Chevelon Lake. If you like rivers, the Black River's Mainstem can be walked along for about 20 miles, without having to mess with reservation permits. Mostly you won't see anyone but you have to hike in water shoes, since you will be crossing the river (knee to thigh deep in summer, usually) about every 10 to 20 minutes.) The trail will lead to the river, look up and down the opposite bank for a giant cairn, and walk to that, the trail will start up again. It's a horse pack trail. And even if you hate hiking with two poles, you will need them for the crossings, so bring them. You can also hike along the Blue River, at the end of the Blue River Road, for many miles.
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