Alpine Lakes Trail Topo Map

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A day hike past two alpine lakes featuring close-up views of the high peaks in Great Basin National Park’s Snake Range. Although the Alpine Lakes Trail is relatively short with little elevation gain, it lies at 10,000 feet. Most people, especially those who live at sea level, will have less hiking ability at this altitude. The signed trail crosses Lehman Creek on a small footbridge, then forks after a short distance. Turn right onto the Alpine Lakes Trail, which climbs through Engelmann spruce–limber pine forest to the north of the creek. After crossing the creek again, the pleasant trail switchbacks to the right through meadows bordered with quaking aspen. There are fine views of Wheeler Peak. Stay left at the signed junction with the Summit Trail. A short distance farther, the signed Wheeler Peak Trail turns sharply right; continue straight ahead to the first lake.
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Baker, Nevada

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