Color Tour 6
The Stone Lake tour is 48 miles long and includes 14.8 miles of gravel roads. The woods along this tour are predominantly oak with some maple.
Begin the tour in Stone Lake at the intersection of Highway F and Highway 70. Drive southwest on Highway 70 and turn left (southeast) on Washburn County Highway BB just past the bridge. In 3.3 miles BB will turn however continue straight onto Ranch Road. In about 0.4 miles there is a gully that was a mile-long ditch dug by the Rice Lake Logging Company to divert water from Lake Sissabagama to the Slim Lake chain for driving logs down to Rice Lake.
The road passes between Sissabagama Lake and Little Sissabagama Lake. Turn left (southeast) on Sissabagama Road. The tour intersects the paved Highway F at a T intersection. Turn right (southwest) on F and continue southwest following Lake Chetac at a distance. Highway F intersects Highway 48 at a T intersection. Turn left (northeast) on Highways F and 48 then in 0.4 mile turn right (south) on F. The tour leaves the paved road near Bemis and Hunter Legion Post 379 and turns left on Stony Hill Road. Continue east and north on the gravel Stony Hill Road. The majority of the land along this section of road is managed as part of the Sawyer County Forest.