The trails at the Lake Ann Pathway are divided into two distinctly different loops. The longer series of loops on the west side of Reynolds Road are the more strenuous. Covering a total of 3.5 miles, with several shortcut options to choose from, you'll pass both Shavenaugh and Mary's Lake and a short section of the Platte River on your way up and down this roller coaster ride of a trail. The outer section of the trail between markers #7 and #9 is the most advanced with several large hills between #7 and #8. The eastern portion of the trail is 1.8 miles long and meanders gently along the Platte and the Lake Ann Shoreline -- it makes a great cool down loop after you've conquered the other side. Keep your eyes peeled -- if you're lucky you'll see some pink lady's slippers; they're rumored to be abundant in and around this trail. Take US 31 west from Interlochen and turn right on Lake Ann Rd then turn left on Bronson Lake rd and turn right on Reynolds Road.