The Bakewell Lake trail is 0.9 miles long and is a relatively easy hike. It begins at the mouth of Bakewell Creek and leads to the northern end of Bakewell Lake. The first 0.5 mile of the trail follows the route of an abandoned road that was used in the 1950's during construction of the fish ladder, located half way up the trail. The trail begins as a natural tread through the forest with boardwalk sections through muskeg. The last .25 mile is rustic boardwalk that was reconstructed in 1995. There is no mooring buoy in Bakewell Arm and the anchorage at the trailhead is marginal.

At a Glance

Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Ketchikan
Water: No
Restroom: No
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions: Access is by boat or floatplane to Bakewell Arm, approximately 50 miles from Ketchikan. The trailhead is to the east of Bakewell Creek.

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Location

 
  Area/Length : 
  0.9 miles
  Latitude : 
55.29762
  Longitude : 
-130.645
  Elevation : 
0 feet - 200 feet