Indian Pond – Storm Point Trailhead
From the trailhead, this 2.2-mile loop trail passes through an open meadow before arriving at Indian Pond. You then travel along the western shore until at the .25-mile mark you reach the junction of the loop part of the trail. If you are looking for the shortest distance to Storm Point, take the path that leads left. The path to the right heads into a forested area. Either way, you will arrive at Storm Point, the western boundary of Mary Bay. Storm Point is aptly named for the seemingly consistent winds that blow inward from the lake. Nearby, a good-sized colony of yellow-bellied marmots live in the rocky area and make for an enjoyable watch as they move around, let out their chirps, and otherwise entertain. A restroom is located at the trailhead.