Coming from Chinook campground, it's a nice hike, but got a little confusing for us. Once the trail split at the lake, right took us weaving around above and around the lake, not to it. We cut down the hill and around the marsh, fording across a stream from the lake to get to the bomber. After leaving the bomber, we went the other way around the lake, to discover the campground right off the lake with the trail that lead us right back to the fork that originally got us confused. It would've saved us a few miles to have turned left and followed the trail directly to the campground. Either way, be prepared to wade through marsh and fallen, burned logs. As far as we could tell there's no trail that leads directly to the bomber.
A nice hike, know that due to the fire in the early 2000's, there isn't much shade during many parts of the hike, so plan your trip accordingly!