This trail is a nice, tight single track on fairly level terrain that goes past a couple of lean-tos. The trail runs right along Seventh Lake so there are multiple places to swim.
Take Route 28 north from Inlet and turn left on Seventh Lake Road. 1.5 miles north of downtown Inlet. Continue 0.5 mile, cross the bridge, and continue to the right, then take another quick right after the hairpin turn. Go 1 mile down the gravel road. There is very limited parking here, and the road services many summer cottages.
It's 4.4 miles one way.
Leisurely hikers can expect it to take 7 hours to complete this intermediate hike.
Winter access is not recommended, as there is no parking along the road due to snowplowing.