Fryingpan Lake

White Pass, Washington

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The William O. Douglas Wilderness consists of countless small lakes among pumice fl ats and ancient cinder-cone volcanoes. A gentle landscape of bear grass meadows, small peaks, and plenty of sunshine, its hundreds of bodies of water also incubate millions of mosquitoes. Autumn is ideal, but be aware that the region’s abundant elk attract plenty of hunters. Wear orange or come in summer when, despite prolifi c insects, a multitude of fl owers streaks the countryside in a wide array of dazzling colors. This loop to Fryingpan Lake will allow you to cook up plenty of additional wanderings to other delectable lakes within this wilderness.
 Backpacking Washington: Overnight and Multi-Day Routes

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Backpacking Washington: Overnight and Multi-Day Routes

by Craig Romano (The Mountaineers Books)

The William O. Douglas Wilderness consists of countless small lakes among pumice fl ats and ancient cinder-cone volcanoes. A gentle landscape of bear grass meadows, small peaks, and plenty of sunshine, its hundreds of bodies of water also incubate millions of mosquitoes. Autumn is ideal, but be aware that the region’s abundant elk attract plenty of hunters. Wear orange or come in summer when, despite prolifi c insects, a multitude of fl owers streaks the countryside in a wide array of dazzling colors. This loop to Fryingpan Lake will allow you to cook up plenty of additional wanderings to other delectable lakes within this wilderness.

©  Craig Romano/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: White Pass
Distance: 14.6
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Jul–Oct
Local Maps: Green Trails White Pass No. 303
Driving Directions: Directions to Fryingpan Lake

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