Lake Ann Pathway is a popular hiking trail that’s very close to the Village of Lake Ann. It’s divided into two main loops. The main parking area is adjacent to a 1.8 mile loop that goes around the state forest campground and along the shores of the Platte River and Ann Lake. The larger 3.6 mile loop is located on the west side of Reynolds Rd and is much more strenuous and hilly. The larger loop isn’t recommended for beginner x-country skiers! It includes a few smaller loops that take you by Mary’s Lake, Shavenaugh Lake, and the Platte River. This loop is more often used by mountain bikers and advanced cross country skiers. Click here for more information.