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Search Forums. Go to I am beginning to plan a trip with a couple friends to backpack the Cranberry Lake 50 trail in later September. All these options are flexible. I would like to hike all the way to High Falls the first day from Peavine Swamp but just in case we get a little worn out before hitting High Falls I had a question about the campsites along the trail. According to the map on the CL50 website, there seems to be a bunch of sites along the river. I was wondering how many of these are accessible from the trail?

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I've heard that some of them are more for canoe access and may be on the other side of the river. Also, are there any other maps that would better show the campsites? I have done a decent amount of research on the trail including having read pretty much every post relating to the trail on this forum. Thanks for your help! Last edited by cuterocky; at PM. Find More Posts by cuterocky. Just did this trip three weeks ago and had a great time We traveled clockwise starting at the Burntbridge Pond TH on Route 3. The sites noted on the map are all down along the river. Peavine Swamp to High Falls is do able in a day.

Olmstead Pond is a nice spot for your second night we had lunch there our second day out. You could even fit in a side trip up Cat Mt that day without to much difficulty. We stayed at Dog Pond and it was our least favorite spot along the trail.

The trail is clear with no major blow downs, and it is mostly dry. Three nights makes for a very enjoyable pace. We had perfect weather for this trip. Our loop was 53 miles including a hike up Cat Mt. The hardest section was the road walk to the State Park where we had left our cars.

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Here are a couple of pictures from the trip. I did the same exact trip a couple years ago. They are very popular sites for canoe campers, but you may get lucky and find one open. This site is fairly popular. Marker B: 1 site where the truck trail comes close to the river.

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It's a nice site, right on the river, and it obviously gets a fair amount of use. Marker C: sites where the side trail to Five Ponds crosses the river. These sites are also fairly popular. They aren't as accessible, as you'll have to hike about a half-mile out of your way from the truck trail down the trail to Five Ponds.

Marker D: 1 site where the truck trail again comes close to the river. It's uphill, away from the river, but it still has nice views out across the marshes. It doesn't get much use. Hope that helps. Last edited by DSettahr; at PM. Thanks so much for the comments and suggestions! DSettahr, your map is very helpful. I'm pretty sure we'll end up making it to High Falls but I just wanted to know if there were other options, besides picking a random spot off the trail, just in case. We will definitely be taking the short detour up Cat Mountain and most likely a detour to the sliding rock as well was there in the spring, so much fun but so so so cold.

We will have 2 cars since I will be driving up from Rochester and my friends will be coming from Jersey. Is it considered "cheating" if we skip the road walk by leaving a car at each trailhead? All of your pictures are gorgeous and are making me more and more excited for this trip! Yep, Cat Mountain is definitely worth the side trip.

I also think that Big Shallow, Big Deer, Grass, and Burntbridge Ponds are worth the side trip too, but they are all pretty far out of the way. The lean-to at Burntbridge gets very, very little use. Grass Pond is one of my absolute favorite spots to camp in the Adirondacks. There are some beautiful campsites there. Bear Mountain is also worth the trip- although you need to continue south past the summit to the ledges facing the lake to get any views. Skipping the road walk is ok with me Then you can stash your packs at either Pevine or Brandy Brook trailhead and hike the road sans pack.

When a dog runs at you,whistle for him. Henry David Thoreau CL Well I say Skipping while doing the road walk is the way to go Originally Posted by chairrock. We're about a week out from our trip and I can't wait to go! Anyone have any updates on trail conditions? I was also wondering if there is any possibility of cell phone service out on the trail.

Maybe on top of Cat Mountain or in town at Wanakena? The only reason I ask is that my grandmother hasn't been doing well and if something were to happen I would like to be able to find out. Even if there are 1 or 2 spots I would be able to check my voic or give my dad a quick call. My wife and I did the High Falls loop and some other trails in the area a few weeks ago.

I didn't bring my phone in to the woods with me, but it stopped working around Star Lake and didn't start working again until we got to Tupper Lake later that week.

The trail from the Peavine Swamp trailhead to the Ranger school was pretty dry with only a few places with some blowndown. Nothing major though. The trail between Wanakena and High Rock was a little soggy, but not terrible and a very easy walk. There's a nice spring at about 1. High Rock to High Falls was very wet, with a few beaver dams to cross.

There's also a kind of cool ft long single log bridge you need to cross. It was kind of narrow and pretty bouncy so be careful.

Dogs may have trouble with it. High Falls to Glasby Pond had a few soggy spots, but I don't recall anything terrible.

There's a campsite on Glasby Pond that you can't miss. The trail up Cat Mountain is also pretty short and easy from there. It's mostly gentle uphill until the last ft or so where there is a little bit of a scramble.

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