Chopaka Lake Road

Loomis, Washington

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Fly fishers can cast for rainbow trout in Chopaka Lake, an irrigation reservoir named for an Indian word meaning “high mountain.” The descent from the lake to Sinlahekin Valley provides fine views of this geologically tumultuous region. You may even see bighorn sheep on the slopes you’ll cross on the way down. Easy, on a maintained gravel road.
Washington Byways

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Washington Byways

by Tony Huegel (Wilderness Press)

Fly fishers can cast for rainbow trout in Chopaka Lake, an irrigation reservoir named for an Indian word meaning “high mountain.” The descent from the lake to Sinlahekin Valley provides fine views of this geologically tumultuous region. You may even see bighorn sheep on the slopes you’ll cross on the way down. Easy, on a maintained gravel road.

©  Tony Huegel/Wilderness Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Fishing, Off-Highway Drives
Nearby City: Loomis
Distance: 24.8
Trail Type: Shuttle
Access: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Local Contacts: BLM Wenatchee Field Office
Local Maps: Washington Road & Recreation Atlas; Okanogan National Forest
Driving Directions: Directions to Chopaka Lake Road

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Apr 2018