chickenbone Lake. Water sources are scarce along this trail section. Purify water at Daisy Farm Campground or Chickenbone Lake and make sure to bring enough for the day's hike.

Found Nearby

  • Ojibway Tower
  • East Chickenbone Campground
  • West Chickenbone Campground
  • Daisy Farm Campground
Details
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.
Accessibility Information
The trail is 18 inches wide and covered in rocks and roots.

Isle Royale National Park

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Daisy Farm Campground

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East Chickenbone Campground

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West Chickenbone Campground

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Amenities

Fire/Stove Policy

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Closures & Seasonal Exceptions


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Phone number (Voice)

Mailing Address

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Directions

Additional Information

Cell Phone Additional Information

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Regulations

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Last updated: February 23, 2022