At the trailhead you need to walk along the road another couple hundred feet to access the trail on the right. The trail immediately crosses a wide bridge and slowly ascends above a small unnamed pond. The trail slowly climbs and never too steeply to the shoulder of Camelhump, which is off through the trees to your left. Soon comes Stewart Lake. The trail remains fairly flat past Stewart Lake before it starts to climb again to access Indian Lake at the end of the trail.
Elevation Gain/Loss to Destination:
Distance Round Trip:
Approximate Time Round Trip:
Families with Kids: 4 to 5 hours
Experienced Skiers: 2 to 3 hours
Beginner Skiers: 4 to 5 hours
From the intersection of Route 8 and Route 10 in Piseco, follow Route 10 South toward Pine Lake. Just under 2-miles past Pine Lake, take a left onto Green lake Road. Then drive Green Lake Road to the trailhead, which will be on the left. The short dirt road to the trailhead may or may not be plowed adequately for many cars, park in a safe location.
Difficulty: 1=easiest, 5=hardest
Two: Mainly due to distance
Additional Important Information:
Skiing over a frozen body of water is a cross-country skiing past time; it can access you to areas not seen by most in the summer. With that being said it is a dangerous activity to cross frozen water bodies and should be done with care and respect for your environment. Know the ice conditions and be prepared for anything including heavy winds, snow drifts, whiteouts, slushy conditions, and thin ice.