Devils Lake is unofficial called the Snake capital of Wisconsin. If you go there in the warmer mouths of the year your guarantee to see a snake. I'll been to Devils Lake about ten times I've Seen at lese one snake every time. They say theirs so many snakes because of all the rocks in the park. There is one venomous snake in the park the Timber rattlesnake. I have not seen one in Devils Lake yet and hope not to see one. I planning on going to Devils lake within next two mouths
that's great to hear! I really enjoyed the little section of wilderness.
Great view! Is there a trail out to this spot?
As long as no one is making money off of them, you are welcome to use them as you please.
One of my absolute favorite places to do a quick easy overnighter.
hey Andrew! You've got some great shots of the Teklanika river near the stampede trail. I was wondering if you might want to submit some of these images for use on my Hiking the Stampede Trail site at http://www.pathfinderalaska.com/stampedetrail . I would of course, credit you for your work and link back to your panoramio account (or other site of your choosing) if you're interested. Either email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the site. Thanks.
hey you're here!
i made some long distance calls from the phone and it was free!
the river is lower and crossable in spring, this picture was after 3 days of rain in july.