Although Boulder Pine Peak is officially trailless, there is an unmarked, yet maintained, path that leads to the summit. The easiest route to the summit begins at the parking area at Bearfort Waters. Following the Old Coal Trail, hikers will pass by hemlock groves, fern patches and former homesteads. The turn-off for the summit spur trail is marked by a sign indicating "Split Rock".
The summit of Boulder Pine has glacial erratics, odd cairns, and the eponymous boulder pine.
Still a foot of snow up in West Milly! This was a great hike along the Old Coal Trail in Waywayanda from P7 parking on Clinton Rd near Bearfort Waters and Project Use. I would estimate it was about 3 miles there and back. I was accompanied by my trusty sidekick Nugget the Beagle. He had a blast plowing through some of the deeper snow drifts.