Lily Lake Trail 988 Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Take a short walk to a pretty little lake just south of Bumping Lake, where trout can be caught. From the trailhead the tread climbs very gently to the north through the hemlock, red cedar, white pine, fir, and tamarack forest. After less than 100 yards, the trail flattens and soon begins its gentle descent toward Lily Lake, which is reached 0. 2 mile from the trailhead.
Lily Lake, at 3,850 feet elevation, has a use path encircling it and an island, which is often used as a campsite. It may be possible to reach the island via floating logs from the lake’s north shore. There are trout—some of them good-size—to be caught in the lake."