Taylor, Hogan, and Big Blue Lakes

Etna, California

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Just about every recreational enthusiast will find something to enjoy on this excursion into the northern Russian Wilderness. The trip to Taylor Lake is wheelchair accessible, and short and easy enough for families with small children to handle with little complaint. The lake offers a chance to fish for eastern brook trout, swim in the refreshing waters, or set up an easy overnight camp. The short and easy trail even allows boaters to haul in a canoe, kayak, or rubber raft with a little effort. A straightforward cross-country route east of the lake offers the more adventurous access to the Pacific Crest Trail along the crest of the range.

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"Just about every recreational enthusiast will find something to enjoy on this excursion into the northern Russian Wilderness. The trip to Taylor Lake is wheelchair accessible, and short and easy enough for families with small children to handle with little complaint. The lake offers a chance to fish for eastern brook trout, swim in the refreshing waters, or set up an easy overnight camp. The short and easy trail even allows boaters to haul in a canoe, kayak, or rubber raft with a little effort. A straightforward cross-country route east of the lake offers the more adventurous access to the Pacific Crest Trail along the crest of the range."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Etna
Distance: 8.6
Elevation Gain: 3,000 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: July through October
Local Contacts: Klamath National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Eaton Peak

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Jun 2018