Stoddard Lake, Doe Lake, and Eagle Creek

Weaverville, California

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Two lakes, each very different, and a lonely creek canyon with beautiful meadows and climax forest await the adventurous hiker on this trip. Stoddard Lake, although relatively popular, offers plenty of campsites along a forested shoreline, good fishing, and the opportunity to explore off-trail routes to McDonald and Upper Stoddard lakes. Doe Lake, a smaller body of water, promises fewer visitors, dramatic scenery amid rugged surroundings, lush wildflower displays, and good fishing as well.

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"Two lakes, each very different, and a lonely creek canyon with beautiful meadows and climax forest await the adventurous hiker on this trip. Stoddard Lake, although relatively popular, offers plenty of campsites along a forested shoreline, good fishing, and the opportunity to explore off-trail routes to McDonald and Upper Stoddard lakes. Doe Lake, a smaller body of water, promises fewer visitors, dramatic scenery amid rugged surroundings, lush wildflower displays, and good fishing as well."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Weaverville
Distance: 19.1
Elevation Gain: 13,250 feet
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: July through October
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Shasta-Trinity National Forest
Local Maps: USGS Tangle Blue Lake and Billys Peak

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Jun 2018