Location: Bayfield and Sawyer counties. The route
begins at the intersection of WIS 77 and Federal Forest Road (FFR)
203 in the town of Spider Lake and continues on a six-mile loop off
FFR 203 comprised of FFR 622 and Tews Road/FFR 206. The route
continues into the town of Namakagon on Lost Land Lake Road and
terminates at County M.
Length: 16.4 miles
The Lost Land Lake Route (R-95) passes through the Chequamegon
National Forest. Along with scenic forest views, visitors are apt to
see a variety of wildlife including deer, bear and possibly even
wolves and elk. There are numerous bike, ATV and snowmobile trails
that cross the route, including the Lynch Creek Trail that leads to
a wildlife-viewing platform.