Cuberant Lakes

Kamas, Utah

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Most of the Cuberant Lakes are nestled in the pines, except for Cuberant #4, which sits against a talus slope in a “picture-book” setting. Lake #4 is by far the largest and deepest of the Cuberant Lakes. This is a relatively short and easy hike for these mountains. Cuberant Lake #2 is the best place to camp among the five Cuberant Lakes. However, you may want to camp at Cuberant #3. It is the only lake around with possible spring water. These lakes are all a little different from one another, and whether you are on a day hike or an overnighter, it is rewarding to experience each one and enjoy what each has to offer. Park at the Pass Lake trailhead, just across the road from Pass Lake. Or park at Pass Lake and catch the trail behind the guardrail where the road makes a 90-degree turn.
Hiking Utah's High Uintas

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Hiking Utah's High Uintas

by Jeffrey Probst & Brad Probst, Revised by Brett Prettyman (Falcon Guides)

Most of the Cuberant Lakes are nestled in the pines, except for Cuberant #4, which sits against a talus slope in a “picture-book” setting. Lake #4 is by far the largest and deepest of the Cuberant Lakes. This is a relatively short and easy hike for these mountains.

Cuberant Lake #2 is the best place to camp among the five Cuberant Lakes. However, you may want to camp at Cuberant #3. It is the only lake around with possible spring water. These lakes are all a little different from one another, and whether you are on a day hike or an overnighter, it is rewarding to experience each one and enjoy what each has to offer. Park at the Pass Lake trailhead, just across the road from Pass Lake. Or park at Pass Lake and catch the trail behind the guardrail where the road makes a 90-degree turn.

© 2016 Jeffrey Probst & Brad Probst, Revised by Brett Prettyman/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Kamas
Distance: 5
Elevation Gain: 400 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 4 hours
Trailhead Elevation: 10,100 feet
Top Elevation: 10,500 feet
Local Contacts: Wasatch National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Mirror Lake
Driving Directions: Directions to Cuberant Lakes

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