by Bill Schneider Edited by Ann Seifert (Falcon Guides)
© Bill Schneider Edited by Ann Seifert/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.
This is basically the same hike as the Clyde Lake hike as they are right next to each other. Nice overnight backpack trip. Lots of beautifuls scenery. The trail past Wall Lake is a much more gradual climb with a better trail of moderate intensity than the trail past Watson and Cliff Lakes. With the latter, you need to pay attention to the map and what side of the lake the trail runs on because the trail is faint at times and there are other faint trails that can lead you astray. There are a number of dead falls and the the trail is quite rough and rocky. I would consider it a strenuous trail similar to a lot of the trails in the Wind River Range of Wyoming. The fishing in the lakes is quite good but the fish are quite small and make sure to use a small hook as they strike a small fly a lot more often than a larger one.
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