Fuller Lakes and Skyline Traverse

Cooper Landing, Alaska

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Fuller Lake, a tempting jewel, lies at tree line surrounded by scattered hemlock, spruce, willow scrub, and grassy meadows. Lower Fuller Lake, smaller and nestled just below tree line, is a good destination for families. Hikers can make Fuller Lake their goal or continue up the ridge to the west for a panoramic view. A point-to-point route for really energetic hikers connects these lakes and the Skyline Trail, farther west, via the ridge of the Mystery Hills.

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"Fuller Lake, a tempting jewel, lies at tree line surrounded by scattered hemlock, spruce, willow scrub, and grassy meadows. Lower Fuller Lake, smaller and nestled just below tree line, is a good destination for families.

Hikers can make Fuller Lake their goal or continue up the ridge to the west for a panoramic view. A point-to-point route for really energetic hikers connects these lakes and the Skyline Trail, farther west, via the ridge of the Mystery Hills."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Cooper Landing
Distance: 18
Elevation Gain: 7,000 feet
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 4 hours - 2 days
Season: June-Oct
Local Contacts: Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
Local Maps: USGS Kenai B1 NE, C1 SE
Driving Directions: Directions to Fuller Lakes and Skyline Traverse

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May 2018