Cramer Lake–Dumbbell Lake Trails 1106 and 56

Silver Beach, Washington

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Hike through pristine old-growth forest to Cramer Lake. From there explore the lake-studded plateau that makes up much of the southern part of the William O. Douglas Wilderness. You will cross a small wooden bridge over a sluggish stream as you stroll through the old-growth forest. As you leave the trailhead, the Cramer Lake Trail climbs gently to the northwest. The route here is through a mixed conifer forest of Douglas fir, Engelmann spruce, western red cedar, tamarack, hemlock, and western white pine. In 0.1 mile you have climbed to 4,330 feet elevation and reached the junction with the Dark Meadow Trail 1107.
Hiking Washington's William O. Douglas Wilderness

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Hiking Washington's William O. Douglas Wilderness

by Fred Barstad (Falcon Guides)

Hike through pristine old-growth forest to Cramer Lake. From there explore the lake-studded plateau that makes up much of the southern part of the William O. Douglas Wilderness. You will cross a small wooden bridge over a sluggish stream as you stroll through the old-growth forest.

As you leave the trailhead, the Cramer Lake Trail climbs gently to the northwest. The route here is through a mixed conifer forest of Douglas fir, Engelmann spruce, western red cedar, tamarack, hemlock, and western white pine. In 0.1 mile you have climbed to 4,330 feet elevation and reached the junction with the Dark Meadow Trail 1107.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Silver Beach
Distance: 10.6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Season: Best months: July–September.
Local Maps: USDA Forest Service William O. Douglas and Norse Peak Wilderness or Spiral Butte and White Pass USGS quads.
Driving Directions: Directions to Cramer Lake–Dumbbell Lake Trails 1106 and 56

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