This a spectacular hike just north of Lutsen. The Agnes Lake trailhead is five miles up the Caribou trail at the Caribou Lake public water access. Expect a steep climb for about .2 miles, and after that the trail levels off. A short detour leads to a breathtaking view of Caribou Lake. The forest is mixed hardwood, with sections of maples and old-growth cedars. Once at the lake keep your eye out for beavers, and other wildlife. A good turn around point is the second campsite on the west end of the lake.
Sign up ahead of time. Meet in the Guest Services building at Bluefin Bay Resort.
Length: 3 miles
Stay Safe 2020 Protocols: For resort guided hikes, we’re recommending that all participants drive separately to the trailhead to ensure proper distancing. If requested, there will be space for one family/friend group of up to four in our resort shuttle on a first come, first served basis. No reservations are taken in advance for the resort shuttle, and all participants are required to wear a mask when they ride in a vehicle.
Masks are also required at the trailhead and in areas where physical distancing is not possible. If you don’t have a mask, our guide will offer one at the start of the outing.
If you or anyone in your party has experienced any Covid-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, we ask you to stay back and not join the hike. Thank you in advance for helping to protect fellow guests, our staff and community at large.