This multi-use trail connects Inlet and Raquette Lake. The terrain is very wide, and under most normal conditions, dry.
From the intersection of Route 28 and Limekiln Road in Inlet follow Limekiln Road to the Moose River Plains Road. Follow the Moose River Plains Road for around 2.75 miles to the trailhead on the left.
By the numbers
Up to 8 miles, one way. Make it a there-and-back trek by turning around at a point where it is easy to get back to the trailhead.
Make note that this trail does not go to the summit of Seventh Lake Mountain. Starting from the Moose River Plains Road you can hike this trail to the 7th Lake State Campground if one was so inclined. The trail is simply a corridor trail connecting two communities, and it does continue on to Raquette Lake. As a hiking trail, it can be used as an afternoon stroll or a dog walking trail.
The trail is multi-use, and gravel bikers can utilize it for a calm half-day of riding.
There are a couple wetlands along the way offering interesting views out over the marshes.
This trail is also a snowmobile trail. It is wide and scenic.