Cobre Lake Hiking and Camping

Abandone Mine Cave exploration

Boreal forests, natural beaches, abandoned mine exploration and more wild Blueberries then I could possibly hope to eat describe my incredible experience while hiking and camping the Cobre Lake trail in beautiful summer weather.  Follow along with me and my hiking buddy as we start backpacking through the forests of northern Ontario. We start out as the sun is setting and it’s raining. Later we try not to fall into the water as we cross log bridges and try to avoid bear hunters at the start of hunting season while wondering miles off the trail…

Location: Elliot Lake, ON
GPS Trail Head Coordinates: 46.6355, -82.805
Duration: 3 Day Camping trip. Can be a day hike if desired
Season (video): Summer
Weather Conditions (video): Rainy and Sunny
Trail (video): Cobre Lake Trail
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 12 km
Elevation Gain: 200m
Views: Abandoned Mine cave, Cobre Lake, Lake Vasseau, Tenfish Lake and Blue Sky Lake

Provincial Park: Near Mississagi
Access: From Elliot Lake head North on Hwy 108 approx 12 km, continue north on route 639 for 20 km (you will pass Mississagi Provincial Park).  While traveling down a large hill, 1/2 way down there will be a small sign on the right side of the road indicating the Cobre trail.  Follow the dirt road and take a left at the fork.  Trailhead is near boat launch and marked with a trail sign

Recommended Supplies: Enough water for a full day hike (Lake water also an option if you bring filter or Water Purification Tablets), full meal(s), Energy Bar, map, Compass, First Aid Kit
Common Wildlife Encountered: Bears, Deer, Moose, Raccoons, Loons
Safety Direction (if lost): West



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