Tuck and Robin Lakes

Mount Daniel, Washington

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Set in a granite wonderland high in the Wenatchee Mountains, a handful of lakes rival the Enchantments when it comes to stunning scenery and pure alpine rapture. But unlike the Enchantments, there are no complicated permits or quotas for visiting Tuck and Robin Lakes. Consequently, they can be mobbed—so this is not a place to seek solitude. The trail is diffi cult too—never offi cially built, it clambers up and around ledges and shelves and rocky gullies and is not for the inexperienced. But views of the blinding glaciers of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness’ highest peak, Mount Daniel, rising behind shimmering cobalt waters, themselves surrounded by polished granite—that’ll forever be etched in your mind.

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"Set in a granite wonderland high in the Wenatchee Mountains, a handful of lakes rival the Enchantments when it comes to stunning scenery and pure alpine rapture. But unlike the Enchantments, there are no complicated permits or quotas for visiting Tuck and Robin Lakes. Consequently, they can be mobbed—so this is not a place to seek solitude. The trail is diffi cult too—never offi cially built, it clambers up and around ledges and shelves and rocky gullies and is not for the inexperienced. But views of the blinding glaciers of the Alpine Lakes Wilderness’ highest peak, Mount Daniel, rising behind shimmering cobalt waters, themselves surrounded by polished granite—that’ll forever be etched in your mind."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Mount Daniel
Distance: 14.4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: late Jul–Oct
Local Maps: Green Trails Stevens Pass No. 176
Driving Directions: Directions to Tuck and Robin Lakes

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May 2018