Nice set of photos and trip report. What was the elevation? How were the bugs this time of year (considering the wet year we have had?)?
The lake is listed at 4400-foot elevation (think you gain 3000 ft in the last 9 miles of trail) There is some snow on the peeks you can see but so much sun gets through up there that it was dusty in places, no snow on the ground.
Originally Posted by EricFromPortland
We saw some bugs but nothing bad, no bites or anything.
At the lake there was to much wind, so never saw any there.
In my opinion the best camp-sight is about 6 miles down the trail though.
You could easily hang 10 hammocks or more in it. And fun little trout holes.
Looks like a sweet place! Thanks for the pics as well. Maybe a good spot for the next group hang?
Nah the best site for a hang is 6 miles down the trail..
Originally Posted by ChrisH
Although its a simple trail, I think a lot pf people cant make a trip like that.
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