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Mountain Lakes Loop Trail #3727

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This trail allows you to visit several of the lakes in this wilderness.


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8.5

Miles

13.7

KM

Loop

7,569' 2,307 m

High

6,544' 1,995 m

Low

1,698' 518 m

Up

1,701' 518 m

Down

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

34%

Max Grade (19°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Commonly Backpacked · Lake · River/Creek · Swimming · Views

The usual wilderness area regulations and restrictions apply in the Mountain Lakes Wilderness. No permits are required, but please register at the trailhead. The Mountain Lakes Loop is usually closed by snow—unless you ski or snowshoe—from December to May.

Description

The Mountain Lakes Loop Trail #3727 makes an 8-mile loop through the lake-strewn center of the Mountain Lakes Wilderness. Starting from the Varney Creek Trail #3718, the trail traverses rolling terrain to reach Lake Como, Lake Harriette, Echo Lake, Eb Lake, Zeb Lake, and numerous other unnamed lakes. Along the way, enjoy pleasant coniferous forests and clear, high-mountain air as you pass junctions with the Mountain Lakes Trail #3721 and Clover Creek Trail #3722.

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Shared By:

Bruce Hope

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Lake Harriette from the rim.
Oct 16, 2017 near Klamath…, OR
Eb Lake
Nov 3, 2017 near Klamath…, OR
Zeb Lake
Nov 3, 2017 near Klamath…, OR
Lake Harriette
Nov 23, 2017 near Klamath…, OR
On the ridge between Lakes Harriette and Como
Nov 23, 2017 near Klamath…, OR
Mount McLoughlin from the end of the Mountain Lakes Trail #3721
Nov 3, 2017 near Klamath…, OR

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Jul 31, 2020
Dman Smith
Aug 26, 2017
Bruce Hope
Went out and back to Aspen Butte. Trail in good condition. View from the summit great despite all the wildfire smoke.