Wednesday, August 17, 2011
This small remote lake can be accessed a few ways. One of the more popular is hiking the Kinzel Lake Trail, built in 1925, which spans the distance between the lush river bottom environment along the Salmon River and the dry ridgetop on Hunchback Mountain. However, you can also access the lake by driving the unmaintained Sherar Burn Road (mentioned earlier last week on my Veda Lake post) for 9 miles to access the area. It is very secluded, and surrounded by gorgeous wildflower meadows.
Posted by Sarah (HoodPhoto)
Location Taken: Kinzel Lake, Mt Hood National Forest, Oregon 97049, USA
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