Where to go: The six mile, roundtrip, hike to Carlton Peak will reward you with broad vistas of the surrounding forest, including the fiery maples which are just getting serious about turning color.
What you'll see:
The maples, and other leaves, are definitely making their way to color, with the peak being, perhaps, a week away.
The wet summer has kept our North Shore streams flowing well throughout the season, so the waters of the Temperance River are still higher than is usual. the higher water is making it harder to observe the pink salmon that should be spawning, right now.
Also of interest: Pink Salmon, also called Humpies, should be spawning any time now. Look for schools of spawning fish in shallow pools, especially early in the morning and later in the evening. They spawn and die after only two years and do not reach sizes much over a pound.Last updated: September 17, 2014
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Send mail c/o Tettegouche State Park
The entrance to the park is one mile north of the town of Schroeder on State Highway 61.
Best time to contact the park:
Summer: Daily, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Winter: Call Tettegouche State Park at (218) 226-6365.